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Apalachee Regional Park

You may know the 100+ acre Leon County Apalachee Regional Park for hosting record-setting cross country events--and which in 2021 will host the NCCA Cross Country champions, the first time in Florida's history. But did you know that the Apalachee Regional Park is also home to four full-sized multipurpose fields, and a radio-control airplane landing strip and facility? And that's not all! Over the next five years, Leon County will be adding even more amenities and attractions to the park as the old landfill undergoes closure. You can read a bit more about the County's five-year master plan below.

Also, in the cross country off season, you can hike and bike around the course. To learn more, visit Leon County's Trailahassee website. Trailahassee is a great resource for hikers, bikers, and paddlers from across our region to learn about what Leon County has to offer.

Apalachee Regional Park Master Plan

Leon County created a five-year master plan to help guild the transition of the Solid Waste Management Facility into a prominent regional park. With the landfill closing in 2015, Leon County began a process examining constraints, features, and garnering community input about what the vision could become over time. The master plan builds on the success of existing active sports fields, the cross country course, and the unique amenity of a remote control air field. As seen in the maps below, some amenities will include additional cross country facilities, camping spots, disc golf, and so much more.

To learn more, contact Leon County Parks and Recreation at (850) 606-1470. You can also read material from the Apalachee Master Plan workshop here: http://www2.leoncountyfl.gov/coadmin/agenda/Workshops/ws120171024.pdf

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Contact

To learn more about the Apalachee Regional Park and how you can use the facility, contact Leon County Parks and Recreation at (850) 606-1470.

To learn more about special events in Leon County and how you could host a regional event at Apalachee Regional park, contact Leon County Tourism Development at (850) 606-2305.