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Rotary Park Merritt Island

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The wooded drive into this 37.77-acre community park leads visitors to a full-featured playground. Nearby, an interpretive nature boardwalk invites walks and a Nature Center offers exhibits, tours and classes. To schedule a tour or arrange a visit to the Nature Center, call 321-455-1385. 

The event pavilion with 4 grills is adjacent to restrooms with a paved walkway leading to the playground and benches. Three picnic shelters, grills, picnic tables, and a grass volleyball court invite leisure activity. A multi-use field, paved pedway, and a pavilion with serving area and restrooms was completed as part of the Parks Referendum. Click here for the monthly calendar.

Facility Reservations: (321) 633-1874
  • Field Use 
  • 'Arnold Memorial' - Event Pavilion (seats up to 210)
  • 4 - Family Picnic Shelters (each seats up to 16)
  • 'Soccer' - Medium Pavilion with restroom and serving area (seats up to 50)

Watchable Wildlife: Listed in State of Florida Great Florida Birding Trail—Migratory Songbirds in season

ADA Access: Parking, Restrooms, Pavilion, Playground, Nature Center, Nature Boardwalk

Do's & Don’ts:
  • Service animals only.
  • Alcoholic beverages in designated areas only.
  • Other restrictions as posted.


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Rotary Park Merritt Island
1899 S. Courtenay Pkwy
Merritt Island, FL 32952
(321) 455-1385

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

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