This local park is loved by many. It is peaceful, silent and the children who come from the neighborhood to play here are super friendly. It’s got a small walking trail and an open field big enough to play baseball or soccer in the neighbourhood. If not, the play structure is where children can see the sticker.
Why You Should Visit The Park
- This is Free.
Times are hard and pleasure is expensive. It’s FREE to visit the local neighborhood parks. A sunblock, a few pantry snacks and you’re good to go!
- It’s safe.
If children are in the park, the healthiest thing children can do is to play! It’s not just going to keep your children alive for an hour or two, but to tire them (planning a park trip before nap time is a smart move, Mommy). But for them, it’s not only safer; it’s healthy for you, too. Enjoy the walking trails around the park and as children swing away, you can go to a healthier place.
- Great for the area.
You saw the Parks & Recreation show? Although it might be exaggerated, the fact is that there is whole staff in your local Parks & Recreation department who take care of your local parks with their hearts and soul. It is only good citizenship to appreciate their hard work!
- Great for the Society and The Community.
The more you frequent the parks, the more people you encounter. Many of our parents can remember vividly the days that we spent playing with other children in neighborhood parks and getting to know them. Times may have changed, but this sense of community is still required. Visiting the neighborhood parks is an excellent way to do so.
- It leads your children to new parts of the city.
Whether it’s in the suburbs or the city, your children probably don’t know very well in many communities. By touring new neighborhood parks in the city you are living in can help bring your children to other parts of their home town that they can’t visit very often.
This amazing park is located in San Ramon, California and also only a short distance away from:
- San Ramon Olympic Pool
- Ramona Park
- Fire Truck Park
- Hidden Valley Park
- Creekside Park
- Arlington Park
- Sherwood Park
- San Ramon Central Park
- Rancho San Ramon Community Park
When you’re done visiting this amazing attraction make sure to stop by our offices at Solar Harmonics San Ramon on Crow Canyon Place!
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