- Walking trails
- Picnic areas
- Soccer & football fields
- Dog Park
- Disc golf course (9-holes)
- Concessions and restrooms
- Junior high size gym
- Locker rooms and restrooms
- Multipurpose sports floor rooms
- Meeting rooms
- After school programs
Northside Community Center began as the leadership of Wildwood Church began to consider the needs of their surrounding community.
The Northside area of Tallahassee continues to see strong growth as new businesses and residential communities move into the area. While the City of Tallahassee operates several community centers and programs, none were located north of I-10. With such a heavily populated area, a Tallahassee Reports article even asked the question, "Where are the Northside Community Centers?"
After consulting local agencies and organizations, the idea for the community center was officially born. Rather than just build an expansion for the church to grow into, Wildwood would build a facility with the specific needs of the community in mind.
The Northside Community Center is situated on a 60-acre site just off Bannerman Rd and N Meridian Rd, with a new connector road between the two.
Phase 1 & 2 (complete)
A connector road between N Meridian Rd and Bannerman Rd, initial site work and infrastructure.
Phase 3 (complete)
The initial 19,000 sq. ft. community center, including multipurpose rooms, Jr High gym, recreation fields and pavilion.
A 36,000 sq. ft. addition, with more multipurpose rooms and expanded gym.
New auditorium building.