BILL BREEZE PARK
Bill Breeze Park
Bill Breeze Park is the city’s largest venue for non-sporting events which can go right to the water’s edge by closing Lakeshore Drive (requires City Commission approval).
Just across the road from Bill Breeze Park to the East, along the shore of Starke Lake are three lakeside pavilions with access to electrical power, picnic tables, charcoal grills, and more.
Bill Breeze Park includes:
- A large open field
- Access to electric power (through prior arrangement)
Bill Breeze Park is bordered on the east by Lakeshore Drive. The area between this local street and Starke Lake is a separate facility, called Lakefront Park. This park extends from, but does not include, the Boat Ramps and Dock on the north end to the Fishing Pier on the south. Lakeshore Drive is part of this park. Large events can go right to the water’s edge by closing Lakeshore Drive, which requires City Commission approval of a special event permit that will generally also involve rental of Lakefront and Bill Breeze parks.
Bill Breeze Park
Weekdays & Weekends
Keep calm, relax, it’s Sunday! Did you know…the lakefront pavilions at Starke Lake are a part of the Ocoee Lakeshore Center’s amenities. Host a birthday party, a picnic or get together! Contact us (link to contact page) to learn more!
Three pavilions with picnic tables are available on the shore of Starke Lake which can be reserved by calling the City of Ocoee Parks and Recreation department reservation specialist. There are picnic tables, a charcoal grill, trash cans, and a beautiful view of Starke lake at each of the pavilions. They are also available daily as a first come first serve if the pavilion has not been previously reserved.