Park Locations Map

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El Dorado Hills CSD Parks


1. Allan Lindsay Park

Address: 2150 Armsmere Circle, El Dorado Hills
Type: Special Use Park 
Hours: Sunrise to Sunset
Amenities: 2 Baseball fields · 2 Soccer fields · Shaded picnic area · Portable Toilet
Allan Lindsey Park is located on Silva Valley Parkway, between Entrada Drive and Oak Meadow Elementary School. The park is maintained by the CSD, and is operated for joint use by the school and the CSD. Allan H. Lindsey is considered to have "founded" El Dorado Hills. In 1959 he purchased 20 parcels of ranch lands totaling about 11,000 acres of what was once the town of Clarksville. The largest pieces of property purchased  were the Joerger and Walker ranches. According to Lindsey's original plan, El Dorado Hills would be developed into 12 distinct villages, each to include a park, arterial streets,  a unique architectural style and open space. Allan Lindsey was on hand, in 2001, when the Allan Lindsey Park was opened to the public, named in his honor. In 2003, at 82 years of age, Allan Lindsey passed away. This park commemorates his vision that created today's El Dorado Hills.

2. Art Weisberg Park

Address: 2560 Francisco Drive, El Dorado Hills
Type: Neighborhood Park
Hours: Sunrise to Sunset
Amenities: Lawn Area · Picnic Tables · Barbeques · Horseshoe Pits · Drinking Fountain · Short Walking Trails
Art Weisberg was very active as a volunteer with both the El Dorado Hills Fire Department and the El Dorado Hills CSD.  He was considered by many to be very dedicated to working hard to support and improve the El Dorado Hills community.  Sadly, he  suffered a fatal heart attack while at  home  the morning of September 5, 1972, at age 47.  The CSD  named the park after Mr. Weisberg in honor of his dedication to the community of El Dorado Hills. Located on the corner of Francisco and Pendleton Drives, and across the street from Jackson Elementary School, Art Weisberg Park offers a peaceful place to relax, picnic or play a game of horseshoe.

3. Bass Lake (Sellwood) Field

Address: 3240 Bass Lake Road (El Dorado Irrigation District Property)
Type: Special Use 
Hours: Sunrise to Sunset (Use by permit only -call 916-614-3223)
Amenities: Natural turf sports field Lawn Area · Portable Toilet.
The park features the CSD's only 300-foot baseball field with a competition/regulation soccer field overlay. Bass Lake Park, and Sellwood Field, is accessed via a small dirt road, located off of Serrano Parkway, just northwest of Bass Lake Road. The CSD has a lease for this property from the El Dorado Irrigation District. Access to the field is by permit only. For permit information call 933-6624.

4. Creekside Greens Park

Address: 4735 Concordia Drive, El Dorado Hills
Type: Neighborhood Park
Hours: Sunrise to Sunset
Amenities: Lawn Area · Children's Play Structure · Picnic Tables · BBQs
Located just off of White Rock Road, on Concordia Drive, Creekside Greens Park offers a lot to local residents. Children have fun on the large play structure, adults appreciate the beauty of the adjoining  wetland  preserve and everyone can enjoy a BBQ picnic using one of the tables and BBQ grills.

5. El Dorado Hills Community Park & Pool

Address: 1021 Harvard Way, El Dorado Hills
Type: Community Park
Hours: Sunrise to Sunset
Amenities: Play Area for children · BBQs · Sports Field · Swimming Pool · Picnic tables · Drinking fountains · Basketball courts · Nature area · Restrooms · Bulletin boards · Electricity · Soccer Fields · Basketball Court · Skate board park
The 40-acre Community Park is located in the heart of El Dorado Hills.  Park features include three multi-use sports fields, an undeveloped portion of New York Creek Nature Area, picnic tables and barbecue at the north field, playground,  courtyard, pool, Pavilion meeting/banquet facility, Teen Center and the rooms located within the Community Access Building are a gymnasium, classroom, dance room, and commerical kitchen. Map

6. Fairchild Park

Address: 3045 Brackenwood Place, El Dorado Hills
Type: Neighborhood Park
Hours: Sunrise to Sunset
Amenities: Natural Turf · Children's Play Structure · Paved & Gravel Paths · Picnic Table · Drinking fountain · Indian Grinding Rocks
Fairchild Park is a peaceful neighborhood park, nestled within Fairchild Village on Brakenwood Place. In addition to large areas of gently sloping turf and a  children's play structure, .75 acre of this park is dedicated as a permanent preserve for a set of historic Indian Grinding Rocks. 28 mortar holes are clearly visible in the rocks, and were created by many years of repeated use by early Native American peoples.

