Rimgate Park in Lake Forest has a basketball court and tennis court, as well as grassy areas for play with one shaded playground.
Ronald Reagan Park in Anaheim Hills (formerly known as Toyon Park). Kids will love the zip track, swings, climbing and spinning opportunities.
Little Cottonwood Park in Los Alamitos is popular for birthday parties and family events. I call it the busiest little playground around.
Steve Ambriz Memorial Park in the City of Orange is sand-free and has a little something for everyone with lots of swings and slides.
Alton Park in Foothill Ranch (Lake Forest) has lots of shade and trees, plus opportunities for pretend. It’s the perfect neighborhood park.
Irvine Terrace Park in Newport Beach is tucked into a neighborhood along a busy section of Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) near MacArthur Boulevard. This park is surprisingly serene. Views of …
Cedar Grove Park in Tustin has a nature-themed playground and adult fitness equipment, plus it’s fun for pretend play or sports activities.
Red Barn Park in San Clemente – inside Talega – is officially known as Tierra Grande Park. Its red barn theme makes it really fun for pretend.
Arroyo Park in Newport Beach feels like a hidden play place, but it’s near UC Irvine and all sorts of Newport Beach goodness.