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Atlantic Beach Parks

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Gail Baker Community Center
2072 George Street

May 14 – NFCAA @ 9:00am
May 14 - Trip to Beach Bowling 10:30am - 11:30am 
May 18 – UNF Health 10:30am – 11:30am
May 19 - Jacki’s Light Aerobics 10:30am - 11:30am
May 20 - Trip to Emerson Thrift Store 10:30am – 11:30am
May 21 – New Friendship Missionary Baptist Church Luncheon – 10:30am – 11:30am
May 22 - Po Ke No
May 26 – Walk in the Park 10:30am – 11:30am
May 27 - BINGO
May 29 - Birthday Celebration 10:30am - 11:30am
Please contact Latrenia, 247-5851, for more information.

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Bowl Bash Contestant
Oceanside Rotary Skate Park is located at 800 Seminole Road in Jack Russell Park. Anyone under 17 years of age is required to have a Waiver Consent Form signed by a parent or guardian and notarized before a sticker decal is issued for admission to the skate park. 

Skate park hours are 8 am to 10 pm.  During inclement weather, rain or the bowl is wet, the skate park will be closed. 

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Dutton Island - Gather around the campfire with a few friends/family or meet a small group at the campsite, either way camping at Dutton Island will be an adventure you won't forget.  Camping on Dutton Island is "primitive" - no electricity or water at campsites.  Fire rings/pits are available at campsites only.  Permit required to camp ($25 + tax for application fee). Permit Application

Bring your fishing poles and join fellow fishermen on the pier as you take in nature's beauty at Dutton Island and catch a fish "this big!"

Contact the Recreation office at 904-247-5828 for further information.

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Donner Park Courts
Clinics, leagues, and instruction at Jack Russell Tennis Courts
for junior players, ladies, mixed doubles, and cardio-tennis.

For more information, contact Brecht Catalan at Beaches Tennis Association (904) 803-7213.


Recreational Opportunities around the Beaches
The City of Atlantic Beach offers a number of recreational activities
at various parks and community centers throughout the year.
See our Calendar of Events for more information on City events.
Recreation opportunities include:

  • Baseball, T-ball and Softball (Atlantic Beach Athletic Association
  • First Coast Soccer Association (
  • Basketball
  • Flag Football Registration
  • Public Beaches
  • Camping Dutton Island Preserve (primitive group camp site)
  • Canoe/kayak trail (see Intracoastal Paddling Guide)
  • Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Nature Viewing
  • Picnic Pavilions
  • Oceanside Rotary Skate Park (Russell Park)
  • Racquet ball courts (Russell Park)
  • Soccer (Russell, Rose, Donner)
  • Tennis classes (Beaches Tennis Association) 241-4625
  • Public computer use at the Adele Grage Cultural Center

For a list of information of additional Beaches recreational programs, click

Contact Us
Department of Recreation Programs & Special Events
Adele Grage Cultural Center
716 Ocean Blvd, Atlantic Beach, Florida 32233

904-247-5828 (office)
904-247-5849 (fax)

Timmy Johnson, Director
Julie Metheney, Administrative Assistant
Dee Davis, Recreation Leader, Jordan Community Center
Latrenia Thomas, Recreation Leader, Baker Community Center

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800 Seminole Road • Atlantic Beach, Florida 32233 • Ph. (904) 247-5800 • Fx. (904) 247-5805