It’s no secret that Irvine Regional Park tops my list of favorite parks. My kids feel the same way, and there is excited squealing and a mad dash for the …
Irvine Regional Park is an OC Parks regional park with playgrounds, the OC Zoo, Irvine Park Railroad, a lake, stable, surrey carts, & ponies.
Heritage Park in Irvine sports a water feature and lots of nautical play on its playground. It’s also near the public library and small lake.
The viewing deck at Limestone Canyon was rebuilt after the 2020 wildfires. Visit it on monthly Wilderness Access Days & docent-led programs.
University Community Park in Irvine has a lot going for it: library, community center, restrooms, nice playground, sports courts and fields.
Plaza Park in Irvine is bound to become known as “Tractor Park” or “Asparagus Park.” It has an agricultural theme with a neighborhood feel.
Northwood Community Park in Irvine is also known as Castle Park. I think of it as a fortress fit for knights and princesses.
The San Joaquin Wildlife Sanctuary in Irvine is home to Sea & Sage Audubon House. Walk wide dirt trails & see the wildlife in the ponds.