Cape Coral Rotary Park

Cape Coral Rotary Park is located at 5505 Rose Garden Road off of Cape Coral Parkway. This park provides an insight into the world of mangrove swamps and is the perfect destination for a romantic walk in the park. Visitors can immerse themselves in the tropical atmosphere of the park and rediscover some of Florida's original vegetation.

The park was founded by three Rotary Clubs, who sought to preserve a piece of the natural environment for the community.

The park's observation tower provides surprisingly sweeping views, presenting a particularly impressive perspective of the dense mangrove forests visitors can only get a glimpse of when entering the park.

The park borders the Caloosahatchee River where, as at many other canals in Cape Coral, you can watch flying fishes and observe flocks of graceful herons.

The park can also be rented for small events. Additional information about the local flora and fauna can be found on Cape Coral's official website.

The dog park may be of particular interest to dog owners. It is located in a separate section of the park where dogs are allowed to run off-leash.

Facilities include:

  • Dog park
  • Environmental Center
  • Nature trails
  • Observation tower
  • Sheltered picnic area
  • Restrooms

Rotary Park in Cape Coral, Florida - Impressions

Rotary Park in Cape Coral, Florida
Rotary Park in Cape Coral, Florida
Rotary Park in Cape Coral, Florida
Rotary Park in Cape Coral, Florida
Rotary Park in Cape Coral, Florida

Facility hours:

  • Monday-Saturday 8:00 a.m.–4 p.m., excluding government holidays Park
  • hours: Daylight hours, year-round.