Kathryn Abbey Hanna Park trails
City of Jacksonville Oceanfront Park. Natural resource management includes 1.5 miles of Atlantic Oceanfront beaches and sand dunes that is active nesting habitat for sea turtles; 480 acres of densely, forested mature coastal hammock; and 60 acres of inland ponds in a designated Fish Management Area. The park offers a variety of natural resource based recreational opportunities including, salt and fresh water fishing, surfing, kayaking, birding, beach recreation, over 20 miles of hiking and off-road biking trails. Active recreation and rental facilities include picnic shelters, an oceanfront banquet hall, a 293 site campground for tents, RVs, and cabins, a boat concession, playgrounds, volleyball, an event field and a kids splash park. Permitted events include surf contests, off-road bicycle races, triathlons, running events, astronomy viewings, corporate gatherings, reunions, beach weddings, church picnics, etc. The park is a very popular recreation site accommodating more than 8,500 patrons in a given day averaging over 400,000 customers per year. Hanna Park is a seven day a week operation, 365 days a year. reservations taken up to 360 days in advance. Permits required 30 days in advance for groups or equipment set-up.