A protected area of over 300 acres that runs north to south along Ron Sapp Egans Creek, the Greenway was opened for public use in the summer of 2000 as an undeveloped park for passive recreational use.
Its grass-covered roads serve as a network of trails that are suitable for walking and bicycling, and its environment exhibits a variety of natural wildlife and vegetation. Local wildlife, such as alligators, snakes, marsh rabbits, and many birds, may be enjoyed from a distance. Benches and interpretive displays are located throughout the Greenway, and restrooms are available at the Nature Pavilion, located at the Greenway entrance behind the Atlantic Recreation Center on Atlantic Avenue.
Ron Sapp Egans Creek Greenway brochures (with trails maps) are available at the Atlantic Recreation Center office and trailheads at Atlantic Avenue, Jasmine Street, and Sadler Road; or download one here:
If you would like to visit the Greenway and require assistance under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), please contact Kathy Russell, Ron Sapp Egans Creek Greenway Manager, at 904-310-3489, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Greenway may be accessed from:
Behind the Atlantic Recreation Center at 2500 Atlantic Avenue
Jasmine Street - two entrances (between Citrona Drive and Fletcher Avenue on Jasmine)
Citrona Drive from the extensions of Beech Street and Hickory Street
Sadler Road, behind the Residence Inn (2301 Sadler Road)
Parking is available in the Atlantic Recreation Center parking lot; along the right-of-way on Jasmine Street; and behind the Residence Inn on Sadler Road.