Parks & Facilities

Responsibilities
The Parks, Recreation & Forestry Department maintains and manages almost 2,000 acres of land in 29 park areas. Facilities located throughout the City parks include a state of the art aquatic center, pavilion/lodge, and skateboard park, as well as athletic fields, trails, tennis/basketball/volleyball courts, playground structures/areas, skating rinks/ponds, and many miles of hard surfaced pathways and nature trails.

Parks and Facilities Map
Interactive Web Map    How to use the web map
Park Trails Map
 
Parks
Community Parks
District Parks/Playfields
Neighborhood Parks
Facilities
Park Rules
  • Motorized vehicles are allowed on designated drives and parking areas only
  • No alcoholic beverages are allowed in parks except by permit and reservation
  • Dogs and other animals are permitted only on parking lots and paved walks and must be leashed (Exception: Dogs on leashes may be walked on grass areas at Mary Knoll Park and will be permitted on-leash or off-leash with owner in the designated Dog Exercise Area at Mitchell Park). Dogs In City Parks
  • For more information on the City's parks or park rules, please contact the Parks and Recreation Department.