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Jacksonville - Cuba Hunter Skateboard Park

4380 Emerson Street

The property was originally owned by John Hunter, a retired Jacksonville Sheriff’s Officer. The park is named after his daughter, who died protecting her nephew from a drunk driver. Cuba Hunter Park`s 10,000 sq. ft. skateboard facility has great features, including a 6-foot half pipe, a 7-foot quarter pipe, jump boxes, multiple rails and a bank ramp with a partial pyramid. Smooth cement and sturdy steel construction rank this site with other top city-owned skateboard parks across the country. Cuba Hunter Park also includes two playscapes, a multi-use athletic field, a 0.25mile boardwalk winding through more than 3.5 acres of wetlands, and a covered pavilion with three picnic tables and two grills. In 2005 a gymnasium with an elevated track and a community building were added. In 2006 an additional picnic pavilion was constructed near the lake. 


Sami Sadler

Wednesday, March 14, 2018
The Jacksonville Giants love hosting games and camps here. The staff is extremely nice and eager to help. The gym is always clean and the kids love the playground. We look forward to hosting more games and camps here.

Jim Mc Farlane

Monday, Jan. 29, 2018
Not bad but not spectacular. The gym floor is good for some competitive basketball.

Car Guy

Friday, March 9, 2018
I'm not too sure about the building within the park but it has a great lake, playground, and skatepark the the kids. And also a fairly small nature / Boardwalk.

Terrance Andrews

Wednesday, March 7, 2018
Was there for a Basketball game. Gym and property was nice and clean

Schuyler Jones

Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2018
The guy over open gym doesn't do his job well. Has no control over his gym and allows anybody to come in and start trouble.(fighting) Then shuts it down and ruins it for everybody. Not a good example of someone who works for a recreation center. To top it off, floor is horribly kept, ultra dusty.

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