Edgewater Park in Dunedin
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 Edgewater Park
51 Main Street

Anchoring Main Street in Dunedin on its West
end is Edgewater Park. It is a 4-acre, shady Park
and a destination for some who would like to
stroll the paved walkways, have lunch at a picnic
table or perhaps reserve the gazebo or one
of two picnic shelters.


Edgewater Park is home to many activities throughout a normal year including Arts & Crafts shows, the Annual Orange Festival and several holiday activities during December.

There is much that goes along with a visit here. The Park itself is nicely landscaped and always well kept. There is a tribute with a plaque for each of the Unites States. This is easy to find topped with a shining golden Eagle!  There are restroom facilities and two nice playgrounds for the kids. The Park offers a panoramic view of the Dunedin Municipal Marina where you can watch all the boat activity.

Taking a short walk around the Marina to the long fishing pier, you will pass and may decide to stop in the Olde Bay Café to enjoy a cold beverage and lunch on the covered deck or pick up fresh seafood in the Market. Continuing the stroll you will pass the various charter boats offering fishing trips, sunset and dolphin watch cruises and shelling trips to the islands.

Adjacent to the pier is the Bon Appetit Bar and Restaurant with the Best Western Plus Yacht Harbor Inn, where you can enjoy a fine lunch or dinner with a spectacular view and the accompanying sea breeze on the veranda overlooking the Intracoastal waterway.

The pier itself offers good fishing opportunities or just claim your spot on a bench and enjoy what there is to see.

A note about parking. It does get congested in the pay-to-park area between the Park and the Marina, especially on weekends and along towards sunset. You may want to consider the lot just across Alt 19 from the Park (715 Edgewater Drive). Also consider the free Dunedin Station Square parking lot in town at the corner of Douglas Avenue and Scotland Street. You can reach the Park at the West end of Scotland Street. There is also free parking at the corner of Wood Street and Douglas Avenue. Locate all with the map link below.

All Dunedin City Parks are open from sunrise to sunset unless otherwise posted.

Edgewater Park website:

Complete Dunedin Marina Information:

What is “Piper on the Pier?:

Olde Bay Café website:

Bon Appetit website:

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