Tom Brown Park is simply one of the most diversified recreational Parks that I have been to in any city, and is definately one of Tallahassee's jewels. Tom Brown is a large part of the recent national award to Tallahassee's Parks and Recreation (best in nation's parks system). The park is located off of Capital Circle NE, near the Park Avenue intersection (I couldn't find an address that would work with mapquest). Whether you're into biking, hiking, bmx, frisbee golf, tennis, soccer, baseball, football, nature walks, playgrounds, picnics, socializing your dog, or just hanging out in the sunshine - Tom Brown has it all! There's so much to do here that I'm sure I forgot something. There's plenty of open, sunny areas for basking and shady knolls for escaping the summer heat. They have a great handicapped accessible playground, which ensures fun for all children, and a more traditional playground near Lake Leon. Tom Brown is also prime real estate for the City's 4th of July fireworks celebration (during which I highly recommend the TalTran shuttles from nearby parking lots). I have noticed that there has been a slight increase of pedestrian pollution in Lake Leon and on the unmapped trails. I hope that the city can clean this up and that the community will help to keep the park clean and beautiful.