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Kit Land Nelson Park

Features

  1. Gazebo
  2. Picnic Areas
  3. Playground
  4. Racquetball Courts
  5. Splash Pad
Kit Land Nelson Park is a 5 acre facility located off of Park Avenue between First Street and Orange Street. 

Originally known as "City Park," Kit Land Nelson Park was renamed in honor of Katherine "Kit" Land Nelson, Mayor John Land's sister, after she passed away. Kit was a great supporter of our parks and foliage industry and was a proud member of the Apopka Woman's Club.


Splash Pad

 

 

The City splash pad at Kit Land Nelson Park includes features with some such fun names as the Mega Soaker – a large bucket that drops 40 gallons of water at a time. A Sneaky Soaker has smaller splash buckets mounted on a tall pole with a water shower head. Splash Blasters are small water cannons, a Fun-Guy is a mushroom-shaped sprayer for toddlers, the Fun-Brella creates a curtain of water and a Spray Tunnel sprays water from a series of ground spouts.

The Splash Pad is open at 50% capacity. 

Hours of Operation

Through August 7, 2020: The Splash Pad is open on Tuesday through Sunday from 10 AM to 6 PM (50% capacity).

From August 8, 2020 to September 27, 2020: The Splash Pad will be open from 10 AM to 6 PM on weekends only (50% capacity). 


Cost: 

$2 per person (all ages) to enter the wet area. 

For information please contact 407-703-1642.


Apopka Farmers Market

Will return on Thursday, September 3, 2020


Thursdays from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Explore a local variety of produce, food, crafts, and more.
For more information about this event visit www.apopkafarmersmarket.com.

Please check our Alert Center for updates on closures and weather updates. 

For additional information please call, 407-703-1642.