Is the train running at Lakes Park?

Winter 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Spring 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Summer 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Train: Every weekend 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday & Sunday; Weekday’s Monday through Friday from October to the end of July 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. with the exception of some holiday events.

Does Lakes Park have Christmas lights?

This annual train event at Lakes Park is a beloved part of the holiday season, so make sure you come out and see the lights! Sorry, infants under 1 year and pregnant women may not ride the train….Friday, December 15, 2017 – Monday, January 1, 2018.

Event Types: Holiday
Age Groups: All Ages

Does Lakes Park have food?

Lakes Park encompasses nearly 300 acres of beautiful nature trails, lakes and gardens. Two playgrounds and water parks, a miniature train ride and railroad museum, bikes and watercraft available for rental, food concession, fitness trail and lots of picnicking areas.

How much does lights on the lake cost?

Galaxy Communications says it costs about $13,000 to keep the lights on each year for the show that runs from Nov.

What time does lights on the lake open?

The show is capped to ensure all vehicles WILL make it though the show between the hours of 5-10pm each night. Please keep in mind that on busy nights – wait times can be up to 2 hours. We recommend that you pack your patience and holiday cheer.

Does Lakes park have food?

Do you have to pay for parking at Lakes park?

The only fee is for parking. $1 an hour or $5.00 per day. You may pay this at the Pay Station Kiosk located in one of the 3 parking lots. Pay stations will take credit cards with the exception of American Express which is not accepted.

Can you have alcohol at Lakes Park?

Important Park Information No Alcohol, Pets, or Electric / Motorized Vehicles at any time. Food service offered at concession facility. Upcoming events and more information: visit , call 239-533-7575 or email [email protected].

What time do lights on the lake start?

How late is lights on the lake open?

6 – 10 PM
Dates. Holiday Lights on the Lake runs from November 18, 2022 to January 8, 2023 from 6 – 10 PM daily.

How much does it cost to get into lights on the lake?

please keep in mind this is based on capacity of vehicle not how many people physically in the vehicle) – $24. All tickets are available HERE. Motorcoach (vehicle capacity 26+… please keep in mind this is based on capacity of vehicle not how many people physically in the vehicle) ticket is $75.

Does Lakes Park have WIFI?

A: Yes, the public can access the Wi-Fi connection in the areas around and between parking lot 2 by the Water Park area and 3 parking lot near the Train Village area.

Is lights on the lake free?

How much is it to go to lights on the lake?

What is there to do at Lakes Park?

The Lakes Park Enrichment Foundation maintains several gardens on the site including a children’s garden, community garden, fragrance garden, and succulent garden. The Railroad Museum of Southwest Florida is located at this park and offers miniature train rides. Volunteer Opportunities are available at this park.

Will there be a botanic garden at Lakes Regional Park?

The Lakes Regional Park Botanic Garden is in the conceptual phase. Fred Johnson, former Planning Manager for Lee County Parks, and Greg Diserio, Partner at David Jones Jr. and Associates, collaborated on the project. A presentation meeting was held on March 19th at Lakes Park.

How far in advance should I book Lakes Regional Park?

Book ahead of time because they typically book 4-6 months in advance! Lakes Regional Park began as a man-made area where rock was quarried during the 1960’s. The water comes from groundwater influx, surface water run-off and rainfall. The depth varies from a few inches to over 20 feet.

How can I help restore and preserve Lakes Park?

Overall, the future restoration and enhancements will create an even more attractive wildlife environment for the community to enjoy. If you are interested in being a member of this group to help restore and preserve this beautiful park please call (239) 533-7575 (ext. 5) or visit Lakes Park Enrichment Foundation.