Trout Creek Park

Trout Creek Park

The Trout Creek facility features an air-conditioned community center, screened-in patio, and playground pavilion available for rent. You are welcome to visit the park during normally scheduled park hours and tour the outside facilities, have a picnic, or just spend the day enjoying the natural environment.

Trout Creek Park is a 16.5-acre passive park open free of charge to all visitors. The site features a double boat ramp with handy access to Trout Creek and the St. Johns River. An accessible boardwalk borders the canal and ramps. A half-mile nature trail meanders along the inside perimeter of the park.

A covered picnic area complete with tables and a grill is located adjacent to the playscape and close to the entrance to the park. Restrooms are located adjacent to the parking lot near the Community Center. An additional covered picnic area, grill, and tables are located at the bottom of the park close to the boardwalk.

The Community Center seats 200 and includes bathrooms and a screened-in patio. The Community Center and screened-in patio can be rented separately. This facility is available to rent; for group meetings and social activities except on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday during the day when it is used by the Council On Aging as a lunch site.

LOCATION

Trout Creek Park

6795 Collier Road, St. Augustine, FL 32092

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