Treaty Park is a 47-acre complex that is home to Paws Dog Park and Robert Laryn Skate Park. Treaty Park offers active and passive recreation amenities to citizens of all ages.
For the softball enthusiast, four lighted 300′ softball fields and adult leagues are available for all levels of play. Two multi-purpose fields are available for soccer, kite flying, ultimate Frisbee, pick-up flag football games, or any other activity that requires an open field.
For the “court” enthusiast, there are six lighted tennis courts, eight lighted paddle tennis courts, eight pickleball courts, four racquetball courts, two bocce ball courts, and two lighted basketball courts. A bicycle path, short of 7/8 of a mile, and a jogging/walking trail surround the park.
A handicap-accessible playground, horseshoe courts, picnic pavilion, charcoal grills, picnic tables, and benches encompass a 3-acre lake with nature trails. The lake also features a boardwalk from which you can catch-and-release fish only (no cast nets permitted).
With 28,000 square feet of concrete, there is plenty of room for skateboarders of all ages and abilities. Enjoy half-pipes, rails, ledges, banks, and a 9 and half-foot (6-foot shallow end) kidney-shaped pool to challenge even the most experienced skater. The “Little Dudes Park” is for beginning skaters and those under the age of 12 to hone their skills. The concession stand/pro shop is filled with knowledgeable skaters who will help you with all your skating needs and a
1595 Wildwood Drive, St. Augustine, FL 32086
ALBUQUERQUE LITTLE THEATRE
Fort Mose Historic State Park is the site of the first legally sanctioned free African settlement in what is now the United States. In 1738, the Spanish governor of Florida chartered the settlement of Gracia Real de Santa Teresa de Mose, or Fort Mose for short, as a settlement for those fleeing slavery from the English colonies in the Carolinas. Over the next 25 years, Fort Mose and Spanish Saint Augustine became a sanctuary for Africans seeking liberation from the tyranny of English slavery.
For half a century, visitors to St. Augustine have made the St. Augustine/St. Johns County Visitor Information Center their first stop upon arriving in the Nation’s Oldest City. Commonly known as the “VIC,” the center offers information on special and cultural events, brochures and guidebooks for the area's attractions, clean restrooms, a gift shop. The VIC is staffed with friendly fully licensed tour guide hosts who gladly share information on attractions, museums, tours, accommodations, restaurants and unique shopping opportunities. The VIC is where a St. Augustine vacation begins, whether you plan to stay a day, a weekend or longer.