County Logo
 
Missing South Area Banner

Click on a Park Area

Brevard County Park Areas

Palm Bay Regional Park


Vote for a park right here in your community www.nrpa.org/beinspired

 
Our Local Parks make Brevard County a better place to live. By providing safe places to get active, enjoy nature, preserve the environment and bring people together, our parks are essential to our health and well-being. That is why from April 1 to April 30 Brevard County residents will have the opportunity to help one of three park projects and give them a chance to receive $20,000 in grant funding to make improvements.

The projects are:

  • Bernice Jackson / Walter Butler Soccer Field in Sharpes
  • EEL Program’s Sams House Nature Pavilion at Pine Island

       Conservation Area in Merritt Island

  • Wickham Park Community Garden in Melbourne


By visiting: 

www.NRPA.org/BeInspired, park supporters can vote daily for their favorite park project. At the end of April the project with the most votes will receive the grant funding.




This 200-acre regional park is home to the South Brevard Football Club, the Bayside Bears, and the Brevard Caribbean American Sports and Cultural Association. Four lakes attract fishermen, and rustic group camping is available by permit for organized youth groups. Facilities include athletic fields, basketball and volleyball courts, restrooms, picnic area, playground, pavilion with 3 grills, bicycle/walking trail and 9 hole disc golf course. Completed Parks Referendum Project improvements include softball and baseball fields, restroom / concession / meeting room buildings, a dog park and restroom, youth camping area, additional lakes, 2 playgrounds, benches, and pavilion, and a pavilion with restroom / concession / dressing room (Cricket facility).


The Ted Whitlock Community Center is also located inside Palm Bay Regional Park. The 18,000 sq. ft. community center offers a gymnasium, banquet kitchen, one large multi-use/banquet room with divider, 3 small meeting rooms, game room, and two sets of restrooms (one with showers).

PBRP Color Map
 
Click map to enlarge
 

Upcoming Events


 
Facility Reservations: (321) 952-3231
  • Community Center
  • Gymnasium
  • Kitchen
  • Large meeting room with divider
  • 3 small meeting rooms
  • Game Room
  • Small pavilion (seats 36)
  • Youth group camping area

Watchable Wildlife: Deer, Turkey, Alligator, Snake, Duck, Sandhill Crane, Owl

ADA Access: Parking, Restrooms, Community Center, Pavilion, Playground, Drinking Fountain, Paved Walkway

Dos & Don’ts:
  • Service animals only.
  • Alcoholic beverages in designated areas only.
  • Other restrictions as posted.


Athletic League Information

For information about Parks and Recreation sponsored adult leagues,
please call (321) 255-4400.

For organization contacts for youth leagues, and for Palm Bay Soccer Club, and Brevard Caribbean American Sports and Cultural Association see our Recreation Partners listing on our Leagues Page.



 Church Softball League Links
Brevard Church Softball Assoc (Jan-May)
www.brevardcsa.com
Ironman Church Softball League (Jul-Nov)
ironmansoftball.wikifoundry.com


 Senior Softball League Links
Brevard Super Senior 55+ Softball League (Mon)
www.SuperSeniorSoftball.com
Brevard Senior 50+ Softball Association (Thur)
ccsoftball.wikifoundry.com




Click for On-line Registration
On-line Registration

Palm Bay Regional Park
1951 Malabar Road NW
Palm Bay, FL 32907
(321) 952-3231



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

Community Center
Monday - Thursday, 12 PM - 9 PM
Friday, 12 PM - 8 PM

Saturday, 10 AM - 3 PM for
scheduled use


Come Visit Us Today!

Contact Webmaster about this website's content, services, or technical issues.
Board of County Commissioners
2725 Judge Fran Jamieson Way  Viera, FL 32940
Tel: (321) 633-2000
Subscribe to Brevard County Public Information Releases and Newsletters
Subscribe to Brevard County Public Information Releases
County Webmail | Using Our Site | Privacy Statement | ADA Notice | Site Map
Copyright © 2015 Brevard County, Florida. All rights reserved.

Under Florida law, e-mail addresses are public records. If you do not want your e-mail address released in response to a public-records request, do not send electronic mail to this entity. Instead, contact this office by phone or in writing.