Three Oaks Community Park

Three Oaks Community Park

18251 Three Oaks Pkwy
Fort Myers
, FL 33967

HOURS: Athletic Fields CLOSED due to inclement weather. Park grounds are open seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
CALL:  (239) 826-4426
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The Lee County Tennis Association (LCCTA) has established that the Barbara Manzo Tennis Center at Three Oaks Park is an "only" tennis play facility. There is comprehensive programming to encourage interactive tennis play while meeting new people and having fun. Please contact Pat Galunert for more information and court times 239-898-7770.

Those interested in pickleball play should look into using Brooks Park on South Road in Fort Myers (contact Paul Yacobelli 239-229-1610) or Waterway Park on Poetry Lane in North Fort Myers (contact Pat Putnam 239-229-1627). These are outdoor courts and painters tape only can be used to line the courts but MUST be removed when you are finished. We also suggest using the outdoor Pickleball courts at Wa-Ke Hatchee Park 16760 Bass Road South of Summerlin Rd. Fort Myers, FL 33908 ( contact Lisa Weaver 239-432-2154).

For those interested in Three Oaks field rentals; please contact Austin Morris at 239-826-4426

Park Amenities:
Three lighted Little League baseball fields
One lighted softball field
Two lighted soccer/multipurpose fields
Twelve lighted tennis courts
Two lighted outdoor basketball courts
Two lighted racquetball courts
Two lighted sand volleyball courts
Playgrounds
Restrooms
Picnic shelters-first come first served(no bounce houses allowed)
One mile paved walking trail
This facility is equipped with the WeatherBug Lightning Alert System. When the system detects lightning within 10 miles of the facility, the air horns sound an uninterrupted 15-second blast and the strobe light will activate. Park patrons who hear the horn and/or see the light need to seek shelter immediately. When the system no longer detects a threat, three 5-second blasts from the horn will sound and the strobe light will stop working. This is the signal that it is safe to return outdoors.

No system is fool-proof. Park visitors should always assess weather conditions before going outside and always be prepared to take the appropriate action needed to ensure one's safety.

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