Seville Village Park

Location:  270 Lake George Drive, Seville

Open daily: Sunrise to sunset

Admission: Free

Seville Village Park is a neighborhood facility that offers a playground, basketball courts and picnic pavilion. This rustic park is in the community of Seville which was founded in 1882 by William Lent, a vice president of the Jacksonville, Tampa and Key West Railroad. The community was named for a city in Spain.

Today with limited commercial development and a largely rural/agricultural base, Seville is a quiet community on busy Highway 17. The Seville Village Park is enjoyed by Seville community residents and visitors.

Parking is limited in this neighborhood park.

To reserve recreational facilities, please call 386-736-5953.

Directions to park

Director
Tim Baylie
tbaylie@volusia.org

202 N. Florida Ave.
DeLand, FL 32720

West Volusia
386-736-5953

Daytona Beach
386-257-6000, ext. 15953

New Smyrna Beach
386-423-3300, ext. 15953