Trout Creek Community Center & Park
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Come join us for paddle tour with County Naturalist, AyoLane Halusky. The Parks & Recreation Department hosts monthly guided kayak tours of local waterways. Explore with with County Naturalist and ACA level 3 Sea Kayak Instructor, AyoLane Halusky while you learn about local history, as well as the flora and fauna found along the shoreline. If you bring your own kayak, cost for the trip is $20 per person for St. Johns County residents, $30 for non-residents. Cost for participants who rent a county kayak is $40 per seat and includes beginner to advanced paddle instruction. For more information, or to reserve a seat, please call (904) 209-0348 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community Center & Pavilion Rentals
The Trout Creek facility features an air-conditioned community center, outdoor pavilion, playground pavilion and dockside pavilion available for rent. The community center seats 371 and includes kitchen, bathrooms and screened-in porch.
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About Trout Creek Community Center & Park
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 small outdoor amphitheater provides an ideal location for small classes and lectures.
A covered picnic area complete with tables and 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.
The Community Center, complete with catering kitchen and screened patio; is available to rent, separately; 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.
A County Naturalist's office is maintained at Trout Creek Park. Activities at Trout Creek and other parks may be scheduled for school trips, home school groups, Scouts, 4-H and other youth or adult groups. Park Naturalist Programs are free and open to the public. Call to schedule activities.
COA Senior Programs
The SJCCOA Senior Programs have something special scheduled just for you! Nestled under the trees in beautiful Orangedale, Trout Creek Park is the perfect place to try an exercise class, learn about computers, make some jewelry or just enjoy a delicious lunch with your friends! Listen to informative and entertaining speakers and learn a little bit about everything from balance to blood pressure to how to avoid becoming the victim of a crime or unscrupulous scam. Your opportunity to dine, dance, celebrate and more is waiting for you at the Trout Creek Park Pavilion. For more information, please call (904) 522-1611.
- Park Naturalist Program