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Recreation & Parks Projects
Landscaping Improvements
The City of Jacksonville is working to make the City and cleaner and greener place to live, work and play. Jacksonville Recreation and Parks is 'stepping it up a notch' with their landscaping and horticultural improvements. Parks like North East Creek Park and Riverwalk Crossing Park bloom in many colors to the delight of pedestrians and passersby.

North East Creek Boat Ramp
Completed in Fall of 2012, the Northeast Creek Park boat ramp is open for public use! The old ramp was damaged over time due to a series of weather events. The old ramp could accommodate one boat at a time, while the new ramp includes two boat launches and a rebuilt bulkhead to support the structure and surrounding land. North East Creek Park is located at 910 Corbin Road in Jacksonville.

New River & Wilson Bay
An artificial reef like structure is being built along the shoreline of Wilson Bay by Wilson Bay Park in downtown Jacksonville.

Rubble from the Old Buddy Phillips Bridge is being used to build the structure, along with oysters used to infuse oxygen into the water. This structure will encourage marine life to 'move in' and work to build and sustain a healthy marine environment. The structure will also attract fish for local fishing along the edge of the water at Wilson Bay Park.

Construction Boat ramp Dredging

Jacksonville N.C. - a Caring Community - Home of Camp Lejeune and MCAS New River
New River Boaters