7. Govenor's Park

Address: 905 Govenor Drive, El Dorado Hills
Type: Neighborhood Park
Hours: Sunrise to Sunset
Amenities: 2 Ponds with fishing · Picnic Tables · Benches· BBQ · Turf · Wildlife Viewing Opportunties
The highlights of this park are the Reid White Jr. Memorial Duck Ponds.  These offer a pleasant place to sit and watch the many ducks and geese.  Tables are available for those seeking a picnic spot in a peaceful and beautiful setting. Reid White was the grandson of CSD Board Director F.J. Leslie.  The ponds were named after him when he passed away.

8. Govenor's Park West

Address: 4120 Hensley Circle, El Dorado Hills
Type: Neighborhood Park
Hours: Sunrise to Sunset

10. Kalithea Park

Address: 4900 Gillette Drive, El Dorado Hills
Type: Village Park
Hours: Sunrise to Sunset
Amenities: Natural Turf sports field · Children's play structure · Covered & Uncovered picnic tables · BBQs ·  Paved walking path · Water Faucets · Portable toilet
Kalithea Park offers spectacular views of Folsom Lake and Sacramento. "Kalithea" is Greek for "Beautiful View."

11. Lake Forest Park

Address: 1821 Francisco Drive, El Dorado Hills
Type: Village Park
Hours: Sunrise to Sunset
Amenities: Children's play structure · Drinking Fountain · Group Covered picnic area · BBQs · Sand Volleyball · Bocce Ball · 2 Tennis Courts · Fitness Course · Nature Trail · Outdoor Classroom · Restroom
Lake Forest Park offers a wide variety of recreational opportunities for all ages.  The park is located on a slope therefore has a variety of unique design elements.  Approximately half of the park is available for active uses while the other half remains a natural area with several native oak trees.

12. Laurel Oaks Park

Address: 5034 Whistlers Bend Way, El Dorado Hills
Type: Neighborhood Park
Hours: Sunrise to Sunset
Amenities: Children's play structure · Drinking Fountain · Picnic tables · Basketball hoop · Natural Turf Field
Located on Whistlers Bend Way, in the Bass Lake Hills area, Laurel Oaks Park is frequently used by young families who live close by.  Children love the play structure, basketball hoop and turf field, while parents catchup with one another at the many benches and picnic tables.

13. Murray Homestead Park

Address: 3700 Amer Way, El Dorado Hills
Type: Neighborhood Park
Hours: Sunrise to Sunset
Amenities: Children's play structure · Large Natural Grass Area · Picnic tables · BBQs
Murray Homestead Park is set within the heart of Highland Village.  The park features a vast expanse of green grass often used by children to run and play. Children also love the play structure, while the adults relax at the nearby picnic tables. The park is named for the Irish immigrant family, the Murray's, who homesteaded in the area where the park is now located.

14. New York Creek Nature Trail

Address: Begins in the Community Park along Harvard Way, across from Oak Ridge High School. Northern end is in Art Weisberg Park, across from Jackson Elementary School.
Type: Nature Area
Hours: Sunrise to Sunset
Amenities: Unpaved walking trail · Creek · Native vegetation & wildlife
The 1.5 mile New York Creek Nature Trail offers a peaceful and shaded walk under the oak trees that line New York Creek. In 1972 Pacific States Development Corporation granted a Gift Deed to El Dorado Hills CSD for Parcels 1 and 2, which was the first area of what is now  New York Creek Nature Trail. In 1986 the area was enlarged when Developers Reynen, Bardis & Winn conveyed to the CSD an 11-acre parcel along New York Creek, for use as an open space natural area. The CSD has been fortunate to have many  Eagle Scout projects at New York Creek, including installation of trail signs,  benches,  birdhouses, and bulletin boards, planting 15-gallon oak trees as well as general cleanup and trail improvement.

15. Oak Knoll Park

Address: 3371 Alyssum Circle, El Dorado Hills
Type: Village Park
Nature Area Hours: Sunrise to Sunset
Amenities: Children's Play Structure · Clubhouse (available for rent) · Grass Volleyball Court · Picnic Table
Located in the heart of Bass Lake Village, Oak Knoll park features a clubhouse, children's play structure as well as a natural area that is covered by native oak trees. A parking lot is accessible from Alyssum Circle.  The park is also accessible from the "bend" on Mendocino Way. For clubhouse rental information, please call the CSD at 916-933-6624.

16. Overlook Park

Address: 3273 Kensington Drive, El Dorado Hills
Type: Neighborhood Park
Hours: Sunrise to Sunset
Amenities: Children's Play Structure · Lawn Area · Picnic Tables · BBQ · Drinking Fountain Overlook park is nestled within the Green Valley Hills village and features a large Heritage Oak tree, lawn area and a children's play structure. Street parking is available, and access to the park can be made along Kensington Drive or Beechwood Court. A paved walking path connects the two entrances.

