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Joe Lee Smith Park

A hub for after school programs, neighborhood events, and indoor basketball, this 3.2-acre park has a Community Center with a small meeting room and gymnasium. Outdoor features include a swimming pool, a baseball field, playground and basketball court. Click here for the monthly calendar.
Activities:
  • Ballfields (little league, lighted: 1 major/minor)
  • Basketball Courts (full indoor & outdoor, lighted)
  • Community Center
    • Adult, Youth & Senior Activities
    • After School Activities
    • Gymnasium
    • Youth Activities
  • Playground

Facility Reservation: (321) 633-1872
  • Field Use
  • Gymnasium
  • 1 - Meeting Room (seats up to 40)
  • 1 - Family Size Pavilion (seats up to 25)

ADA Access: Parking, Restrooms, Community Center, Swimming Pool

Do's & Don’ts:
  • No swimming when lifeguard is not on duty.
  • Service animals only.
  • Alcoholic beverages in designated areas only.
  • Other restrictions as posted.

 

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Joe Lee Smith Park
419 Washington Ave
Cocoa, FL 32922
(321) 633-1872

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Park open from Dawn to Dusk, except for scheduled use.

Community Center
Monday - Friday 3 PM - 8 PM
Friday 3 PM - 6 PM

Saturday 10 AM - 2 PM for
scheduled use


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