Adjacent to Tom Brown Park this park stretches from Weems Rd to Chaires Cross Rd. Originally this park flooded under heavy rains and drained through Florida's Aquifer. Over a millennia, the lakes drained and Native Americans hunted and gather flint for tools and weapons. Then in 1950 two dams were constructed separating the lake into three sections; Upper Lafayette, Piney Z, and Lower Lafayette.
The park encourages visitors to fish, exercise, re-create, bicycle, run, walk, or just realx and enjoy the day. There are many scenic views and opportunities to view the wildlife. The park offers a small playground, 3 picnic shelters, parking, restrooms, drinking fountains, various trails, a fishing pier, floating docks, hand-launch only boat ramp, wildlife viewing, trailhead with a bike wash, and an outdoor shower. The entrance to the park is found near the east end of Heritage Park Blvd.
Types of Trails: Shared- Use Trails, Mountain Bike Trails, Lafayette Passage Padding Trails.
Phone Number: (850)- 891- 3866
Location: 49000 Heritage Park Blvd, Tallahassee, Fl 32311
Four littler league baseball fields (two lighted), junior league field (lighted), softball field, two basketball courts, multipurpose field (lighted), youth & tot playground, restrooms/ concession building. Come out and enjoy the park at your leisure.
Location: 1492 J. Lewis Hall Sr Ln, Tallahassee, Fl 32305