Nocatee Spray Park
Spray Park is Nocatee's newest water amenity. Nocatee Spray Park is available to Nocatee residents only and their accompanied guests. The four-story above ground interactive spray playground, the tallest of its kind in Northeast Florida, gives residents the opportunity to interact with the water while sliding, climbing and playing in a tropical island setting. The main pool has over 17,000 square feet of surface area, making it the largest pool in Nocatee, almost twice as large as the Lagoon Pool in Nocatee Splash Park. There are over 75 water features on the Spray structure.
Serenity Bay, a family swimming pool, is located at the entrance of the Spray Water Park, featuring shallow-water seating and a beach entry. This pool area is secured to keep small children from wandering in or out.
For the thrill seekers, two brand new action slides were recently added to the Spray Park, making Nocatee the first master-planned community in Northeast Florida. The first is a dueling head-first mat slide, providing side-by-side racing thrills with two twisting and turning lanes. Racers can speed through a tight 360-degree loop with intense G-forces before accelerating to the finish line. The second is a two-person tube slide that pushes the limits of gravity and allows residents to ride with a friend or family member.
For Nocatee's youngest residents, Scuttle Cove is a smaller spray park for younger children. Also included is Paradise Park playground featuring multiple tunnels, astro turf and shaded areas.
The neighboring event field, Nocatee Station Field is the new home for community events and concerts, including the monthly Nocatee Farmers Market, the Roscolusa Songwriters Festival, drive-in movie nights, concerts and more. Blue Water Bar & Grill is also accessible from the new event field.
The Nocatee Spray Park is located between the Nocatee Community Park and Nocatee Swim Club, on the western side of Crosswater Parkway.
To learn more about Spray Water Park and Nocatee's award-winning amenities, stop by the Nocatee Welcome Center or call (904) 924-6863.