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Parks and Facilities
Cherry Lake Park
Located on 40 acres of land Cherry Lake Park is our cities newest addition. Phase 1 of the park was completed in April 2020 and includes a basketball court, small pavilion and restrooms. Phase 2 is expecting to begin in June 2023, and completed in mid-2024. Phase 2 will include a destination playground with picnic and shade areas, event lawn lined with trees, new parking and drop off areas, and more...
David Blanks Playground
David Blanks Playground is a great place to come and play some basketball or take your children to play.
Downtown Festival Park
Groveland Downtown Festival Park is located at Crittenden Street and N. Main Ave, this site will host the City's festivals and gatherings while Lake David Park is under renovation. Opening on December 8th, 2018, the park houses the gazebo that was built at Lake David Park in 2002. The park is a great central location for the community to gather for events as well as relaxing afternoon picnic.
Elese Tomlin Community Center
The Elese Tomlin Community Center is owned by the City of Groveland, Florida and managed and operated by Anointed Community Services International, Inc. to offer community assistance to the Groveland community.
Jimmy Thomas Memorial Park
Jimmy Thomas Memorial Park has a baseball field, a tee-ball field, a batting cage, and a concession stand.
John Wesley Griffin Park
A pavilion complete with picnic tables, children’s playground, grills, and basketball courts, there is an abundance of things for the whole family to enjoy.
Lake David Center
The Lake David Center formerly known as the Women's Club, was constructed in the early nineteen thirties. The building is located at Lake David Park, adjacent to the skate park. It is often used for smaller community events
Lake David Park
Lake David Park is the perfect place for your next outdoor activity. Lake David features beautiful walking paths, a variety of wildlife, a skate park, splash pad, boat docks and a ramp, and much more.
Puryear Building / Community Center
The Puryear Building is the community center for the city and is considered to be one of the most historical and valuable buildings for our residents.
Ronald Sefton Gaffney Memorial Park
The 7.5 acre park site amenities include a parking lot, restroom building, dog park facilities, grassed nature trails, and more!
This area is used by our local Korean War Veterans Association, Chapter 188, South Lake County, and they are very proud to have dedicated the monument to Korean War Veterans who fought valiantly for our country.
The City of Groveland has established this Senior Center to provide a safe and comfortable place for local seniors to gather, socialize, learn new things, and enjoy each other’s company.