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Innerarity Point Park Opening May 20

Published May 19, 2020
Published May 19, 2020

Innerarity Point Park, located at 3835 Cruzat Way, will open to the public Wednesday, May 20, 2020 at sunrise. The park will be open daily from sunrise to sunset, and Escambia County would like to remind residents to maintain social distancing. A ceremony will be scheduled for a later date.

The completed project is approximately four acres and provides an open space for community gatherings, ADA accessible boardwalk, dock large enough for fishing and kayak launch, large and small capacity covered pavilions, two playgrounds, restrooms with rinse off areas, parking and native shoreline vegetation. 

"I am thrilled to announce the final paperwork has been completed to open this crown jewel of a park in Escambia County," District 2 Commissioner Doug Underhill said. "This park is beyond the caliber of anything that Escambia County has ever known, and will be enjoyed for generations to come." 

Innerarity Point Park was funded through the Deepwater Horizon NRDA early restoration funds as part of the Florida Coastal Access Project. The park is the result of Escambia County, the Trust for Public Land and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection working together to enhance the public’s access to nearby natural resources and complement the adjacent Galvez Boat Ramp.

The public may contact Escambia County Parks and Recreation at 850-475-5220 or email for more information. The use of this park is first-come, first-serve. No reservations are taken.

Innerarity Point Park sign

Innerarity Point Park 2

Innerarity Point Park Pavillion

Innerarity Point Park ADA dock

Innerarity Point Park Launch

Innerarity Point Park ADA dock

Innerarity Point Park

Innerarity Point Park playground

Innerarity Point Park Rendering

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