City of Fernandina Beach
Press Release
April 29, 2017 2:00 p.m.

Aaron Morgan, founder and president of 8 Flags Playscapes an organization that spearheaded the formation of the new Egans Creek Park, leads a tour of the Egans Creek Park earlier today.

8 Flags Playscapes, Inc., a local non-profit, in partnership with the City of Fernandina Beach is proud to announce the opening of the new Egans Creek Park on April 29, 2017, at 4:00 p.m.

The mission of 8 Flags Playscapes is to enhance the community through the development of recreational environments that are universally accessible to all. The new Egans Creek Park features an accessible ¼-mile walking trail with fitness stations, accessible fitness equipment, a meditation labyrinth, an accessible fishing dock, and an accessible kayak launch.

Additionally, a large pavilion, accessible restrooms, and gazebos have been constructed at the park. To further enhance the space, a significant focus on the landscape design of the park included planting twelve Southern Live Oaks and a number of native species of plants placed in gardens throughout.

We invite you to be a part of this special occasion as we celebrate one of Amelia Island’s newest treasures.

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Steven Crounse
Steven Crounse
5 years ago

Went to the dedication today. Thought about all the Volunteers it took to put this park together. The giving of time and monies it took to accomplish this masterpiece. God I Love this Community. Thanks to all of you.

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