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Payne Park, Sarasota

4.7
#14 of 25 in Parks in Sarasota
Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Payne Park is a former baseball field from 1924 to 1990 in Sarasota, Florida. The stadium and field were built on a portion of 60 acres (0.24 km2) of land donated by Calvin Payne and his wife, Martha in 1923. Payne Park today is a 29-acre (0.12 km2) public park used for recreational events.

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  • The cafe in the park has live music on Fridays. The food, drinks are great. The park offers so much for everyone. Skate park, frisbee golf course, playground, duckie pond, running. walking track...  more »
  • It is not often that I review a playground, but this one is exceptional. Especially during this time of covid, it was so great to see the children having such a great time. They were naturally...  more »
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  • Payne park has the rubber floor so it's fun to play and run around on, won't get messy. It also has a small area for the smaller children plus a wet park, mists comes out. Also has a running and skateboarding park. Checkers restaurant is a block away so you can walk for a snack. Theres also a nice size open field to have a picnic or play ball.
  • Perfect park for sitting on a hill and reading a book. Lots of sunlight and well kept. If it’s the summer bring water and sunscreen. It also has a 9 hole disc golf course built in!

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