Memorial Park, short for “Memorial Park Sports And Convention Center Complex, Inc.” is a group of individuals and businesses actively supporting the creation of the “Memorial Park Sports And Convention Center Complex, Inc.” through investment, membership and service. In return, Memorial Park members are exposed to various professional networks, as well as opportunities to learn more about, and advocate for, a treasured Southwest Florida.
The projects of the Memorial Park Master Plan, and its 5-Year Plan component, promote connectivity and resiliency, improve cultural and recreational amenities; and are underpinned by extensive, much needed activities for our young Southwest Floridians.
Balancing the urban wilderness and active recreation which makes Memorial Park unique, the first phase of the Master Plan’s Sports Complex will open in 2023. This phase is an important process in the Master Plan’s goals of consolidating areas of recreation. User experience will be enhanced by centralizing activities scattered across the region.
The complex will be a dynamic and vibrant area and will include;
- indoor and outdoor music/concert venues
- miniature golf courses
- indoor swimming pool; game room
- education and learning center
- Veterans Museum
- Railroad Museum
- multi-use sports fields for games like soccer, softball, baseball and other field sports
- exercise, walking and running paths
- multiple tracks for radio-controlled vehicles
- multi-use retail and food venues – Caloosa Trains And Hobbies (anchor) – with the addition of Fishing, Hunting and Weapons Departments
- go-cart track
- rock climbing
- Caloosa Trains And Hobbies, Jay R. LaGace, Memorial Gardens
We invite you and your friends to join other community-driven Floridians as we build, preserve and enhance Memorial Park Sports And Convention Center Complex for generations to come.
Memorial Park Sports And Convention Center Complex, Inc.
“A PARK FOR ALL OF SOUTHWEST FLORIDIANS, TODAY AND TOMORROW”
Caloosa Trains And Hobbies, Jay R. LaGace
“PRESERVING MEMORIES AND CONNECTING PEOPLE TO PLACE”