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A. J. Henry Park
A. J. Henry Park
Through the State Department, the City recieved the approval and acquirement of a Land & Water Conservation Grant for which this beautiful park was founded from amoung the many enclosing neighborhoods. The park attained its name from the original owner A. J. Henry, and was named in his honor in 1985. There wasn't any time wasted in the first stages for construction began on the 72 acre tract.

The first stage of development included the making of the picnic facilities, a playground, and an opening space; along with nature and walking trails.
Trails:
Asphalt Path: 0.45 mile
Multi- Use Trail: 1.3 miles
A. J. Henry Park Trail: 1.85 easy

2703 A. J. Henry Park Drive Tallahassee, FL 32309

 

 

 
Alfred B. Maclay State Gardens
This garden was constructed/ planted in 1923 by Alfred B and Louise Maclay. A master piece of floral architecture, the gardens feature a picturesque brick walkway, a secret garden, a reflection pool, a walled garden and hundreds of camellias and azaleas. Lake Hall provides opportunites for swimming, fishing, canoeing, and kayaking.Boats with or without electric motors are allowed. Pavilions and grills alongside the lake shore provide the perfect setting for a picnic. For walking enthusiasta two short nature trails meander through the woods overlooking the lake. Hikers, bicyclists, and equestrians can enjoy five miles of shared use-trails and five miles of designated biking trails winding through the woods surrounding Lake Overstreet. High blooming season is from January 1- April 30 with the floral peak in mid to late March.

3540 Thomasville Road, Tallahassee, FL 32309
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Apalachee Regional Park
7550 Apalachee Pkwy, Tallahassee, FL 32317

This multi-use park includes one of the nation’s few sites designed specifically for cross country running. This trail is a pristine, multi-surface course that can host small and large running events. The facility features numerous course/distance options through the rolling hills, lowlands and pine forests. The trail was designed to give runners the opportunity to run on several types of surfaces. When the trail is not being used for a running event, it is open to the general public for hiking, running, and biking. The park also has four multi-purpose grass fields with American football field goals, two of which are lighted. The fields are also used for soccer and lacrosse. The parking area accommodates more than 3,500 vehicles at one time. Additionally, the park has a remote control airplane and helicopter airfield. The park has hosted the Florida High School Athletic Association Cross Country Championships, the Florida State University Cross Country Invitational, the NCAA Regional Cross Country Championships, Pop Warner Football and the Florida State Invitational Soccer Tournament.
(850) 606-1470
Canopy Oaks Community Park
This park includes 2 little league fields (lighted), 2 tennis courts (lighted), a multi-purpose field (lighted), restroom/ concessions, and a playground. There are trails for you to enjoy. 

3250 Point View Drive Tallahassee, FL 32303
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Cascades Park
Cascades Park
This 12 acre park alongside the stream is known as the St. Augustine Branch in Tallahassee, Fl. Nationally registered historic place because it is influenced by the territorial government's choice of the capital city's location. It is currently closed as of 2006 dur to soil and water contamination by coal tar released by a manufacturing gas plant. Remediation Project: An update for the project is that it is ahead of schedule and shoud be reopening soon. The new park will host an amphitheater, a baseball field, historic building renovations, and open green space for trails and community gatherings. 

3400 Meridian St. Tallahassee, FL 32301
Coe Landing
Coe Landing
This park offers a variety of amenities that makes this park enjoyable and fun. A full service RV center to park your camper, wireless internet, electricity, water, hot showers, dump station, landing, restrooms, fishing pier, picnic shelter, and location off of Coe's Landing Rd off of SR 20 on SE Lake Talquin.

1208 Coe Landing Rd Tallahassee, FL 32310
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Daniel B. Chaires Community Park
4 tennis courts(lighted) 2 basketball courts, a restooms/ concession building, two standard little league baskeball fields (lighted) and one T-Ball Field (not lighted). Along with the fields, there are trails and an activity center provided. The community park is taken care of by the Leon County Public Works. 

4768 Chaires Cross Rd Tallahasee, FL 32308
Dorthy B. Oven Park
Dorthy B. Oven Park
This park offers the finest scenery and flowers around. On the park's property is an old manison that was donated by Mr. Will Oven in 1985. This generous act allows the city to rent out the house to individuals on a poviate besides to enjoy the old setting that the house provides. The house is surrounded by a beautiful landscape area that includes camellias, azaleas, palms, and other assorted florwers. The park is located on the lushes 6 areas in the heart of the City of Tallahassee. This tiny park includes two small trails. The park is a public park and it always open to visitors.

Trails: Oven Park Boardwalk: 0.04 Easy
Oven Park Gravel Path: 0.11 Easy

3205 Thomasville Rd Tallahassee, FL 32308
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Elinor Klapp- Phipps Park
Owned by the City of Tallahassee and the property owner, Colin Phipps, it stretches from Lake Jackson all the way to the Governor's State Park, with a bike trail conecting the two. Elinor Klapp- Phipps Park is 670 acres and contains two active recreations areas, functioning for youth and adult soccer facilities. The rest of the beautiful land is used for passive forms of recreation and environmental education. Includes: mountain trails, horseback riding trails, bird and butterfly watch trails. 

Mountain Bike Trails: Blue Blazed and Red Bug mountain bike trails.

Horse Riding Trails: 5- mile horse riding route.

Hiking Trails:
Coon Bottom Loop: 1.5 mile Easiest
Swamp Forest Loop: 1.8 mile, South side- easiest, North side-
strenuous
Big tree Cutoff: 0.2, Easy
Bluebird & Butterfly Trail
Creek Forest Trail: 0.8 mile- Easy
Oak Hammock Loop: 2.5 miles- Mostly Easy
Fern Trail: 1.4 meters

4000 N Meridian Rd, Tallahassee, FL 32308
Fort Braden Community Park
Fort Braden Community Park is watched over by the Leon County Publc Works and includes two little leagues baseball fields (lighted), a multi-purpose field (lighted), and a restroom/ concession building. 

15100 Bloustown Hw Tallahassee, FL 32310
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