Speer Grove Park is a charming small park that has been in existence for quite some time. The location was founded in 1840 as Fort Reid to assist in the Seminole Wars. Robert Reid, the territorial governor of Florida at the time, was the inspiration for the name. The fort didn't endure long, and by 1849, it had been abandoned. Since then, it has been used as a park and open space. In the park, there is a wonderful memorial outlining the history of Fort Reid, as well as a little playground, several chairs, and picnic tables, and some BBQ grills.
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