Reservations are taken for all covered picnic areas and some uncovered areas at City Parks. To reserve an area visit Leisure Services at the Heritage Center, 256 E. Orange Ave. You may call the office at (559) 791-7695 to check availability prior to coming down. Reservations may be made up to one year in advance. Early reservation is advised.
Reservations are on a first come, first served basis. No reservations are made after 12:00pm on Wednesday for the upcoming weekend. Reservations with alcohol and/or amplified music permits require a 5 business days in advance reservation.
Summer park hours 6am-10pm
Winter hours 6am-4pm
Click here for answers to the most frequently asked questions regarding park reservations including information on bounce houses, alcohol and amplified music.
Facility Request Form
Outside Amplified Music Permit
Centennial Plaza Park
296 N. Main St.
This relatively new park includes a gazebo. Home of "Music on Main."
Fallen Heroes Park
356 E. Chase Ave
(Southwest of Plano Street Bridge)
This picturesque park includes a sports field that can accommodate either soccer, softball or flag football, two play equipment areas to entertain different ages of children, a fitness walking trail, a half court basketball court, splash pad, two covered pavilions and more.
Lions Mini Park
Between E & F Streets on West Orange.
Creative children's play equipment and sandbox. Entire area is fenced.
500 E. Putnam
This 20-acre community park includes family picnic areas, pavilions, barbecue pits, sinks, tables and benches, fishing pond and street, two children's play areas and restrooms.
765 N. Main St.
Small park contains statue dedicated to the farmer.
West & Scranton, 2701 W. Scranton Ave.
Like to ride dirt bikes or quads and have no place to kick up some dirt? This is the place for you. Come on down with your wheels so you can show your stuff.
HOURS OF OPERATION:
Daylight Savings: Wednesdays 4:00 pm - Dusk
Saturdays and Sundays 8:00am - 1:00pm
Winter Hours: Saturdays and Sundays 9:00am - 2:00pm
ATV Track $15
Big Track $15
50cc Track $10
Small Track $5
- Observation Berm for Spectators
- Picnic Areas
Rails to Trails
Henderson to Olive
Provides a safe and convenient opportunity to walk, jog or bike. Amenities: trees, benches, lighted crosswalks with audible warnings, asphalt paving and a drinking fountain.
In Veterans Park, 1501 W. Henderson Ave.
15,000 square foot concrete skate park. Features: - 6' Half Pipe - 9' combi bowl - 2 sets of 4 Stair with handrail - 8 stair with handrail - 8 stair with Hubba ledge - manual pad - step up. Amenities: drinking fountain - spectator seating.
Tule River Parkway -
Indiana & Parkway Drive
Features a 2.2 mile walking and bike riding trail and Park & Ride Lot at Jaye Street.
Henderson & Newcomb Streets, 1501 W. Henderson Ave.
Park includes 3 pavilions, children's playground and restrooms.
700 N. El Granito
15 acre site with rose garden.
Park includes: children's play area, 2 softball diamonds, 2 lighted tennis courts, roller hockey / basketball / volleyball area, grassy play area and restrooms.