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Ed Austin Regional Park, Jacksonville

4.3
#12 of 23 in Fun & Games in Jacksonville
Playground · Hidden Gem · Sports Complex
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4.6
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  • Nice hiking and biking trails for young and not so young people, who love the outdoors. There are also baseball fields, soccer fields, playground equipment, picnic areas and a dog park. And a very.....  more
    Nice hiking and biking trails for young and not so young people, who love the outdoors. There are also baseball fields, soccer fields, playground equipment, picnic areas and a dog park. And a very.....  more »
  • For a flat place like Jax. this park features hilly terrain which are ancient sand dunes. It also features a disc golf course for free, baseball and soccer fields. 
    For a flat place like Jax. this park features hilly terrain which are ancient sand dunes. It also features a disc golf course for free, baseball and soccer fields.  more »
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  • Took a family member there to vote at their district voting location. They were in & out, no problem. People were friendly. You can see families enjoying the park & team sports being held. Looks like a good place for families with young kids to come & play.
  • Our favorite neighborhood park! It's always kept well maintained and I love that it is constantly being used for sports and other activities. So much space for any activity you're looking to do. We go at least once a week, my kids favorite thing is visiting the turtle in the pond. My only complaint (which isn't the fault of the park itself) is the disk golf players think they own the park and get feisty if you're "in the way". We get yelled at regularly if we are hanging out at the pond, we try to stay to the side and give them space but they like to have the whole thing to themselves.

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