Matanzas Park


Is This Your Business?

This is a county maintained park also know as the SE Intracostal Park. This is a new park so it is only listedon the St. Johns county Parks and recreation website. They provide a map in PDF format on that website. There are trails that extend along the eastern bank of the Intracoastal Waterway. There is plenty of cover and the winding pathway makes for easy recovery. The paths are wide and well maintained.
Crowd: Guys from 20's to 50's.

Neighbourhood: Crescent Beach

Who's Coming

Guys from 20's to 50's.

From St. Augustine - Take US-1 south to County Road 207. Turn Left and go until it dead ends into US Hwy A1A. Turn Right (south)on A1A for 4 miles you will see the park on the right hand side of the road. If coming from St. Augustine Bch, go south on A1A. Turn into circular drive and park near trail entrance at rear of drive.
Cross street: CR207 and US Hwy A1A
  • Crowd:Guys from 20's to 50's.
  • Hours:Open during daylight hours only and according to season. Sunrise to Sunset.
    Best times: Afternoons after 2pm til dark.
    Dates open: open year round
  • Cruising Info/ Tips:Make eye contact and look for crotch rubs or adjustments of crotch. Take insect repellant as the mosquitos are aggressive at times.
    Cruisiest Spots: Trails that are to the right and marked with signs. The trails make a loop so you can't get lost.
  • Wheelchair Accessible:No
  • Warnings:Lurkers that follow you after you express no interest.
    Warnings: This park is located in St. Johns county fl and the sheriff department patrols on occasion. Don't be too aggressive and stay aware of who may be coming up the trail as this park is frequented by tourists who visit the Fort next door. Not everyone is there for the same reason so discretion is a must.
whos coming to Matanzas Park
  • With the warmer weather the park should be busy. Anyone planing to go there this weekend?

    Commented on 12/25/2008 8:18:56 AM