The Alton “Kid” Jones Park was completed in April of 2009 with grants from Florida Recreation Development Assistance Program (FRDAP).
The Bob Mason Park was founded in 1998, and completed with funds granted by the Florida Recreation Assistance Program (FRDAP) in 2008.
Davis-Pratt Park is one of LaBelle’s original parks. The park was named in honor of the two principal donors who contributed the land to provide LaBelle with its first park.
The Felda Community Park has been a haven for residents of this rural and tight knit community to bring their families for a fun day out.
Joe Culliver Park is the smallest park that the Recreation Board maintains. This park is a small neighborhood park for children ages 5-12.
The Hendry LaBelle Civic Park was created with aid of state grant money and is located at 800 Jaycee Lions Drive.
The Hendry LaBelle Dog Park is the very first public dog park to be established in the LaBelle area. It was founded in 2010 largely on behalf of the Women’s Club of LaBelle.
The Hendry LaBelle Nature Park is one of LaBelle’s only nature trails located in the heart of the city right off of the Caloosahatchee River.
Currently under construction. Check back soon for updates and information concerning the LaBelle Regional Sports Complex.
The Hendry LaBelle Sports Park was built with family in mind. Formerly a landfill, this area was converted into a beautiful park.
The Zachary Reyna Memorial Playground Project commenced in June of 2014 to provide the children of a LaBelle a much needed playground.