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New Alachua County Pocket Park in Sugarfoot Oaks Community

This beautiful new pocket park is located at 817 S.W. 64th Terrace, Gainesville, and sits adjacent to the community family resource center operated by a collaboration between the Southwest Advocacy Group (SWAG), Partnership for Strong Families, and Alachua County. The lot was donated to the County in 2005, by Philip C. (Dusty) Hopkins of Boca Grande. The park has been officially named “Mark S. Hopkins Park”, in honor of Phillip Hopkins' late brother. A small playground previously sat on the site of the new park but was not up to the level of use it received from neighborhood kids.

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Keywords: Pocket Park, Sugarfoot Oaks,