New Smyrna Beach is home to many city parks and recreation facilities perfect for the adventurer and lover of the outdoors. Many of these offer amenities like scenic walkways. fishing, playgrounds, wildlife viewing, and more. You can even take a stroll with man's best friend and catch a sunrise at one of the city's many beachside parks. Next time you're feeling a bit of cabin fever, go stretch your legs at one of these city parks in New Smyrna Beach

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27th Avenue Beachfront Park
3701 S Atlantic Ave, New Smyrna Beach FL, 32169
3.4-acre park with a playground & swimming beach, plus picnic areas & racquetball/basketball courts.
Smyrna Dunes Park
2995 N Pennisula Ave, New Smyrna Beach FL, 32169
Perched on 73 acres of pristine land at the northern tip of the New Smyrna Beach peninsula, the area is surrounded by water on three sides. Waters from...
Lake Ashby Park
4150 Boy Scout Camp Rd, New Smyrna Beach FL, 32168
This popular waterfront park offers many outdoor recreational opportunities, including canoeing, fishing, walking and simply enjoying nature. Angling is permitted...
Mary McLeod Bethune Beach Park
6656 S. Atlantic Ave.,, New Smyrna Beach FL, 32169
Nestled on six acres between the Indian River and the Atlantic Ocean, this quiet spot south of New Smyrna Beach features a boardwalk on the ocean side...
Riverside Park | New Smyrna
214 South Riverside Drive, New Smyrna Beach FL, 32168
This beautiful eight acre park is located on the Indian River at the east end of Canal Street in the downtown area. The park includes walking paths, restroom...
Indian River Lagoon Park
Saxon Dr, New Smyrna Beach FL, 32169
Recreation area on Browns Bay with wildlife viewing, walking trails, picnic areas & a fishing dock.
Pettis Park
800 Mary Ave, New Smyrna Beach FL, 32168
Improvements and additions were made to this four-acre park from 2009 - 2011 through a Community Development Block Grant. Changes include refurbished tennis/basketball...