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Reddie Point Park

Reddie Point Preserve

Arlington Reddie Point Preserve Park is extremely peaceful and new park opened in the Arlington area. The park did not have bathroom facilities when we visited and may have changed since we last visited. There is a long pier that you can walk out into the middle of the river and view up and down the St. John’s River. The park is located at the end of University Boulevard and worth the ride. The park is a haven for fisherman who like to fish from the dock in the St. John’s River. It is not that well known yet so take advantage now before more people find it. Continue reading

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