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Lake Washington Park

This shaded 25.96-acre community river park is along the shore of Lake Washington which accesses the St. Johns River. The park has ramps for power boats and a launch area for airboats. Fishing is popular from the lake and fishing pier. Parking is available for cars and trailers. Other facilities include restrooms, a large pavilion, picnic shelters, and a playground connected by a paved walkway.
Activities:
  • Fishing (2 shoreline designated areas)
  • Picnics
  • Strolling

Facility Reservations:  (321) 255-4400
  • Large Pavilion (seats 162)
  • 3 Family Picnic Shelters (seat 17 each)

Watchable Wildlife: Listed in State of Florida Great Florida Birding Trail—Waders, Eagle, Purple Gallinule, Marsh and Sedge Wrens, Limpkin, Snail Kite, Sparrow; Bobolink (during migration)

ADA Access: Parking, Restrooms, Pavilions

Do's & Don’ts:
  • Service animals only or dogs on short leash and only when leading dog between vehicle and boat.
  • Alcoholic beverages in designated areas only.
  • Other restrictions as posted.
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Lake Washington Park
6000 Lake Washington Rd
Melbourne, FL 32934
(321) 255-4400



Boat ramps open 24 hours a day.


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