Coehadjoe Park

In Florida, Coehadjoe Park is in Marion County. Silver Springs Sandhill and Gerald Eagle Substation SECI are adjacent to Coehadjoe Park.


Nearby Ocala attractions include Wild Waters, located 2 kilometers southeast of Coehadjoe Park. It is a popular tourist destination near the park. Additionally, the Appleton Museum of Art is a museum in Ocala, Florida. The Appleton Museum of Art is 212 kilometers south of Coehadjoe Park.



King Coe Hadjo, a Seminole Chief in the area about 1820, was the inspiration for Coehadjoe Park. Coe Hadjo’s settlement was located north of Anthony-Burbank Road on the west side of Indian Prairie. In this community, there were around 450 white Seminole Indians.


The letter “e” is pronounced “a” in Muscogee, making the name sound like Co-a Had-jo. “Wild-cat” is the translation. When Coe Hadjo resided here, he was around 35 years old.


An Indian burial place is on the north side of Indian Lake Prairie. A bigger midden, dating back to the 1820s, is also there. This area has numerous settlements and forts. Most of them are rich in indigenous American history.


There are six open tennis courts at the park’s tennis complex with no lights. There are active tennis partners registered at Coehadjoe Park from time to time. If you are interested in competing against other tennis players, you may enroll at this tennis facility. You will automatically get a tennis player match depending on your skill level and previous match history. As you play, you will earn points and climb up the ranks.


Picnic tables, a playground, sports courts, and tree-lined walking pathways are in this natural setting. It features eight excellently maintained pickleball courts with lighting suitable for players of all skill levels. It is not necessary to pay to play at the park.


Coehadjoe Park is open from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Monday through Saturday. On Sunday, at 5:30 p.m., you may play as well.


Private group gatherings, such as outings and business birthday parties, can be held in the pavilions. It is an ideal park for families with little children.


Coehadjoe Park now has a Born Learning Trail and tennis courts, basketball courts, racquetball courts, pickleball courts, volleyball courts, picnic pavilions, and walking pathways.


Florida is the ideal spot to reconnect with nature while still having fun in the sun. The state has some of the most picturesque pure landscapes in the country, with 81 different ecological communities and 4,200 different plant species.


North Central Florida, particularly the Ocala/Marion County area, has a wide range of outdoor activities for the entire family to enjoy, including Coehadjoe Park. The community can help you keep as close to nature as possible, with activities ranging from hiking to zip-lining, boating, and others.