Fisherman's Landing

Key Park Features

Featuring the Grant Historical House, this scenic 7.48-acre community river park is a perfect wayside stop for travelers and a convenient site for community events. The shaded pavilion and 2 grills with restrooms nearby, path and boardwalk invite picnics and leisurely strolls. The fishing deck accommodates fishing, and may be used by boaters to access the restrooms and picnic area. Although motorized boat launching is not permitted, hand-carried canoes and kayaks may put-in from the north parking area. For Grant Historical House information call 321-723-8543. Originally erected in 1916, and has been restored complete with a collection of antiques and furniture that capture the time when it thrived. Today the Grant Historical House stands as a monument to the early pioneer days, and is a tribute to the history of the Florida community.

Waters Edge
Canoe Launch sign
Boardwalk on water
Fishing pier


Playgrounds: No

Restrooms: Yes

Ocean Beach: No

Bicycle Roadways: No

Athletic Facilities: No

Nature Trails / Centers: No

Community Centers: No

Gymnasium: No

Boat Ramps:

Canoe launching from the shoreline.

Camping Features: No


1 - 30 'x 38' pavilion with 8 - 10' tables - seats 80

Picnic Shelters / Areas:

20 Picnic Tables

Fishing Features:

200' Fishing Dock


Additional fees may apply for water, electricity, serving areas and kitchens.

Pavilion with tables and grill

Fishermans Landing Pavilion

30 'x 38' pavilion with 8 - 10' tables - seats 80

Reserve Pavilion

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