Join us on Sierra Club’s next “2nd Saturdays Outing” as part of Mayor Brown’s People+Parks Connection.
Hanna Park consists of 447 acres of mature coastal hammock, a large freshwater pond, camping facilities, and 1.5 miles of beach. This area has served as a public park since the early 1900's and became a City of Jacksonville park in the 1970's.
After our hike, you're free to take a swim in the ocean or lake, rent a kayak or canoe, or hit the bike trails. Click here for more info and a video tour.
Bring water, insect repellent, and sun tan lotion. Meet at the parking lot adjacent to the entrance station.
To get to the park entrance take Wonderwood Drive east from I-295 (East Beltway) until you come to the park entrance at the intersection with Mayport Rd. $1 admission fee per person to park.
July’s “2nd Saturday Outing” with Mayor Brown’s People+Parks Connection will be a hike at Cedar Point Preserve, part of the Timucuan Trails Parks. This will be the final outing in the series, so don't miss it!
These Sierra Club outings were announced with Mayor Alvin Brown at the end of June 2012 as part of an effort to get residents out to hike new and improved park trails, launch kayaks from newly designated sites and swim safely in Jacksonville pools, rivers and beaches.