All City of Casselberry Parks are CLOSED starting at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, November 9 and will remain CLOSED Thursday, November 10, and Friday, November 11 due to the threat posed by Tropical Storm Nicole. Most parks are expected to REOPEN Saturday, November 12 after damage assessment has been conducted. Please check back for more updates.
The multi-purpose field at Secret Lake Park will remain CLOSED Saturday, November 12 and Sunday, November 13.
Ensuring that every resident is within walking distance of a public park is of the utmost importance to the City. Casselberry Parks and Facilities manages 17 parks providing a total of 122 acres of developed and undeveloped park space. Each park is unique in its offerings, usage and future plans for development and improvement. In all, there are 3 community parks, 6 neighborhood parks (including the Pawmosa Dog Park) and 8 mini parks.
With lakeside pavilions, tennis courts, fishing piers, boardwalks, multi-purpose fields, fitness trails, woodland paths, and playgrounds, every park has its own distinct charm. For more park information, email the Recreation Division..