Parks MSTU

Okaloosa County's diverse natural environment plays a vital role in preserving our wealth of outdoor activities.

The County is proud of its recreational resources and we are always striving to improve the quality of life for our citizens. Over the past year, Parks staff has worked on numerous improvements throughout the County Park system.

Marler Park

In addition to boat ramps, a handicapped accessible fishing dock, playground, swimming and picnicking amenities, Marler Park boasts a walking trail through re-established natural habitat and wetlands. There are interpretive signs and an educational area for families or groups to learn a little more about the native environment. During the reconstruction of the park the native plants and nesting areas were retained as much as possible and additional low water using native plant landscaping added to increase habitat areas.  The pier is scheduled for a much-needed renovation this year.

Sunset Park

A long dormant neighborhood park on Lang Road that used to only contain an open play area now highlights play structures specifically designed for handicapped children. The County matched funds raised by the neighborhood and designed a park for their specific needs. The renamed “Sunset Park” also provides a walking trail and bench seating.

Seminole Park

Seminole Park has a playing field, bathrooms, playground, and walking path that meet the needs of the community.

Game and Practice Field Schedules

County Parks Staff is working closely with several youth athletics groups to establish schedules for the much in demand game and practice fields for various sports.

Please explore and enjoy a County park today!