Cedar Grove Park in Tustin has a nature-themed playground and adult fitness equipment, plus it’s fun for pretend play or sports activities.
Santiago Oaks Regional Park in Orange is an awesome spot for a family walk in nature. It also has a nature center with local exhibits.
Arroyo Park in Newport Beach feels like a hidden play place, but it’s near UC Irvine and all sorts of Newport Beach goodness.
Stanton Central Park and Splash Pad provides an awesome gathering place for the community with a water play area open in summer months.
The Woodbridge Village Center play area in Irvine is also home to classes for kids, movie theater, bookstore, restaurants and climb-on frogs!
Bonita Canyon Sports Park in Newport Beach has fields for sports play, in addition to two separate playgrounds for 2-5 and 5-12 age groups.
Los Olivos Community Park near Irvine Spectrum is near the site of the old Irvine Meadows Amphitheater off of Irvine Center Drive.
Bauer Park in Huntington Beach is a mid-size neighborhood park with play structures designed for climbing and a recycled rubber play surface.
Pittsford Park in Lake Forest has ramps for the main play equipment and other modifications to make some elements universally accessible.