The Park is a 113-acre triangular-shaped property that abuts the St. Johns River for a distance of about 2300 feet on its south side and will provide public access to the natural environment of the St. Johns River. The City plans to create a new outdoor conservation and recreation area in the form of a passive waterfront park, with family picnic shelters, fishing pier, playground, and nature walks with interpretive signs describing natural communities and habitats. A 36-Hole Disc Golf Course is available for play. The couse is excellent for entry level players but still challenge avid players. 18 of the 36 holes have signage and tee boxes. Disc Golf Disc sets are available to rent from the Parks & Recreation office located in City Hall (Mondays through Fridays 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM): Disc Golf Sets (includes 8 Frisbees per
set) are $5 per day per set PLUS a $50 refundable deposit.
A wide variety of birds inhabit the area, such as bald eagles, egrets, and herons. Clusters of Live Oak, Southern Magnolia, Cypress, Sweet Gum, and Slash Pine are interspersed with areas of open pasture.