Lonnie C. Miller Sr. Regional Park
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Lonnie C. Miller Sr. Regional Park
  7689 Price Lane   Mapit
Jacksonville, FL 32208

Amenities offered at this park:
Qty.Amenity
21Benches
150Car Parking
15Grills
5Picnic shelters
61Picnic Tables
23Playground Equipment
1Restrooms
2Trails Paved (Miles)
47Trash Barrels
1Volleyball
YesDrinking Fountain
YesPerimeter Site Fencing
YesSecurity Lighting

Acres: 106.21
Park Type: Regional
Council Person: Mia Jones
History: Lonnie C. Miller Sr. Regional Park is located in northwest Jacksonville. The original 101-acre site (which was expanded by 25 acres in 2000) had been owned by the Price/Ellis families since before the Civil War, until the City purchased the tract in 1991. Opened in December 1995, the park was named for Detective Lonnie Miller (1933-1995), a highly regarded 26-year veteran of the Sheriff’s Office who was killed in a robbery attempt. Known for his work with the children of the community, Mr. Miller also served on the local Democratic Executive Committee and on the National Council of Negro Women and Associate Men. A portion of Lonnie Miller Regional Park is fenced off due to environmental concerns.