Fay Lake Wilderness Park

4.73 Votes
  • Address: 6300 Fay Blvd, Cocoa, FL 32927, USA, United States
  • Phone: +1-3216331904
  • Tags: Trail, Park, Family And Kids

The Fay Lake Wilderness Park sprawls over 192 acres in Brevard County and is a perfect weekend getaway with playgrounds, picnic pavilions, and the 27 acres fishing lake. There is a boat launching ramp beside the fishing piers where you can enjoy fishing for hours end. You can bring your dogs for a walk in the dog play area. While paddle boating along the pond, you can enjoy sighting waders, swallows, waterfowls, moorhens, and turtles. Take a hike along the trails and you can get lost in the songs of the migratory songbirds or encounter a whitetail deer. There are drinking fountains near the picnic pavilion that can accommodate up to 100 people. The kids’ playground is also a great feature of Fay Lake Wilderness Park.

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  • Fay Lake Wilderness Park Address: 6300 Fay Blvd, Cocoa, FL 32927, USA, United States
  • Fay Lake Wilderness Park Contact Number: +1-3216331904
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Fay Lake Wilderness Park Reviews & Ratings

  • A lot of fun but so hot. The is absolutely no shade here. No trees but they use to have shades over the playground for the kids but those have disappeared. Feels safe with the police station close by. Nice big pavilion for parties and bbq. Nice lake with gators and wild life.

  • I love the park. But recently people have been walking their dogs in the people park, with and w/o leashes. It is clearly posted. An accident waiting to happen.

  • disappointed, looking for a dog / family friendly park. This is a beautiful park, but dogs are only allowed in the dog park. If you want to walk on the trails with the dogs, you cannot.

  • Don't feed the gators! This is a basic but cute park. Only problem is it is obvious that people feed gators in this lake. We had a small one about 4' long come right up to the dock and wasn't at all afraid of us. This gator will need to be euthanized before it grows up and hurts someone. At it's current size it could hurt a kid or pet. Please be responsible and don't endanger others lives by feeding them! This has been a public safety announcement. 😉

  • Beautiful place, but needs some weed clean up on one of the playgrounds

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