Relax, walk your dog, enjoy a picnic lunch or dinner, fish in the lake, or just relax and soak up nature.
- St. Andrews Boulevard and Wickham Road
- Inverness Avenue near St. Croix
- Jordan Blass Drive and St. Andrews Boulevard
- North Pinehurst and Wickham Road
- North Pinehurst near Mission Oak Drive
Over five acres overlooking a scenic lake. The park is located at 409 Interlachen Road and features a pavilion, basketball half court, Little League ball field and shaded playground with slides, swings, climbing bars, and other fun stuff for children.
Jack Mahon Park
Located on over fifteen acres, this park features a huge shaded playground with a contemporary set of play equipment, including twisting and straight slides, climbing and hanging bars, tire swing along with toddler and children swings. A covered pavilion offers fans and electricity to house your party or event at any time of the year.
You’ll also find regulation basketball, bocce ball and horseshoe courts. Bocce ball and horseshoe equipment is available free (with $20 refundable deposit) at the SMHA office. There’s a regulation size soccer field that is also used for baseball.
Lakes and Waterways
Over 1,000 acres of lakes and waterways provide spectacular scenes of tranquility and nature. Residents are allowed to fish in these lakes and non-motorized boats, kayaks, and canoes are also permitted.
Our lakes and waterways are a vital key to the area’s stormwater management. Under the guidance of St. Johns River Water Management District and the cooperation of Brevard County, Suntree maintains a series of weirs to control water levels throughout the year and during serious storms. Suntree follows the Florida Department of Environmental Protection maintenance control plan.
Suntree’s recreational vehicle storage facility is available to residents at a nominal fee. The fee is well below area market rates. The facility is located at 7550 Spyglass Hill Road and houses a wide variety including boats, motor homes, campers, and trailers. Additional details are available at the SMHA Office.
Suntree residents enjoy over 100 miles of winding trails throughout the community. Whether it’s a casual stroll, jogging, riding your bike, skating, or taking your children for a ride, you’ll encounter a myriad of plant species and a wide variety of birds and animals. These lovely trails accentuate the gifts of Mother Nature.
Tennis and Pickleball
Jack Mahon Park now has a tennis/pickleball court. Constructed in 2017, in spite of the hurricane, it is available for singles or doubles play.