Below is a list of all of the Town of Orange Park Parks and Recreation Facilities. Click on the “read more” links in each section to visit that park’s page. On the individual pages, you will find more information, rental details and a map. For questions about our parks, please call (904) 264-2635.

Clarke House Park

Clarke House Park is home to the Clarke House, which is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The house was originally built in the early 1900's by William Clarke and serves as a meeting place for the Orange Park Historical Society. Park facilities include a large playground, sand volleyball court, nature trails, gardens, lake, pavilions, grills, restrooms, and numerous beautiful oak trees. ... Read More

Town Hall Park

Town Hall Park facilities include an Inclusive Playground, picnic tables, grills, band stage and restrooms. Many community events are held in the park each year, including the popular Fall Festival and Farmers' & Art's Market! ... Read More

T.C. Miller Community Center & Recreational Park

The TC Miller Park is the site of a historic elementary school and is listed in the National Registry of Historic Places. The original building still stands. Public facilities include a pavilion, full size basketball court, playground, swings, and restrooms. ... Read More

Orange Park Sports & Recreational Park

The Orange Park Sports & Recreational Park facilities include a newly renovated playground area, tennis/pickleball courts, pavilion and restrooms. The park is also home of the Orange Park Athletic Association. ... Read More

Orange Park Athletic Association

The Orange Park Athletic Association (OPAA) is a not-for-profit organization that leases Town facilities in order to provide quality sports activities for youth ages 4-15. They offer ... Read More

Orange Park Skateboard Park

The Orange Park Skateboard Park is owned by the Town of Orange Park and operated by the Orange Park Patrons, a not-for-profit entity. Please call the skate park for additional information and to confirm that it is open visit or call (904) 278-2087 or (904) 625-6260. ... Read More

Somer's Sunshine Park

Somer's Sunshine Park is named for Somer Thompson, a 7-year old Orange Park resident who was kidnapped and murdered in 2009. Spurred by the tragedy, the Town Council dedicated a 1 acre parcel of land, located at the corner of Debarry Avenue and Gano Avenue and owned by the Town, as a park that would bear Somer's name and provide a peaceful place to spend time with family and friends. ... Read More

Magnolia Cemetery

The deed to Magnolia Cemetery was given to the Town of Orange Park in 1886 by Washington Benedict and A.P. Blake of Boston, Massachusetts. Many former Town of Orange Park mayors and other prominent citizens, including veterans ... Read More