Located at 120 Laishley Court, Laishley Park is a pet friendly park that contains seventeen (17) acres with amenities that include a 400 foot fishing pier, parking facilities, interactive fountain, concert area & event lawn, Veterans Memorial Garden , and walking paths along Punta Gorda Pathways - Harborwalk. Waterfront restaurant and retail services are also available in the park at the Laishley Crab House Centre.
Laishley Marina, located in Laishley Park is a 94 slip marina providing direct access to Charlotte Harbor, the second largest harbor in the State of Florida, offering premier fishing & access to the Gulf of Mexico thru Boca Grande Pass. With a public boat ramp, pump out facilities, mooring field, and day dock the marina offers a plethora of boating services. The marina building contains the harbormaster office (link to harbormaster/marina page); retail ship store; day room with shower and laundry facilities; and a community room which is available for rental.
Located near major hotels, shopping & cultural centers, Laishley Park & Marina offers a great waterfront experience in the heart of historic Punta Gorda.
100 Nesbit Street
Punta Gorda, FL 33950
- Boat ramp
- Boat Parking
- Connection to Gilchrist Park
- Connection to Punta Gorda Pathway - Harborwalk
- Gazebo with pond and fountain
- Interactive fountain
- Fishing pier
- Laishley Park Municipal Marina
- Open Air Pavilion
- Open Space
- Playground Area
- Picnic tables
- Sidewalk for walking, jogging and biking
- Southwest Florida Vietnam Memorial Wall
- Wally Stage
Other City Parks & Facilities
- Nature Trail/Preserve
- Picnic Tables
- Seating Area/Benches
The Punta Gorda Nature Park is a twenty-one (21) acre park situated in the center of Punta Gorda Isles neighborhood. The park includes pine palmetto forest and salt/high marsh habitats which include a multi-use recreational trail and observation deck. The remainder of the park is disturbed upland areas which present opportunities for the development of a variety of outdoor recreational activities. Staff works with a volunteer group to maintain and enhance the park for educational outdoor classroom training and nature lectures.