Nocatee Spray Park will feature a four-story, above-ground interactive spray playground and water slide tower – the tallest of its kind in Northeast Florida.
The PARC Group, developer of Nocatee, has released renderings for the Nocatee Spray Park, featuring a 42-foot water slide tower, five slides, a resort-style beach and interactive spray features. With more than 100,000 square feet, the park is the largest addition to the master-planned community since its founding more than a decade ago.
Nocatee residents and their guests will be able to interact with water features such as being sprayed while sliding, climbing and playing in a tropical island setting. Park construction is expected to be completed by the end of 2018.
“The addition of the Nocatee Spray Park is part of our ongoing commitment to continually raise the bar for fun and and unparalleled lifestyle in Nocatee,” said Rick Ray, Chairman of Nocatee’s Tolomato Community Development District and President of The PARC Group. “The size and scope of the water features are very unique for a community amenity.”
Slated to open in late 2018, Nocatee Spray Park will have interactive features for kids and adults, centered around Whale Harbor, a four-story water slide tower that will be the tallest water slide in Northeast Florida – 25 percent higher than Top Tide Slides in the Nocatee Splash Park. The Spray Park will also include Serenity Bay, a resort-style beach environment with beach volleyball; Scuttle Cove, a smaller spray park for younger children; and Paradise Park playground. Blue Water Bar & Grill, a restaurant serving both food and drinks, will also open in the Spray Park by the end of the year.
The neighboring event field, which will be more than twice the size of the current event area, will be the new home for community events and concerts, including the monthly Nocatee Farmers Market, the Roscolusa country music festival, drive-in movie nights, concerts and more. Blue Water Bar & Grill will also be accessible from the new event field.