Gamble Rogers is a small park tucked gently between the shores of the Atlantic Ocean and the Intercoastal Waterway.
This 145-acre park is named for Florida folk singer and storyteller Gamble Rogers. Swim and play in the surf of the Atlantic Ocean, build castles in the golden-brown coquina sand or watch pelicans glide along the dunes and ocean waves. Anglers can catch red drum, whiting, flounder and trout from the banks of the river or along the beach, with toes in the sand.
Take a walk and experience the plant and animal life in the shady maritime hammock or enjoy a picnic with watermelon and ice cream at one of the park’s many sheltered tables or explore the park in search of a geocache.