Parks and Public Facilities
The city of Sopchoppy maintains the parks and public facilities described below. Some of them require reservations. If you find a venue which you want to reserve, please view the reservation calendar at the bottom of this page to check its availability and then contact us by phone or email. Priority will be given to the order in which we are contacted.
Myron B. Hodge City Park (220 Park Avenue)
Located on the banks of the beautiful Sopchoppy River, this 35 acre park provides a beautiful setting for the camping enthusiast. 26 RV sites and primitive sites with bath facilities are available for visitors. The Park also includes a boat launching facility, fishing piers, playgrounds, basketball court, softball field, individual and large group picnic facilities, nature trails and historic buildings. This park is the perfect place to bring the family and enjoy a great week-end swimming, canoeing, fishing and playing. The serene, peaceful surroundings make this park a popular location for retirees and people who enjoy full-time RV living.
Fees: Camping: $15 | Small Pavilion: $25 | Large Pavilion: $35
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Sopchoppy Historic Gymnasium (159 Yellow Jacket Avenue)
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, built in 1935 and restored in 1998. The Gym was built from native lime rock in the "Spanish Mission" style. This 7,000+ sq.ft. building with kitchen, is the perfect venue for wedding receptions, reunions and any large or small gathering. Tables and Chairs are available for rental. See the rental form.
Daily Rental: $200 | Deposit: $100 | Chairs: $1 each | Tables: $5 each
Georgia, Florida and Alabama Depot (34 Rose Street)
The Depot was built around 1891 and restored by the City in 2010. Originally the Depot was part of the Carrabelle, Tallahassee & Georgia Railroad Company which was absorbed by the Georgia, Florida and Alabama Railroad (G. F. & A.). Locally the G. F. & A. depot is affectionately referred to as the Gopher, Frog and Alligator Depot. It is currently operated as a museum of local history. Looking for a way to memorialize or honor someone or something? You can "get on board" with the restoration of this Historic Depot by purchasing an engraved paving brick which will be embedded in the sidewalk at the Depot. Check out pricing and brick options by clicking on the attached brochure.
Sopchoppy Tennis Park (180 Municipal Avenue)
Double regulation courts are a feature of this park which also includes a walking trail, playground and picnic pavilion. The park opened May 1, 2011.
Please review the calendar below to check availability of facilities. Reservations can be made up to 1 year from today's date. Reservations for all facilities will be listed on this calendar. FOR RESERVATIONS CALL: 962-5486 OR 962-4611 or contact us by email.