San-Lee Park Means Outdoor Summer Fun

Last week we talked about the summer programs and year ’round resources available with Lee County Libraries.  This week, it’s time to head back outdoors, for a reminder of ALL the fun things your family can do this summer at San-Lee Park.

The park is located at 572 Pumping Station Road near the US 421 bypass, and is over 175 acres filled with nature trails, hiking trails, mountain bike trails, sheltered picnic facilities, campgrounds, running streams, and lakes for boat rentals and fishing. There’s also playground space, an amphitheatre and even an outdoor chapel.

San-Lee Park offers so many things to experience. The grounds are an ideal balance of wooded areas and open spaces.  The popular nature center and main building are closed during construction, but with extended Summer hours from 8am to 8pm, 7 days a week, there is plenty of time to plan events for your family to enjoy.  You can learn more about San-Lee Park, by visiting its home on the Lee County Government website.

Happy trails!

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