Jesse H. Jones Park & Nature Center

Jesse H. Jones Park is part of a 312-acre nature preserve located along Spring Creek. This park features traditional park amenities such as a playground, restrooms, eight miles of paved pedestrian trails, and several unpaved primitive trails. It also includes a variety of plant and wildlife species, swamps with century-old cypress trees, and a Nature Center to educate anyone looking to learn more about the local environment. Nestled in the woods, visitors can also find the Redbud Hill Homestead and Akokisa Indian Village to learn more about what life was like many, many years ago.

Numerous educational programs and events are hosted at Jones Park are free of charge, and their success is supported by the Jesse Jones Park Volunteers.

*Pets are only permitted on the Jones-Bender Trail, Judy Bell Trail, and Spring Creek Greenway.

Jesse H. Jones Park & Nature Center

Park Details:

Park Features:

Canoe Access
Bike Trail
Picnic Area
Equestrian Trail
Trail Access
Nature Center
Shade Structures
Acres: 312
Trail Length: 16 miles