Cultural Arts & Recreation

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The City of Atlantic Beach has two miles of white sandy beach with 18 ocean beach accesses.   In addition to the beach, the City has sixty-five acres dedicated to parks, including the Dutton Island Preserve on the Intracoastal Waterway.

Bull Memorial Park has a tennis court (first come-first served), a playground, and an open serene park setting to kick back and relax, play with the kids in the open grass area, home of Acoustic Nights, just 2 blocks from the beach. 

Jack Russell Park, one of Atlantic Beach’s most frequently used parks, rests on 12 acres and consists of a large picnic pavilion (available by reservation), 6 tennis courts, 2 racquetball courts, 2 playground areas, 2 baseball diamonds, a full basketball court, and soccer field.  Home of Family Fun Day & Campout.  

Donner Park has a full basketball court, tennis courts, pickle ball courts, picnic pavilion (available by reservation), soccer/football field and playground.  Home of Flag Football and Fall Festival. 

Johansen Park is a tree lined/canopy serene park with benches to enjoy serenity and peacefulness under the canopy of beautiful trees.  Home of Shakespeare in the Park, Arts in the Park and Jazz Festival. 

Jordan Park has a beautiful playground, basketball court, and large picnic pavilion (available by reservation). Home of the City’s Egg Hunt. 

The Oceanside Rotary Skate Park is also located at Russell Park.   Russell Park is home to the Atlantic Beach Athletic Association (baseball), First Coast Soccer, tennis courts are on a first come-first served basis - No tournament playing allowed. 

Tideviews Park is located on the Intracoastal with a kayak ramp, sunset pier to watch beautiful sunsets, fishing dock, hiking trails and more.  A beautiful place to enjoy the natural habitat of the land and water in Atlantic Beach.