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Four volunteers at shoreline collecting litter

International Coastal Cleanup 2023

September 7, 2023

The International Coastal Cleanup/Florida Coastal Cleanup is part of the annual international effort to keep the oceans (and all shorelines) clean. Join us for these cleanups of the St. Johns River shoreline at two locations: Fort Caroline National Memorial12713 Ft Caroline RdMeet at visitor’s center9 – 11 AM Reddie Point Preserve4499 Yachtsman WayMeet at pavilion by the pier8 – 10 … Read more

Sidewalk on right leads to pavilion with lake on the left.

Remove Graffiti at Beach and Peach Urban Park

October 13, 2022

Join us to paint over the graffiti at the pavilions, trim trails around the park, and pick up litter at Beach and Peach Urban Park. Wear closed-toe shoes and bring a reusable water bottle. Visit our Volunteer page for age requirements, instructions, and the full list of upcoming volunteer projects in the parks.

Four volunteers posing in a garden

Weeding at Riverside Park garden

October 13, 2022

This volunteer project has changed to weeding the camellia beds at Riverside Park on the Westside. We will be: weeding (and if there is time, trash pickup). There are 8 beds that need weeding. please bring gardening gloves and any hoes/gardening tools/etc. you might like. Plus a full reuseable water bottle. A volunteer team leader will have snacks. Note: this … Read more

Volunteers on shoreline collecting litter with park ranger on the right

Post-Hurricane Ian Shoreline Cleanup

October 13, 2022

Join us for a shoreline cleanup at Fort Caroline National Memorial. Presumably 3 years worth of debris got dumped in one day by Hurricane Ian! Wear closed-toe shoes and clothes you don’t mind getting dirty. Bring a reusable water bottle and, if you have them, small hand/gardening tools which help in digging up debris. Visit our Volunteer page for the … Read more

International Coastal Cleanup 2022

August 11, 2021

The International Coastal Cleanup is part of the annual international effort to keep the oceans (and all shorelines) clean. Join us for these cleanups of the St. Johns River shoreline at three locations: Fort Caroline National Memorial 12713 Ft Caroline Rd Meet at visitor’s center 9 – 11 AM Castaway Island Preserve 2921 San Pablo Rd S Meet at education … Read more

International Coastal Cleanup 2021

August 11, 2021

Join us at one of the locations when we host International Coastal Cleanup in the parks. Please check back—details will be posted soon.

The St. Johns River Celebration 26th Annual Cleanup

January 14, 2021

Join Timucuan Parks Foundation as we partner with the City of Jacksonville and Keep Jacksonville Beautiful in their annual city-wide St. Johns River Celebration 26th Annual Cleanup. We will host cleanups at: Fort Caroline National Memorial (9-11AM), 12713 Fort Caroline Rd Reddie Point Preserve (8-11AM), 4499 Yachtsman Way Castaway Island Preserve (8-11AM), 2921 San Pablo Rd S All volunteers should … Read more

The St. Johns River Celebration 26th Annual Cleanup

January 14, 2021

Join Timucuan Parks Foundation as we partner with the City of Jacksonville and Keep Jacksonville Beautiful in their annual city-wide St. Johns River Celebration 26th Annual Cleanup. We will host cleanups at: Fort Caroline National Memorial (9-11AM), 12713 Fort Caroline Rd Reddie Point Preserve (8-11AM), 4499 Yachtsman Way Castaway Island Preserve (8-11AM), 2921 San Pablo Rd S All volunteers should … Read more

Florida Coastal Cleanup – 2 Locations

September 7, 2020

[cmsms_row][cmsms_column data_width=”2/3″][cmsms_text] Join this annual International Coastal Cleanup effort to keep the oceans (and all shorelines) clean—TPF will be conducting a cleanup of the St. Johns River shoreline at two locations: Kathryn Abbey Hanna Park 500 Wonderwood Dr Follow gate attendant direction 9 AM – 11 AM Reddie Point Preserve 4499 Yachtsman Way Meet at pavilion by the pier 9 … Read more

Florida Coastal Cleanup – 2 Locations

September 7, 2020

[cmsms_row][cmsms_column data_width=”2/3″][cmsms_text] Join this annual International Coastal Cleanup effort to keep the oceans (and all shorelines) clean—TPF will be conducting a cleanup of the St. Johns River shoreline at two locations: Kathryn Abbey Hanna Park 500 Wonderwood Dr Follow gate attendant direction 9 AM – 11 AM Reddie Point Preserve 4499 Yachtsman Way Meet at pavilion by the pier 9 … Read more