Crestview Florida Community Network


Department of Parks & Recreation

Information and Photos Courtesy of City of Crestview Web Page


The City of Crestview, Florida maintains several parks and recreational areas.  The parks are spread throughout the city and are used for everything for small BBQ get togethers, sporting events and festivals & fairs.   The Parks & Recreation department is dedicated to providing quality recreatinal opportunities for the residents of Crestview and surrounding communities.


Allen Park



This 8-acre facility, located on McClelland Street consists of a picnic area, softball field, outdoor basketball court, children's playground and a youth recreational center. The recreational center is staffed with City personnel and is open 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Children can play pool, table games, watch TV, do their homework or just hang out in a well supervised atmosphere.



Beaver Creak Park



Beaver Creek Park is quiet park located on the south end of Crestview and provides a nice retreat for residents who live in the John King Road area. This park features picnic tables, BBQ grills, and a small pond for fishing. The park entrance is located off of the end cul-de-sac on Mill Pond Cove.


Countryview Park



Countryview Park is one of our newer additions to the Crestview Parks and Recreation facilities. A $93,000 grant was received from the Florida Recreation Development Assistance Program (FRDAP) in 1998 for the park. This 33-acre area features a 300' x 150' grass playing field, 50' x 80' multi-purpose court, playground, covered picnic pavilion, restrooms and drinking fountains. The park entrance is located off of Northview Drive, just west of Jeffryscot Drive. This park proudly serves the south end of Crestview and the Countryview Subdivision residents.



Beaver Creak Park



The Durell Lee Park is one of the finest youth baseball/softball facilities in Northwest Florida. This 10-acre park has a regulation T-ball field, 3 baseball/softball fields, and a concession stand/press box building. All of the fields are lighted and a real showcase for the area. Durell Lee Park is located on First Avenue, accessible from Valley Road or Brackin Street



Old Spanish Trail Park



The Spanish Trail Park is one of Crestview's newer developments with a 26-acres site. This park has an adult softball complex and the fields are utilized for the soccer leagues in the Fall. Along with the softball fields, the park houses two pavilions, grills, restrooms and the Senior Center. The other vast undeveloped area within the park is the setting for circuses, fairs, and carnivals. This park is located on Stillwell Blvd., one block off of North Ferdon Blvd. (Hwy 85).



Twin Hills Park



This 24-acre park located on Highway 90 East is the hub of the Parks and Recreation Department's overall operations. Twin Hills Park is home to our football, soccer and basketball leagues. The outdoor facilities consist of a stadium, playground, tennis courts, basketball courts, outdoor beach volleyball, picnic tables, BBQ grills and a beautiful lake. The park also has a recreation building which features an indoor gymnasium. The most recent addition to Twin Hills Park is the beautiful Children's Park. The Children's Park features many colorful pieces of state-of-the-art children's play equipment. This Children's Park is a wonderful addition to Twin Hills Park and the residents of Crestview. Twin Hills Park is located on the corner of Highway 90 East at North Hathaway Street (.3 miles east from the intersection of Highways 90 and 85).



Environmental Center



This park has become a real asset to Crestview and the area's students. The park provides a learning environment like no other and was acquired from the Florida Division of Forestry. Over 100 trees are identified in the park. These trees are indigenous to the state of Florida. An outdoor covered picnic pavilion has proven to be an excellent site for field trips and Easter egg hunts. The Environmental Museum on the site offers a great educational tool for our area students. All displays on hand are relative to the forestry industry that helped found the Northwest Florida and Crestview area years ago. Several hundred children visit this park each school year. The Environmental Center is located on Butler Circle (off of Mapoles Street), right next to the fire tower in Crestview.



Contact Information:
Parks and Recreation Department
Hours of Operation: 7:00 am to 5:00 pm (Monday - Thursday)
Phone: (850) 682-4715/682-6132 Ext 132
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