The new building houses restrooms, an office space and a concession stand. Every space within the building is designed to be accessible to people of all abilities, intended to eliminate any barriers to visually impaired visitors or visitors who are wheelchair- or walker-bound.

TAVARES — Lake County will host a ribbon-cutting to mark the grand opening of new recreational building at Miracle Field Saturday, March 14, providing a new, accessible facility for visitors to Lake Idamere Park.


The ceremony will be held at 9:30 a.m. at 12335 County Road 448 in Tavares.


The new building houses restrooms, an office space and a concession stand. Every space within the building is designed to be accessible to people of all abilities, intended to eliminate any barriers to visually impaired visitors or visitors who are wheelchair- or walker-bound.


“Miracle League Field and the Boundless Playground at Lake Idamere Park promote a quality recreational experience for visitors with diverse abilities,” Director of the Office of Parks and Trails Bobby Bonilla said. “The new recreational building helps to further support that experience.”


Funding for the new building was approved by the Lake County Board of County Commissioners in April 2019 and is supported by the County sales tax and park impact fees as well as private donations.


Following the ribbon cutting, guests can catch the opening game of the 2020 Miracle League season, which begins at 10:30 a.m.


The new building houses restrooms, an office space and a concession stand. Every space within the building is designed to be accessible to people of all abilities, intended to eliminate any barriers to visually impaired visitors or visitors who are wheelchair- or walker-bound. [Submitted]