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Shade Structure at
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LATEST NEWS HEADLINES
Woodland Trails Park opens June 16
PORT ST. LUCIE – Woodland Trails park -- the City of Port St. Lucie’s first new neighborhood park in more than a decade -- will open to the public on Saturday, June 16.
The 13-acre park, named by residents in the Woodland Trails community, is between SW Edinburgh Drive and SW Calmar Avenue. Woodland Trails Park will include a dog park, natural buffer, open space play area, parking and pavilion with picnic tables, playground, outdoor fitness equipment, restrooms and sidewalk connection to Becker Road.
The community is invited to the grand opening celebration with local dignitaries on June 16 at 9 a.m. at the park.
“Woodland Trails is excited to have this new park as a part of the neighborhood. It will not only increase recreational opportunities in Southwestern Port St. Lucie, but it also will enhance our sense of community and give us a new place to go to get to know our neighbors,” said Port St. Lucie Vice Mayor Shannon Martin.
Woodland Trails Park is a much-needed neighborhood park for Southwestern Port St. Lucie, and this property was designated in 2002 as a future park site. This park was funded with recycling revenue through the City’s Neighborhood Improvement and Community Engagement (NICE) program.
This will be the City’s first neighborhood park since the construction of Elks Lodge/Friendship Park in 2005.