Description & History:
Fred W. Coyle Freedom Park is one of Collier County’s newest parks, and is approximately 50 acres, sitting at the northeast corner of Goodlette-Frank Road and Golden Gate Parkway.
There is vehicle access to the Park from both sides of Golden Gate Parkway with free public parking. Public restrooms are located in the 2,500 square feet Exhibition Hall. A 3,500 foot boardwalk extends over the eastern side of the park and the portion belonging to Conservation Collier. Trails punctuated by six lookout pavilions wind around the lakes in the western side of the park. The entire park is accessible by wheelchair. Freedom park is named after the Freedom Memorial, currently under construction, a tribute to the lives lost on 9/11/01 in the terrorist attacks and to the heroes of past and present wars.
Collier County Parks & Recreation offers programs in the educational facility. This facility will also be available for meetings after dusk.
Freedom Park is free for all to visit and use.