Tony Rosbough Park in Immokalee is a community park built in response to Immokalee's Little League organizers, parents, and coaches looking for a new field for the children to practice and play on. The community park is at 1213 Little League Road, Imokalee in Collier County. It is adjacent to Lake Trafford Memorial Gardens.
Tony Rosbough Park in Immokalee was built after long years of persuasion of the Little League organizers of Immokalee who had been asking for a field where children could practice on a real baseball diamond rather than uneven grass lots. Collier County Parks and Recreation Division decided to build the new T-ball field. A couple visiting Collier County got to know about the inauguration of the T-Ball field through newspaper coverage and made an significant donation ($20,000) towards it. Apart from a beautiful field for children, plans include River Rock tables for the concession area, bleachers, as well as a small shade structure.
Tony Rosbough Park in Immokalee hosts Little League practice and games every week. Parents are specially happy with the field. The small town of Immokalee, Collier County has long awaited a field where children can play without the risk of tripping and falling over uneven ground. Little League teams are able to practice an actual game. For two practice days; one practice day is at the Tony Rosbough Park in Immokalee. Little League games are scheduled on Tuesdays and Saturdays.
To get a feel of the community and partake in some outdoor fun you can visit the park. The community park is open seven day a week and has specific opening and closing timings. You might be able to get a chance to watch the Little League teams in action. They are there throughout the week; practicing or playing a game. Check schedules beforehand to see what teams are on.