JMB Summer Park Hop: Ed Austin Park


Join us on Monday, July 13 from 9-11am at Ed Austin Regional Park!

Located off Monument and McCormick in Arlington, Ed Austin is a 144-acre park offering plenty activities for the whole family! The Park Hop will take place at the fenced in playground, which is surrounded by beautiful trees that provide much-needed shade. Ed Austin also offers a paved, mostly shaded path, soccer fields, baseball fields, a skate area, basketball court and even an 18 hole disc golf course!

We are excited for Glenda’s Balloons to join us for this Park Hop! Her beautiful and unique balloon creations will be sure to put a smile on the little one’s faces. And Menchie’s Pablo Creek will also join us with free yogurt samples! Menchie’s strives to offer something for every guest and prides themselves on using only the highest quality ingredients. Their frozen yogurt is a good source of calcium as it is made with fresh milk from California dairy, and their “smiley” California cows have not been treated with artificial growth hormones.

Click HERE to RSVP for the Ed Austin Park Hop

Thank you to Community First Credit Union for sponsoring our summer Park Hop series for the 3rd year in a row! Founded in 1935, Community First Credit Union is one of largest credit unions in the state. As a not-for-profit, full-service financial institution it’s their goal to improve the quality of life for consumers and businesses throughout the First Coast.

Click HERE for the entire Summer Park Hop schedule

DISCLAIMER: Unfortunately, we cannot control the weather for these outdoor events. In the case of bad weather, please make sure you RSVP to the event page so you receive updates and check our Facebook page in case the event is canceled. Photos will be taken at the event and of attendees for use on the blog and on social media by the Jacksonville Moms Blog and sponsors.



Jessica Stewart
Jessica is a North Carolina girl, who after living in New York City for eight years, is loving being back in the south since moving to Jacksonville in 2008. She is a stay at home mom to Linda Claire (3) and Liam (2). Prior to filling her days with parks and play doh, Jessica worked in event planning and marketing for financial and media companies, including This Old House. A graduate of UNC Chapel Hill, she is a passionate Tarheel fan, and college basketball season is her favorite time of year. Jessica spends her free time on the tennis court, training for races with her running buddies, or drinking wine her husband, Trevor. Her favorite things include snuggling with her sweet dog at the end of the day, hearing her kids laugh together, and pink cupcakes with sprinkles.


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