Allan Lindsey Park

Allan Lindsey Park

Type: Special Use Park
Size: 5 acres
Year Opened: 2001
Hours: Sunrise to Sunset
Address: 2150 Armsmere Circle (Gated Access through Serrano)
Secondary Access: 7701 Silva Valley Parkway (Oak Meadow Elementary School)

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.


  • Baseball fields (2)
  • Soccer fields (2)
  • Shaded picnic area
  • Portable Toilet

Park History

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.

In the event you witness or find vandalism at this park, please call the CSD at 916-933-6624.