Centennial Park is an 11-acre park located in historic downtown Fort Myers on the scenic banks of the Caloosahatchee River, hosting special events and attracting in excess of 250,000 citizens annually. Refurbishment of the park and restrooms, including replacement of the nearly 30-year-old equipment will expand the play area and comply with ADA requirements to provide activities for children with unique abilities. The project involves improvements to landscaping, pathways (ensuring ADA-compliant access to equipment), pavilions and outdoor programmable spaces.
Below is a rendering of anticipated equipment within the playground area.
Rendering of anticipated Centennial Park playground equipment, located in downtown Fort Myers at 2000 West First Street.
Forum Park New Project
Anticipated completion - early 2022
The City of Fort Myers is developing a public community park in Fort Myers in The Forum neighborhood, east of I-75 between SR-82 and Colonial Boulevard. Features and amenities include two multiuse fields, a dog park, playgrounds, outdoor fitness court, picnic areas, open spaces and pickleball courts.