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F. Burton Smith Regional Park

This expansive 1,080-acre scenic park is a popular venue for large group picnics and community events. The hardwood hammock, pastureland, prairie and wetland ecosystems inspire nature and wildlife enthusiasts, while the park amenities invite group activities. With a view toward a small nature lake, the event pavilion with kitchen, and 2 small pavilions and grills beside a larger lake are near a playground and restrooms.
A family picnic shelter and individual picnic tables are around the lake, with volleyball facilities nearby. The large lake features a natural canoe launch (fishing is welcomed there and in the tributaries, although swimming is not allowed). A rustic tent camping site and woodland nature trail are on the south side of the lake. Another trail with botanical markers is located near the large pavilion.
Facility Reservations: (321) 633-1874
  • Event Pavilion (seats up to 1400)
  • 2 Small Pavilions (seat 48 each)
  • Family Picnic Shelter (seats 10)
  • Rustic Camp Sites for Non-Profit Organizations

Watchable Wildlife: Migratory Songbirds, Hawk, Osprey, Alligator, Armadillo, Feral Hog, Raccoon, Snake, Turtle, Whitetail Deer

ADA Access: Parking, Restrooms, Pavilions, Playground

Dos & Don’ts:
  • Service animals only.
  • Alcoholic beverages in designated areas only.
  • Other restrictions as posted.
F. Burton Smith Regional Park
7575 W. King St (Hwy 520)
Cocoa, FL 32926
(321) 633-1874



Park open after 7 AM until dark, except for scheduled use.


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