Parks

As of Dec. 10, 2020

In light of the recent rise in COVID-19 cases, the upcoming Mayor’s Fitness Challenge has been postponed and may be rescheduled to this spring. Residents are encouraged to take steps to stay COVID-free this holiday season - wash hands frequently, social distance when out and about, and always wear a face covering when indoors and social distancing is not possible. All of the city’s parks are open and offer a great way to stay active this holiday season. Staying active while protecting yourself from COVID-19 is important as we enjoy the holidays and a great way to kick off a Happy New Year.

As of Sept. 29, 2021

Just in time for a forecasted cool down, the city has reopened playgrounds at its parks. Please wash hands frequently and be advised that the playground equipment is not being sanitized. Almost all of the city’s parks have reopened for passive outdoor recreation including the restrooms, walking trails, basketball courts and other outdoor amenities. So get outside and enjoy. For a list of parks, visit https://bit.ly/3cF6QpA.

As of June 10, 2020

The city has reopened almost all of its parks for passive outdoor recreation including the restrooms, walking trails, basketball courts and other outdoor amenities. The playgrounds at the parks remain closed. It is recommended children do not use the playground equipment because it is not being sanitized. Residents are expected to practice social distancing including remaining six feet from others and limiting groups to 10 people or less. The community centers and gyms, the splash pad and the Environmental Learning Center at Breakers Oceanfront Park, Bethune Point Park and its adjacent skate park, and Manatee Island and its dog park remain closed. For a list of the city’s parks, please visit https://bit.ly/36pyW4V.