Parks and Recreation Facilities Information

Following Clay County Parks and Recreation's reopening plans, all City playgrounds and Spring Park splash pad will be open starting Friday, May 22.

The following recreation facilities are located in, and operated by, the City of Green Cove Springs.  

Spring Park,106 St. Johns Ave. - A beautiful park located along the St. Johns River, one block east of City Hall, it features playground equipment, picnic facilities, gazebo, a spring-fed swimming pool, and the City Pier.  

City Pool
- Part of Spring Park, and continuously fed with water from the Spring.  

City Pier
- The Pier, located at the east end of Walnut Street, is a 500 foot pier with 12 boat slips. Water and electric are available for a nominal fee.  A two-night minimum stay is also available for a fee.  

Augusta Savage Friendship Park
- The park, located at the corner of Walburg Street and Pine Avenue on a beautiful oak shaded lot, has a playground designed for younger children and families.  

Vera Francis Hall Park, 1400 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd - The park, located at the west end of Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., backs up to Governors Creek.  

Thomas Hogans Memorial Gym - The Gym, located at 415 Lemon Street, is part of the Augusta Savage Arts & Community Center.  Hours of Operation: Open Monday - Sunday, 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Closed holidays. For more information and to make a reservation, click here.

Augusta Savage Arts & Community Center - 1107 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. and 415 Lemon Street, site of the Thomas Hogan Memorial Gym.  

Augusta Savage Arts & Community Center Park - Augusta Savage Arts and Community Center Park is located behind Thomas Hogans Memorial Gym and beside the Augusta Savage Community Center soccer field. The park includes a small playground and a picnic area with a grill. 

Magnolia Park - Located on Harbor Road, across from the entrance to Magnolia Point.