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Bonnet Springs Park

Park Rules

Safe Play. Safe Stay.

Bonnet Springs Park is a “Play at your own risk” park.  Bonnet Springs Park is not responsible for injuries that occur on the park’s property. Parents/Guardians are strongly encouraged to provide direct supervision, ensure their child’s safety, and assess their child’s capability with regard to different play elements.  There is inherent risk to climbing on rocks, logs, ladders, and all other play elements in the park. Please use discretion. Use each play element as intended. If you have questions about a particular element, please see a park team member.

Code of Conduct

Bonnet Springs Park is an all-ages, family friendly facility. Have respect for others and the park. Offensive language including loud/excessive profanity, inappropriate clothing, destruction of property and plants, intoxication, use of drugs, or other disrespectful behaviors will not be tolerated.  No merchandise sales, solicitation, surveying, or distribution of handbills or flyers is allowed without written consent from the park. Management reserves the right to remove and permanently revoke use rights of individuals that are not behaving in the spirit of Bonnet Springs Park.

Rules

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    Park hours vary by season and section of the park

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    No overnight parking is permitted. The park and parking lots must be vacated at closing

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    No smoking is permitted (traditional or e-cigarettes) except in designated areas

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    No open fires or grilling are permitted

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    No glass bottles in the play areas or lagoon

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    No amplified sound devices. Please use headphones for your music

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    Dogs must remain on a leash at all times

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    Owners must clean up after their pet and service animals

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    Bicycles are only allowed on the Lakeland Regional Health Circulator or bike path. Riders must strictly obey the posted speed limit on the Lakeland Regional Health Circulator

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    No motorized vehicles other than mobility ECV’s or e-bicycles are allowed in the park

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    Only alcohol purchased in the park is permitted

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    The display or open carry of guns, knives, or other weapons is strictly prohibited

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    No Drones or RC equipment are to be operated in the park

Park rules are subject to change. Please ask a team member if you have any questions.

Donate

Bonnet Springs Park is a privately developed public park that depends solely on public support. There are several ways that you can help make this dream for Lakeland's future generations become reality, and make it possible for friends and families to create endless memories at the park.

Volunteer

There are many ways you can help in the enabling of this magnificent regional park, from one-time to reoccurring volunteer opportunities. Bonnet Springs Park is looking for volunteers, sponsors, patrons, and professional services to help in the design and implementation. 

Donate

Bonnet Springs Park is a privately developed public park that depends solely on public support. There are several ways that you can help make this dream for Lakeland's future generations become reality, and make it possible for friends and families to create endless memories at the park.

Volunteer

There are many ways you can help in the enabling of this magnificent regional park, from one-time to reoccurring volunteer opportunities. Bonnet Springs Park is looking for volunteers, sponsors, patrons, and professional services to help in the design and implementation. 

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