17. Parkview Heights Park

Address: 2925 Ridgeview Drive, El Dorado Hills
Type: Neighborhood Park
Hours: Sunrise to Sunset
Amenities: Children's Play Structure · Lawn Area · Picnic Tables · BBQ · Drinking Fountain · Horseshoe Pits · Basketball Hoop
Overlook park is nestled within the Green Valley Hills village and features a large Heritage Oak tree, lawn area and a children's play structure. Street parking is available, and access to the park can be made along Kensington Drive or Beechwood Court. A paved walking path connects the two entrances.

18. Peter Bertelsen Park

Address: 831 Redwood Lane, El Dorado Hills
Type: Village Park
Hours: Sunrise to Sunset
Amenities: Lighted Baseball Field · Children's Play Structure · Water Spray Ground (Open Memorial Day through Labor Day) · Covered Picnic Pavilion  · Picnic Tables · BBQ · Drinking Fountain · Horseshoe Pits · Restrooms
Peter Bertelsen Memorial Park is one of our largest and oldest village parks.  It is located in Park Village, on Arrowhead Drive. This full featured park offers something for young and old, alike. The park is named in memory and honor of Lieutenant Peter L. Bertelsen, of the El Dorado Hills Fire Department, who lost his life in the line of duty on September 16, 1965. A prominent feature within this park is the Deputy Jeff Mitchell Field.  On October 27, 2006 Sacramento County Sheriff's Deputy, and EDH resident, Jeff Mitchell was murdered while on duty. Deputy Mitchell served nine years with the department and was known as an outstanding, dedicated officer. He had a passion for baseball and kids. A broad based community fundraising effort was launched to renovate the existing field, and on August 29, 2009 the new field was dedicated  in honor of Deputy Mitchell. 

19. Promontory Community Park

Address: 2700 Alexandra Way, El Dorado Hills
Type: Community Park
Hours: Sunrise to 10PM
Spray Park Summer Operation EXTENDED until September 30, 2014
Amenities: 2 Children's Play Structure · Water Spray Ground (Open Memorial Day through Labor Day) · Group Picnic Area · BBQs · 2 Lighted Bocce Courts · 2 Lighted Tennis Courts · Lighted Artificial Turf Sports Field · Lighted Adult Softball Field · Lighted Girls Softball Field · Lawn Area · Restrooms · Drinking Fountains Promontory Community Park is located on Alexandra Drive and offers a wide range of features.  Its design was a collaborative effort between the CSD, residents and sport groups. The result is a park that features children's play areas, sport fields and courts, a picnic area, natural grass and more. Today, Promontory Community Park serves  many recreational needs for local residents. Phase one of the park was completed in 2007, while phase two was opened in 2009.

20. Ridgeview Park

Address: 3449 Ridgeview Drive, El Dorado Hills
Type: Neighborhood Park
Hours: Sunrise to Sunset
Amenities: Lawn Area · Natural Open Space · Picnic Tables · BBQs · Drinking Fountain 
Sitting high up within Ridgeview Village, this peaceful park  looks like a garden of oak trees! 2.5 acres out of total 4.35 acres are developed. The developed portion of the park, accessed from Ridgeview Drive, features lots of lawn area, picnic tables and shade created by the many oak trees.  Local residents frequent this beautiful park to relax, walk their dogs and play on the grass.

21. Ridgeview Unit 7 Park

Address:3397 Julie Ann Way, El Dorado Hills
Type: Neighborhood Park
Hours: Sunrise to Sunset
Amenities: Lawn Area · Children's Play Structure · Picnic Tables · Drinking Fountain
Ridgeview Unit 7 Park offers beautiful west facing views of Folsom, Sacramento and beyond. This small neighborhood park offers a place for children to play and adults to relax.

23. William C. "Bill" McCabe Park

Address: 2590 Hoffman Court, El Dorado Hills
Type: Neighborhood Park
Hours: Sunrise to Sunset
Amenities: Children's Play Structure · Picnic Tables · BBQs · Natural Turf Area · Drinking Fountain
On September 13, 2008, this park, formerly known as St. Andrews Park, was dedicated and renamed for William C. "Bill" McCabe. Bill was the District Manager for the El Dorado Hills CSD  from 1972 until his retirement in 1983. He passed away in 1998 at the age of 74. In the early days of the CSD, where resources were few, Bill McCabe worked hard to provide the current and future residents of El Dorado Hills with parks and services that have been enjoyed by so many. This 1.3 acre site features a children's play structure,  large turf area for informal activities and a picnic area under the majestic oaks.

