- The park is open from sunrise to sundown.
- No overnight use.
- No motorized vehicles, fireworks, firearms, alcohol, hazardous materials, or fires are permitted.
- Dogs are welcome as long as they are leashed and their waste is not left on the trails.
- Fishing is permitted from bridges, but lines and traps must be attended at all times and may not be tied off to bridge structures.
- Do not harass wildlife:
- Don't approach too closely (defensive action from the animal may result!)
- Don't chase
- Don't allow your pet(s) to chase
- Don't throw objects
- Don't feed
- Tours for hire are not permitted. Organized guided tours by Parks & Recreation staff are available on the third Saturday of each month from 9:00-11:00am and the fourth Tuesday of each month from 10:00am-12:00pm. Please register at least one week in advance by calling the Atlantic Recreation Center at 904-310-3350. Participants should park in the Atlantic Recreation Center parking lot and meet at the Greenway entrance behind the Atlantic Recreation Center.
Scoop the Poop!
Scooping your pooch's poop isn't just a courtesy to your neighbors, it's good for the environment!
Bring it- Make sure you have a plastic bag with you on every walk.
Bag it- Scoop the poop every time.
Trash it- Dispose of pet waste in the trash or flush it (without the bag).
- Dog feces contains more intestinal bacteria than humans, cows, and almost any wild animal.
- Dog waste washes into storm drains and ditches. From there it heads straight to your local stream, river, or beach.
- The EPA reports that 2-3 days' worth of pet waste from just 100 dogs in a 20 square mile watershed can contribute enough bacteria to close a waterway to swimming and shell fishing. (US EPA, 1993)