Arbolado Park

Arbolado Drive, Walnut Creek, California 94596, United States


This park has two different play structures for children, each with a range of slides, monkey bars, swings, and other fun kiddie attractions. Picnic tables, shaded areas, barbecue pits, and grassy areas can be found in the park. Families will set up picnics or barbecues on a large field adjacent to the play structures.


It’s on Treat Boulevard, off Arbolado Drive, all the way up. There is always plenty of space, and if both parking lots are full, you will almost always find street parking not too far away.


Shade structures, sand diggers, rockers, climbers, slides, and a sand play area have been added to the 26-acre Arbolado Park, which has two thrilling playgrounds. This playground system replaces one that was designed 22 years ago. Park in-lieu fees, which are charged to the city by developers for parks, were used to finance the playground upgrades.


Miracle’s Kids Choice equipment is mixed in with the sleek futuristic Nexus and Physics lines in the play structures. With fresh color combinations of grey, royal blue, orange, and chartreuse, the color palette is bright and pleasant.


If you’re coming down Arbolado Drive from Treat Blvd, you can park in the first parking lot and walk along the trail to the sports sections, or park in the second parking lot, which is right next to the second field. Restrooms and water fountains are also accessible here.


This park is lined with people all day on weekends and holidays. The people who frequent this trail, on the other hand, are very friendly, and the park is so wide that you never feel crowded. If you’re looking for a pleasant park in the Walnut Creek area, Arbolado Park is a great place to visit!


Even in the summer, the park is kept clean and green. They have two wide fields, a jungle gym, basketball courts, and tennis courts to play on. The park is near the Contra Costa Canal Trail, which links a significant portion of Contra Costa County. The toilets are tidy and tend to be open at all times, including late at night. There are several picnic tables spread around the park, so finding one to park and eat is easy.


This is a lovely park to visit with your family or to spend an afternoon in the sun. With a large field nearby, the park has a nice kid-friendly playground. There are some shade trees and a few cement picnic tables strewn around. This is a great place to spend an afternoon.


There is equipment for both small and larger children. There’s plenty of shade, as well as good toilets. There is a grilling section in the picnic area. This can be reserved in advance with the city, or they are accessible to the first person who arrives. There are barbeque pits and picnic tables in this broad park, as well as walking trails and a 6.7-acre walnut grove.



  • 26.5 Acres
  • Open Dawn to Dusk
  • 2-5 year old Playground
  • 5-12 year old Playground
  • Basketball Court
  • Dogs allowed on leash
  • Parking available
  • Picnic Area (non-reservable)
  • Restroom
  • Soccer Field
  • Tennis Court
  • Trail Connections

(NOTE: To use the 6 acres of fields, organized groups must obtain a permit.)


This amazing park is just one of the many must-see parks you don’t want to miss nine Walnut Creek, California:

  • Civic Park
  • Alma Park
  • Walden Park
  • Howe Homestead Park
  • San Miguel Park
  • Walnut Creek Open Space
  • Diablo Shadows Park
  • Rudgear Park  

All of these wonderful parks are located just a short distance from our location at 1777 Botelho Drive, Suite 110 in Walnut Creek! Stop by for a visit anytime!





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