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  • This Park was a focal point of the plan for beautifying San Diego and it has emerged as the shining star of the city’s public parks and gardens. It has been a blessing for community life, t...
  • This is an animal theme park, Oceanarium, and marine mammal park that was founded in 1964. Sea World is a great place for fun loving kids and adults who are animal lovers. Special attractions for...
  • The 1,200-acre urban cultural park, named after Spanish seafarer Vasco Núñez de Balboa, was set aside for public recreational use in 1835, to become the oldest site dedicated for su...
  • This is a historic oceanfront amusement park located in the Mission Bay area of San Diego. Located on the beach, it attracts millions of people each year. The attractions and rides that remain fr...
  • Located in midtown this is an urban park serving organizations and residents of the Sacramento community. Fremont Park has a new adventure playground, central seating area, and individual picnic ...
  • The park includes lots of amusements in its precincts like Sacramento Zoo, Fairytale Town, Funderland, Picnic Areas, Wading Pool, Basketball Court, 6 Softball Field, Soccer Fields, Adventure Play...
  • This Park currently stands on Old City Plaza founded in 1849 by John Sutter. Named after César Chávez, it has for more than a century been a downtown square that has been the focal ...
  • Located by the intersection of 45th Street and Brand Way Neighborhood in East Sacramento, this 2.5 acre park includes a wading pool, adventure play area, tiny-tots play area, shade structure, ban...
  • This Park remains a favorite family getaway and is located along Highway 68 between Salinas and Monterey. It remains very popular during the weekends. With plenty of room for numerous family picn...
  • This playground is at the corner of Newton Street and McClelland Avenue although McClelland doesn`t go all the way through the park. The park has two separate play areas with the ages 2-5 play a...
  • This 3.1 acre group use park at Pacific & Alameda streets in Monterey has an amphitheater, open & covered BBQ picnic areas and restrooms. Additionally the Whispering Pines Day Camps celeb...
  • Well known throughout California, Dennis the Menace Park is named for the lovable cartoon character. This is not-your’s-average Park. Huge with unique play equipment in expansive sizes it t...
  • Known earlier as Westlake Park, MacArthur Park, located in the Westlake neighborhood of Los Angeles is named after General Douglas MacArthur. It is a designated Historic Cultural Monument of the ...
  • Declared a Historic Cultural Monument in 1967, Chavez Ravine Arboretum in Elysian Park is located just north of Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. It contains more than 1,000 varieties of trees from ...
  • Buena Vista Park is owned by the City of Los Angeles. It was formerly the site of Buena Vista Reservoir operated by the Department of Water & Power. Elysian Park as it is called contains Ange...
  • Lake Balboa is a district in the San Fernando Valley region of the city of Los Angeles. The Anthony C. Beilenson Park as the former Balboa Park is now called is an 80 acres recreation facility on...
  • This wonderful place amazingly combines an amusement park and zoo to provide great fun and frolic for kids. There are a couple of playgrounds along with a huge park area where the park workers ha...
  • This urban farm spread on 47 acres includes a playground in the Park that has swings, slides and a lot of climbing space. The Emma Prusch Farm Park in East Side San Jose organizes it all -- schoo...
  • This is the only park in San Jose that features a sand beach and swim area in the South Bay area. Visitors regularly come to relax and enjoy the recreational opportunities and to fish along the s...
  • This beautiful, tranquil space offers expansive peace in the middle of the city. The gardens are quite big and there’s a lot to explore. The different areas are pretty well maintained and a...
  • Known formerly as Strybing Arboretum this is a huge botanical garden in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park. All of 55 acres include more than 50,000 individual plants, representing over 8,000...
  • This one is a 3.46-acre city park located in the Mission District of San Francisco. Bounded by 25th Street to the north, 26th Street to the south, Treat Avenue to the west, and Harrison Street to...
  • This is a smaller park with a playground located at the edge of Cayuga Terrace neighborhood. The location and aesthetics of the park make it unique among the long list of parks in San Francisco. ...
  • This neighborhood public park in San Francisco was created in 1909 and overtime additional parts were built gradually. The park is located on San Jose Avenue, north of Ocean Avenue. Inside the pa...