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This is a small park on the Halifax River, Intracoastal Waterway. It is next to an older home that serves as the office of the city attorney.
There are probably less than 10 parking spots...a couple on a pad for handicapped access. There is a...More
This small park is a treasure. Sitting directly on the Halifax River it is a bit of a fairy tale land. Shaded in most areas this well manicured park has paths which are adorned with native plants and flowers. A small bridge crisis over a...More
It was here that the last living American Civil War full-rank general, Adelbert Ames, chose to build a home where he died in 1933 at the age of 97. The walrus that Mrs. Ames sculpted still bobs above the river surface on the south side...More
A lovely little park for strolling through or just sit quietly and enjoy the day. Right across the street is another historic site in Ormond Beach, the Indian Burial Mound. A great site for watching shore birds, I often take photos here.
We discovered this delightful park while riding bicycles from the B&B we were staying at. The glimpses of history related by the display and surviving sculptures were a wonderful thing to learn about and see.
We found this quiet little park while looking for the Ormond Burial Mound. It had walking paths, a short pier, lots of concrete sculptures, a visitors shelter containing the history of the park and The Worlds Smallest Amphitheater. There is a small concrete structure at...More