New Smyrna Beach Recreation And Parks

New Smyrna Beach is a quaint beach town with huge character. Amid the beautiful beach and excellent shopping and dining in the area, natural beauty abounds in the array of parks that New Smyrna Beach offers residents. Beachside parks, open fields, basketball and tennis courts, and playgrounds galore are found in these many great public parks. For the most part, public parks in this area are open sunrise to sunset. Below we will outline some of the area parks that you can enjoy when you call New Smyrna Beach home.

Dog Park
2641 Paige Ave.
Divided into large dog and small dog play areas. There is a 30x40 shade shelter with a dog and people water fountain. The grounds are grassed with open areas with concrete structures for doggy play.

Old Fort Park
200 S Riverside Dr.
The historic Turnbull Ruins are located in this park along with the historic New Smyrna Beach Free Library. Several paths and benches are scattered under a beautiful canopy of oak trees. This is the site of the annual Art Fiesta in February. Some summer concerts may be here.

Riverside Park
This beautiful eight acre park is located on the Indian River at the east end of Route 44 in the downtown area. The park includes walking paths, restroom facilities, and the Manatee All Children’s Playground. The outdoor gazebo is located here and fishing is popular along the boardwalk and fishing pier.

Skate Park
254 Industrial Park Ave.
The new Skate Park has approximately 8,500 square feet of concrete skate area, consisting of a flow/street area and a pool with tile and concrete pool coping. . There is no charge to utilize the park. Hours of operation are (Monday-Friday) 12:00PM - Dusk (Weekends and Holidays) 10:00AM - Dusk.

Indian River Lagoon Park
700 Sandpiper Avenue
Picnic area
Canoe/Kayak launch
Trail - walk, jog, cycle
There are two docks; one overlooks the estuaries to the Indian River and the other is a floating dock that overlooks Browns Bay. There is also a place for canoes and kayaks to launch as this location is along the marked Volusia County river trail.

Grayce Kenemer Barck North Beach Community Park
1100 N. Atlantic Avenue
Beach access
Picnic area

North Causeway Boat Ramp
North Causeway
Docking facilities
Fishing pier
Picnic pavilion
Restroom facilities.

Detwiler Park
510 Horton St.
Five lighted tennis courts
Lighted basketball court
Restroom facilities
Children’s playground.

Callalisa Park
E. Third Ave. and S. Peninsula Ave.
Picnic area
Boat launch