24. Stephen Harris Tennis Courts Park

Address: 2560 Riviera Circle, El Dorado Hills
Type: Village Park
Hours: Sunrise to Sunset
Amenities: Children's Play Structure · 4 Tennis Courts · Tennis Practice Wall · 2 Basketball Hoops · Soccer Field · 1/4 mile Walking/Jogging Path · Exercise "Par" course · Childrens Play Structure · Picnic Tables · Barbecue Pits· Drinking Water Faucets · Portable Toilet
Stephen Harris Park underwent a major renovation in 2007, resulting in an up-to-date village park. For a park under six acres in size, a lot of amenities are included here for residents to enjoy. A paved parking area is available off of Tam O'Shanter Drive. Additionally, for closer access to the the soccer field, a  gravel parking area is available off of Riviera Circle.

25. Skate Park

Address: 1021 Harvard Way, El Dorado Hills
Type: Skate & Scooter Park  Free Admission
Fall Hours: Monday - Friday 2:30-7:30pm  Saturday - Sunday 12-5pm Closed on all national holidays and rainy days
The Skate Park has plenty to offer both novice and advanced skate boarders and scooter riders including a half pipe, ramps and grind rails. Skate park attendants are always present to enforce rules and make sure everyone is having an awesome time. Riders must have a signed waiver on file. The CSD promotes safe riding and requires all participants to wear helmets, and knee and elbow pads for those under 18. Pads and helmets are available to borrow.

26. Village Green Park

Address: 4655 Serrano Parkway, El Dorado Hills
Type: Village Park
Hours: Sunrise to Sunset
Amenities: Lawn Area · Large Pond · Stream & Waterfalls (recirculating) · Walking Paths · Childrens Play Structure
Village Green Park is located at the corner of Silva Valley and Serrano Parkways. Many residents know this area as the entrance of the Serrano home development, and the headquarters of Parker Development Company.  It is less known that this property includes  a 10-acre public park. All residents can enjoy the use of the large lawn areas, walking paths, pond area, picnic tables and play structure. CSD oversees maintenance on certain areas of the park. The park is not rented out for events.  Contact Serrano at 916-939-4060.

27. Waterford Park

Address: 2617 Carnelian Circle, El Dorado Hills
Type: Neighborhood Park Hours:
Sunrise to Sunset
Amenities: Lawn Area · Picnic Tables · Water Fountain · Childrens Play Structure
Waterford Park is at the corner of Carnelian Circle and Bairdsley Place in Waterford Village. It features native oak shade trees, a large lawn area for picnics and play as well as a children's play structure.

28. Wild Oaks Park

Address: 2510 El Dorado Hills Blvd, El Dorado Hills
Type: Nature Area
Park Hours: Sunrise to Sunset
Features: Native oak and pine trees along with native grasses · Unimproved walking trails · Benches
Located near the intersection of El Dorado Hills Blvd and Francisco Drive, Wild Oaks Park preserves open space and provides a protected nature area.  The park offers pleasant strolls along the meandering dirt paths.  Residents can enjoy the native oak and pine trees as well as varying wildlife that frequent the park. In the early and mid 1990's local residents kept this land from being developed by approving a bond used to purchase the property.  Additionally, residents pay into a Lighting & Landscaping Assessment District to fund the basic maintenance of this park.

30. Windsor Point

Address: 4005 Windsor Point Place 
Type: Neighborhood Park 
Park Hours: Sunrise to Sunset
Features: Turf Area · BBQs · Picnic Tables · Benches · Basketball half-court· Drinking Fountain.

31. Bowmen's Archery Range

Address: 3321 El Dorado Hills Blvd., El Dorado Hills
Bowmen's Archery Website
Type: Nature Area
Park Hours: Sunrise to Sunset
Features: Archery Range · Picnic Table
Located on 45 acres of a gently sloping hillside with western exposure, the
oak-studded Archery Range is in the heart of El Dorado Hills at the intersection
of Olson Lane and El Dorado Hills Boulevard.  The Archery Range preserves the
natural beauty and habitat of typical undeveloped foothills open space, a site
which is becoming more rare every year.
FEES: The archery range is open to the public. All day shooting fee is $5 or memberships are available. For a single person the fee is $30 per year plus $25 initiation the first year. Family membership is $40 per year plus $25 initiation for the first year. Senior rate is $20 per year. Application are in the billboard at the range or online at www.eldoradohillsbowmen.com   


NEW.  Valley View Park

Address: 1665 Blackstone Parkway, El Dorado Hills
Not shown on map. More information coming soon. View project photos.

NEW. Community Dog Park

The new site is west of New York Creek in the wooded area alongside the athletic fields with convenient access from parking areas to the north and south. The facility's design offers separate areas for large dogs and for small dogs and is fully accessible to people of all abilities.

 

NEW. Tam O'Shanter Parklet

Address: 2915 Tam O'Shanter Drive, El Dorado Hills
More information coming soon.

 2016 water play picnic rental