Parks

Santa Paula Regional Sports Park: Coming Soon!

The City of Santa Paula currently has approximately 1.2 LDI-HARVEST SPORTS COMPLEX-PHASE 2 RENDER Opens in new windowacres of park space per 1,000 residents, well below the National Recreation and Park Association median of 9.9 acres per 1,000 residents. The Santa Paula Creek Sports Park is a brand new 37 acre sports and entertainment complex that will more than double Santa Paula’s park space and provide opportunities for recreation that residents deserve.

Nestled between beautiful citrus and avocado orchards and the new Limoneira housing development north of Highway 126 on the east side of town, this park is in one of the finest locations in Ventura County. As the park is built in phases, it will consist of an amphitheater for concerts and live performances, multiple sports courts and fields, a community garden, an inclusive playground, BBQ pavilions, and limitless recreation options in one of the most scenic settings in California. Construction of the Park and Sports Complex begins in Winter 2022.

Santa Paula Creek Sports Park Foundation

While the City of Santa Paula will operate the park, the Santa Paula Creek Sports Park Foundation was formed in order to raise an endowment to adequately maintain and enhance the facilities for years to come. To help build the legacy and contribute to the Santa Paula Creek Sports Park Foundation, visit spsportspark.org.

Groundbreaking Ceremony

On November 12th, 2021, local government officials, business leaders, and members of the public came together to break ground at the site of the Regional Sports Park.

Read more about the Groundbreaking Ceremony here.

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Teague Park

Ebell Park

Directions to Teague Park here.                                                              Directions to Ebell Park here.

Obregon Park

Las Piedras

Directions to Obregon Park here.                                                            Directions to Las Piedras Park here.

Mill Park

Veterans Park

Directions to Mill Park here.                                                                     Directions to Veterans Park here.

George Harding Park 

Recreation Park

Directions to George Harding Park here.                                              Directions to Recreation Park here.

Railroad Plaza 

Moreton Bay Fig Tree

Directions to Railroad Plaza here.                                                           Directions to Moreton Bay Fig Tree here.

Fagan Barranca

Directions to Fagan Barranca here.

Download Park Amenities Chart here. 

For more information contact our main office at (805) 933-4662 ext.350