Parks & Facilites
The District provides 462.11 acres of parks and open space. With twenty-two (22) parklets, neighborhood and village parks and more currently in development, the District is dedicated to providing premier parks and facilities to the residents of El Dorado Hills and the surrounding community. The District is committed to providing a Level of Service of five (5) park acres/1,000 residents and to provide Village Parks within a 1-mile distance and Neighborhood Parks within a 1/2 mile distance of residents.
The oak-covered hillsides, natural open spaces and streams shape the area's unique landscape and are central to the high quality of life enjoyed by El Dorado Hills residents. The District is committed to preserving open spaces and natural resources. For more information about the Former Executive Golf Course, please click here.
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, fenced dog park, Skate Park, picnic tables and barbecue at the north field, playground, courtyard, competition pool and wading pool, Pavilion meeting/banquet facility, andTeen Center. The rooms located within the Community Access Building are a gymnasium, classroom, dance room, and commercial kitchen.
Promontory Community Park
This park offers the District's only synthetic multi-use field that is highly utilized by competitive and recreational focused user groups. The park's 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.
Key Park & Facility Features
Check out some key features in our Parks: (link all to park pages)
- Spray ground in Promontory Community Park
- Dog Park in El Dorado Hills Community Park
- Lighted Bocce Ball Courts at Promontory Community Park
- Tennis at Stephen Harris Park
- Indian Grinding Rocks in Fairchild Park
- Nature Trail in Lake Forest Park
- Interpretive Signage along the New York Creek trail
To find out more information about future parks and facilities, click here.
Our facilities and some of our park pavilions are available for rent. Need a place for your next party, event, or meeting?
Visit our Rentals page for more information.
Did you Know?
The District's parks at Bertelsen and Oak Knoll used to have pools.