Fun for everyone.
The trails and parks in Viera are enjoyed every day of the year for many reasons. The trails lead the way to school, connect parks to neighborhoods, and give runners and walkers a place to exercise and enjoy the surrounding beauty. The parks in Viera are the first-pick locations for a memorable first birthday parties, flying a kite on a fall afternoon or playing catch after school. The modern age-appropriate equipment and large community pools, give you the opportunity to have fun and cool off each season of the year.
North Solerno Park
This 20-acre park has two large picnic pavilions with tables, two full basketball courts, two double tennis courts, and an open, multi-purpose field as well as an outdoor fenced playground area that has five “climbing rocks” of various sizes, swings, two play structures and a gyro climbing web. Open to all Central Viera residents, the adjacent residential, neighborhood swim club has a large attached pavilion and caterer’s kitchen.
Home of the Evos Play Structure, this modern playground (ages five and older) gives children opportunities to explore and use hand-eye coordination to solve various elements on the structure. The park also has a large pavilion with a caterer’s kitchen and neighborhood swim club.
Across from Eastwind Park is a playground for the younger set (ages 2 to 5) that has become a great place to have a mom’s group play date. Local moms meet at the park while other neighbors play tennis or basketball on the courts within the area.
The expansive 125-acre regional park has become home to some of the most successful athletes in the county including state champions. On any given Saturday you will find soccer, baseball, basketball, tennis and softball being played and skills being learned. The park has a large community center that is home to many indoor sports and activities throughout each calendar month.
A popular place for parties, this park features two sand volleyball courts as well as basketball and two lighted tennis courts, a large playground, swings, a pavilion and picnic tables. The adjacent open field is great for flag football or flying kites.
The easily accessible park is popular with nature lovers, being located next to a small lake. Near the fenced playground, are picnic tables, a windy walking trail and a large open field for practicing soccer, playing catch or walking a dog on a Sunday afternoon.
The large old oaks along a windy pathway give this park a unique old Florida charm. It has a small playground with swings and a large open field for parties and small events. Many runners enjoy the pathways and trail to train for local 5k events.