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Snowden Park
aerial photo of Snowden Park 2011


Located southwest of downtown at 902 Waller Street.   MAP
GPS Coordinates:  Lat: 28o 00' 27.00" N    Long: 82o 07' 51.00" W

The park was named on July 24, 1967 in honor of Ronald L. Snowden (11/4/1953 - 8/30/1964), a young man who devoted his short life to recreational activities in the city, particularly with youth baseball, and exemplified the highest standard of citizenship and sportsmanship.

Park amenities include:
  • Two lighted baseball fields:
    • North - youth league size field:  Left 200’, Center 245’, Right 200’
    • South - senior league size field:  Left 285’, Center 350’, Right 300’
  • Bleachers

  • Score Booths
  • One lighted basketball court
  • Three picnic pavilions
  • Playground
  • Swings
  • Restrooms
  • .4 mile paved walking trail loop with a .2 mile paved trail connector to Grant Street and the Grant-Hunter Pond facility currently under renovation. 

Visiting us for a tournament? Please stay at our local hotels! Click here for details!

To schedule use of the fields, please contact the Recreation & Parks Department Athletic Manager's office at (813) 659-4255.

Snowden Park Pavilion 3.JPG
City of Plant City 302 W. Reynolds St P.O. Box C Plant City, Fl. 33563 Ph: (813) 659-4200
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