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Chain of Lakes Park

Located near Eastern Florida State College and the Indian River, this 92.14 acre regional park features wetlands and lakes with walking bridges connected to 3-miles of paved walking trails. Facilities include an observation tower, pavilions, 2 multi-use fields, 2 lighted soccer fields and concession, 2 lighted youth softball fields and concession, 5 lighted adult softball fields and concession, restrooms and parking.
 
Field Use: Call (321) 264-5105
Pavilion Rentals: (321) 264-5037

Watchable Wildlife: Osprey, Gulls, Terns, Waders, Waterfowl

ADA Access: Parking, Restrooms, Walkway

Do's & Don’ts:
  • No swimming.
  • Service animals only.
  • Alcoholic beverages in designated areas only.
  • Other restrictions as posted.

Athletic League Information

For information about Parks and Recreation sponsored adult and youth leagues at the Chain of Lakes Park, please call Clifford Lett (321) 264-5105.

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Chain Of Lakes
2300 Truman Scarborough Way
Titusville, Florida 32796
(321) 264-5105



Park open from Dawn to Dusk


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