La Verne

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City Parks

Parks

The City of La Verne is proud of its parks (which total approximately 110 acres). A community "Sports Park Facility" has been developed at Bonita High School and is available for public use. The Sports Park Facility includes a local Skate Park which requires safety equipment. The Sports Park complex  also includes a state-of-the-art, aquatics center at Las Flores Park. The Sports Park facilities were built at no cost to the City's general fund by utilizing a "financing authority" and funding partnerships.

The City's Parks and Community Services Department offers a wide variety of recreational and leisure activities. The City is also within one mile of the L.A. County Frank G. Bonnelli Regional Park. There are four golf courses in or adjacent to La Verne.

Map of La Verne Parks

La Verne Parks:

1. Challenger Park, 1909 Wright Avenue (2.5 acres)
Features: Picnic tables, Basketball courts

2. Emerald Park, 1900 Genesse Drive (3 acres)
Features: Playground (children 5-12 years old), Sheltered Picnic Area, Soccer Field, Several shaded areas

3. Golden Hills Wilderness Park, 2300 Golden Hills Road (20 acres)
Features: Picnic tables, Nature trails

4. Heritage Park, 5001 Via de Mansion (4 acres)
Features: Playground (children 5-12 years old), Picnic tables, Nature trail, Gazebo, Rose Garden

5. Kuns Park, 1600 Bonita Avenue (2.5 acres)
Features: Playground (5-12 years old), Picnic Tables, Sheltered Picnic Area, Oldest Tree in La Verne

6. Las Flores Park, 3175 Bolling Avenue (16 acres)
Features: 2 Playgrounds (5-12 years old), Softball and Soccer Field,  Tennis Courts, Olympic sized Swimming Pools, Horseshoe Pit, Picnic tables, Sheltered Picnic Areas.

7. Lincoln Park, 2525 White Avenue (0.6 acres)
Features: Playground (children 5-12 years old), Picnic Table

8. Live Oak Park, 5701 Shemiran Street (13 acres)
Features: Playground (children 5-12 years old), Softball field, Soccer field, Tennis courts, Picnic tables, Parking lot

9. Lordsburg Park, 1922 Walnut Street (1 acre)
Features: Picnic tables, Playground (children 5-12 years old), half court (basketball)

10. Los Encinos Park, 1101 W. Aldersgate Drive (7 acres)
Features: 2 Playgrounds (children 5-12 years old), Picnic tables, Basketball courts, Nature trails

11. Lowell Brandt Park, 7201 Stephens Ranch Road (5 acres)
Features: Playground (children 5-12 years old), Basketball courts, Volleyball courts,

12. Mainiero Square, A mini-park on the corner of Third Street and D Street (0.5 acres)
Features: Parking lot, Major departure point for all Parks and Community Services Excursions

13. Mills Park, 5601 Wheeler Avenue (7 acres)
Features: Playground (children 5-12 years old), Picnic Tables

14. Oak Mesa Park, 5400 Wheeler Avenue (9.5 acres)
Features: Playground (children 5-12 years old), Baseball field, Soccer field, Parking lot

15. Pelota Park, 1505 Holly Oak Avenue (4.6 acres)
Features: Baseball fields and a parking lot

16. Rustic Canyon Park, 7311 N. Calle Arragon (0.5 acres)
Features: Playground (children 5-12 years old), Picnic tables

17. Skate Park, 3102 "D" Street
Features: Picnic tables

18. La Verne Sports Park, 3104 "D" Street
Features: Skateboard park, Basketball courts, Baseball field, Soccer field, Tennis courts, Football field, Track and stadium, Picnic tables

19. Valley Rancho Mini Park, 2909 Arrow Highway (0.2 acres)
Features: Tot lot with sand and rubber play area surfacing, four wooden picnic tables, two metal trash receptacles

20. Wheeler Avenue Park, 1499 Palomares Avenue (5.7 acres)
Features: Playground (children 5-12 years old), Softball fields, Basketball courts, Soccer fields, Picnic tables, Parking Lot, Snack bar