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Cape Coral Florida Health and Fitness

Cape Coral Hospital
291 bed acute care facility, with all rooms being private
636 Del Prado Blvd. ~ Cape Coral, FL 33990
Phone: 239-574-2323

Parks / Fitness Trails / Tennis Courts / Exercise Equipment

Camelot Park
1718 SW 52nd Terrace
Tennis Courts

Jaycee Park
4215 SE 20th Place
Fitness Trail

Paul Sanborn Park
2310 SE 3rd Street
Basketball Courts and Fitness Trail

Rotary Park Environmental Center
5505 Rose Garden Road Phone: 549-4606
4,200 sq. ft facility set on 97 acres features a nature trail, boardwalk, observation towers, plant gardens, bike path & dog park

Saratoga Lake Park
170 SE 4th Terrace
Bocce & Basketball Courts

Seahawk Park
1030 NW 28th Street
Fitness Trail

Veterans Park
4140 Coronado Parkway
Bocce & Basketball Courts

Rosen Park
2414 SE 15th Terrace
Fitness Trail

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