Nocatee unveiled its Spray Water Park to community residents and the general public on Saturday, March 9.
The newest attraction features more than 100,000 square feet encompassing a 42-foot water slide tower, five slides and interactive spray features. The amenity centers around Whale Harbor, a four-story water slide tower that is the tallest of its kind in Northeast Florida. The Spray Water Park also features Serenity Bay, a resort-style beach environment with beach volleyball; Scuttle Cove, a smaller spray park for younger children; Paradise Park playground; and Blue Water Bar & Grill, a restaurant serving both food and drinks.
The neighboring event field, which will be more than twice the size of the current event area, will be the new home for community events and concerts, including the monthly Nocatee Farmers Market, the Roscolusa country music festival, drive-in movie nights, concerts and more.
Before the Spray Water Park was unveiled, event attendees enjoyed various attractions in this field, including food trucks, a petting zoo and booths manned by local businesses. The Austin Park Band and Nease Drumline also performed.
The opening of the attraction was made official with a ribbon-cutting ceremony with representatives of Nocatee’s master developer, the PARC Group, and representatives of the Tolomato Community Development District. Subsequently, Nocatee hosted tours of the Spray Water Park for residents and the public. The festivities concluded with the amenity being open to residents for the rest of the afternoon.
For more information, visit https://www.nocatee.com/.