ake advantage of the outdoor life in Osceola! Hike along our continually growing and improving trail system. Thomas Trail, approximately two miles of nature trail, encompasses our beautiful Grade Lake Park. There are 21 acres of native timber and wildlife to enjoy along with excellent fishing at the lake itself.
Enjoy the relaxed, peaceful atmosphere at any of our neighborhood parks, or take advantage of the scenic trails at Q-Pond Park. This park is 125 acres of native habitat, half of which is developed into a park area. If you prefer, travel over to the east side of the park to the Q-Pond Boat Access and enjoy some local fishing.
Recreational opportunities are continually growing in Osceola! Large participation is seen in many of our programs: Co-Recreational Softball Leagues, Youth Baseball/Softball, Youth Soccer, and Co-Recreational Volleyball. Additionally, the Parks & Recreation Department offers Youth Tennis Lessons, Youth Baskball clinic and Youth volleyball. Hembry Pathway, a concrete pathway 2/3 of a mile in length, connects points of interest at our Clarke County Recreation Complex to each other. The Complex, 52 acres in size, consists of the Fern Underwood Family Aquatic Center, Becky Persels Skate Park and two regulation size Soccer Fields on the south portion and six ball fields on the north portion. The six ball fields are made up of two Adult Softball Fields and four Youth Baseball/Softball Fields.
With the continual growth of nature and recreational opportunities for all ages in Osceola, you can be as energetic – or relaxed – as you want to be. You will find just what you’re looking for in the Osceola Parks & Recreation Department.