North River Shores Community Parks
North River Shores has four water front community parks and the "Duck Pond" for our residents to enjoy. Please see the community map for park locations.
Nosaw Park is located on NW Fork Road. The "Kupfrian boat ramp" facility at Nosaw Park is a private boat ramp for the exclusive use of the residents of North River Shores and their guests. Please visit the Boat Ramp page to learn more about the boat ramp rules and how obtain a key.
Nowsaw Park also includes a basket ball court and several picnic tables under shade trees over looking Nosaw Harbor. The boat ramp provides direct access to the North Fork of the St. Lucie River and the Atlantic Ocean via the St Lucie Inlet, Lake Okeechobee, and the Gulf of Mexico.
Lake Park is located on NW Lakeside Trail. In 2013 the members approved the funding of park improvements including a fishing pier, picnic pavillion, children's play equipment, and horse shoe pits in Lake Park. This park has a large open area in the center that is great for kicking a soccer ball, or playing fetch with your dog.
Half Mile Lake Park:
This park is located on NW Spruce Ridge Drive at the eastern end of Half Mile Lake Canal. This is a passive recreation area with benches and great place to walk a dog.
North Shore Park:
North Shore Park is located on NW Fork Road and is another passive recreation area with benches and a wide array of tropical plants and flowers over looking the adjacent waterway North Shore Harbor. North Shore Habor offers wonderful sunset views.
The Duck Pond:
The "Duck Pond" is actually a stormwater retention pond maintained by Martin County. Martin County alows North River Shores to maintain the area around the pond for the residents to enjoy. The Duck Pond got its name from the Muscovie Ducks that call the pond home. The pond contains several species of fresh water fish and turtles. The south end of the pond includes a drinking fountain / pet fountain, picnic tables, park benches, and a message board. Check the message board for pictures of the latest big Bass caught in the Dock Pond.