Cape Coral Bike Night This Saturday

Cape Coral Bike Night This Saturday

Cape Coral Bike Night – the best bike night in SWFL – returns for the 2022 winter season beginning at 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, February 12. 

Whether you are an expert or amateur motorcyclist, a hardcore biker or enthusiast, the Cape Coral Bike Night has something for everyone.  There will be free entertainment, live music, crafts, contests, food vendors, motorcycle gear, clothing, jewelry and more. 

Bike Night is located on SE 47th Terrace from 5:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

For more information, including the schedule, event details and vendor applications, visit www.ccbikenight.com.

Coral Oaks Golf Course Cart Path Construction Begins

Coral Oaks Golf Course Cart Path Construction Begins

Construction on portions of the concrete cart path of the back nine (holes 10-18) at Coral Oaks Golf Course will begin on Monday, December 6. 

The work will take approximately six weeks and will take place during regular business hours.  The back nine will remain open to play, with portions of the cart path closed for repairs.  

Coral Oaks Golf Course is an 18-hole, Arthur Hills designed, championship course built within a century-old oak hammock.  The course boasts large TifEagle greens, contoured fairways, and rich natural surroundings. The 8 lakes and 37 bunkers on the course add to its allure and make it entertaining and challenging for golfers of all skill levels.

In addition to the par 72 course, Coral Oaks has one of the largest practice facilities in the area, featuring a driving range with both grass and artificial turf, a chipping area, and putting green.  There is also a pro shop on-site with all the latest golf gear, and a full-service restaurant and bar, Knickers Pub.  

For those who are new to the game of golf or who want to brush up on their skills, Coral Oaks has PGA professionals on staff to teach golf schools, clinics, and private lessons.

For more information and to book tee time online (not available for same-day tee times) visit:  Welcome to Cape Coral, FL Coral Oak

Cape Coral Bike Night this Saturday

Cape Coral Bike Night this Saturday

Cape Coral Bike Night – the best bike night in SWFL – returns for the 2021 fall season beginning at 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 9! 

Whether you are an expert or amateur motorcyclist, a hardcore biker or an enthusiast, the Cape Coral Bike Night has something for everyone.  There will be free entertainment, live music, crafts, and vendors lining the street selling food, motorcycle gear, clothing, jewelry and more. 

Bike Night is located on SE 47th Terrace, Cape Coral, FL 33904 from 5:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

For more information, including the schedule, event details and vendor applications, visit www.ccbikenight.com.

Cape Coral Celebrates July as “National Park and Recreation Month”

Cape Coral Celebrates July as “National Park and Recreation Month”

The City of Cape Coral Parks and Recreation Department is joining municipalities from across the country to celebrate July as National Park and Recreation Month.

Initiated by the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) and celebrated in July since 1985, this annual observation recognizes all the ways parks and recreation can transform people’s daily lives.  From providing places to play and stay healthy, to fostering new relationships and forging a connection with nature, Cape Coral’s park and recreation facilities provide essential services and improve local quality of life.

Cape Coral Parks and Recreation is offering a variety of activities throughout the month ranging from Red, White & BOOM and a free Kids’ Fishing Tournament, to a free Ice Cream Social, “Bob Ross” Paint-Along and Family Open House. 

See a Parks and Recreation Month Activity Calendar with dates, times and more information at www.CapeParks.com

In addition, Cape Coral Parks and Recreation is hosting a “Share Your Parks & Rec Story Sweeps” on Facebook from July 1-27.

Three random winners will be selected to receive $100 Parks and Recreation gift cards.

Furthermore, a proclamation signed by Cape Coral Mayor John Gunter designating July as “Park and Recreation Month” and an art display highlighting parks and recreation moments will be on display on the first floor of Cape Coral City Hall from July 7-22. There will be free boat trailer parking offered at the City’s public boat ramps the weekend of July 24-25, and Coral Oaks Golf Course will offer PGA Family Golf Month specials all month long to encourage affordable family bonding on the golf course. (Visit www.CoralOaksGolf.com for details.)

“National Park and Recreation Month recognizes the vast opportunities that parks and recreation provide for children and adults,” said Kerry Runyon, Director of Cape Coral Parks & Recreation. “Participation in leagues, organized activities, playgrounds and walking through parks for a leisurely social activity is what we are all about in Parks and Recreation.”

To sign up to receive free E-newsletters from the Cape Coral Parks & Recreation Department or to get more information on upcoming programs and events, visit www.CapeParks.com or call (239) 573-3128.

You may also follow Cape Coral Parks & Recreation on Facebook and Twitter at www.facebook.com/CapeCoralParks & www.twitter.com/CapeCoralParks

Cape Coral Parks & Recreation to Co-Host Summer Feeding Kickoff on June 21

Cape Coral Parks & Recreation to Co-Host Summer Feeding Kickoff on June 21

The City’s Parks and Recreation Department is joining forces with Lee County School District’s Food & Nutrition Services and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to host a Summer Feeding Kickoff event at Paul Sanborn Park (2310 SE 3rd Street) on Monday, June 21.

Free nutritious lunches will be provided from 11 a.m. until 12 p.m. to children and youth age 18 and under as part of the Summer BreakSpot Program.

The Summer BreakSpot Program is federally funded under the USDA and administered by the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. Participating sites provide nutritionally balanced meals to children and youth during summer vacation when school breakfasts and lunches are not available. Meals are offered at no cost and there are no income or registration requirements.   

“We’re thrilled to partner with Lee County Food & Nutrition Services to host the USDA Summer Feeding Program at Paul Sanborn Park again this summer,” said Parks and Recreation Director Kerry Runyon. “After children enjoy a free nutritious lunch, we believe the activities offered by the Cape Coral Fun-Mobile will serve as a nice supplement to encourage outdoor play.”

The kickoff event will feature the Cape Coral Parks and Recreation Fun-Mobile that will be on site until 1 p.m. for free games and activities. Food will be served to children from the School District’s new lunch truck.

Free lunches for children and youth will continue throughout the summer at Paul Sanborn Park each weekday from June 21 through July 28. Lunches will be provided from 11 a.m. until 12 p.m. and free recreational activities will be offered until 1 p.m. by the Cape Coral Fun-Mobile.

For more information or to find other locations offering free lunches for children and youth, text “FoodFL” to 877-877, dial 2-1-1 when schools begin releasing for the summer break, or visit www.SummerBreakSpot.org.

To get more information on Cape Coral Parks and Recreation and the new Fun-Mobile, visit www.CapeParks.com or www.CapeFunMobile.com

Coral Oaks Golf Course to Use Temporary Entrance and Parking Area now through May 21

Coral Oaks Golf Course to Use Temporary Entrance and Parking Area now through May 21

Coral Oaks Golf Course’s parking lot and normal course entrance from Van Buren Parkway will be closed from May 10 – 21 for a parking lot resurfacing project.

A temporary parking area will be located just south of Coral Oaks’ clubhouse at the north end of NW 28th Avenue. Customers can access the temporary parking from Burnt Store Road via Gulfstream/NW 16th St and from El Dorado Boulevard via NW 15th Street.

A copy of the map and directions to the temporary parking area can be found on the Coral Oaks website at www.CoralOaksGolf.com.

Coral Oaks Golf Course and Knickers Pub will maintain regular operating hours during the project.

For more information on Coral Oaks Golf Course and/or to book tee times up to seven days in advance, call (239) 573-3100 or visit www.CoralOaksGolf.com.

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