Parks & Facilities

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
Community Parks
District Parks/Playfields
Neighborhood Parks
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.