Brookside Park, a 9.2 acre neighborhood park with picnic and playground facilities. The park is located on Brookside Avenue between Terracina Boulevard and Bellevue Avenue. From downtown Head south on N 6th St toward E Redlands Blvd. Take Brookside Ave to Lakeside Ave 5 min (1.5 mi). Take Brookside Ave to your destination 2 min (0.6 mi).
Caroline Park, a 16.8 acre nature park with trails and open space planted with native California plants and a water conservation garden. The park is located at Mariposa Drive and Dwight Street. 1748 Chaparral Dr.
Community Park, an 18.2 acre park with lighted baseball fields, tennis courts, picnic and playground facilities. The park is located at San Bernardino Avenue and Church Street.
Crafton Park, a 7.5 acre neighborhood park with lighted soccer field, picnic and playground facilities. The park is located at Wabash Avenue and Independence Avenue. I-10 E 1 min). Take E Citrus Ave to Independence Ave
5 min (2.1 mi). Turn right onto Independence Ave. Destination will be on the left
Ed Hales Park, a 0.7 acre downtown park with picnic facilities. The park is located in the downtown central business district at State Street and Fifth Street.
Israel Beal Park - Directions from Downtown Redlands. Head north on N 6th St toward E Stuart Ave 0.3 mi. Turn left onto E Colton Ave 0.1 mi. Take the 2nd right onto Orange St 0.5 mi. Continue straight to stay on Orange St 0.8 mi. Turn left onto W Pioneer Ave 0.3 mi. Take the 3rd right onto Furlow Dr 0.4 mi. Turn right onto River View Dr
Jennie Davis Park, a 5.2 acre neighborhood park with picnic and playground facilities. The park is located at Redlands Boulevard and New York Street. From downtown head south on N 6th St toward E Redlands Blvd
413 ft, Turn right onto E Redlands Blvd 0.9 mi, turn left at New York St.
Ford Park, a 27 acre park with two ponds for fishing, lighted tennis courts, picnic and playground facilities. The park is located at Redlands Boulevard and Ford Street. 955 Parkford Drive
Franklin Park, a 0.6 acre natural open space area. The park is located at Garden Street and Franklin Avenue. 35 East Franklin Avenue
Oakmont Park, the parking lot is where Sutherland Drive and South Lane meet. Oakridge Trail is an established trail 3.2 miles along the western side of the park and provides a short uphill climb before traversing the hilltops. It provides great vistas of the San Timoteo Canyon and in the distance, the mountain ranges of the San Bernardino National Forest. I-10 E to South Ln. Continue on South Ln. Drive to Sutherland Dr 0.6 miles.
Prospect Park, an 11.4 acre natural park with trails and picnic facilities. The park contains the Avice Meeker Sewall Theater, an outdoor amphitheater with seating for 407. The theater is home to the Redlands Summer Theater Festival. The park is located at Cajon Street and Highland Avenue. Dog's view of the park Head south on N 6th St toward E Redlands Blvd. Turn right onto E Olive Ave. Turn left onto Cajon St. Turn right onto W Highland Ave. Turn left onto Prospect Dr.
Redlands Sports Park: Phase I is a 35-acre site located at the northeast corner of Dearborn Street and San Bernardino Avenue. This park includes 8 full-sized soccer fields with lighting and a basketball court. Off-street parking is accessible from Dearborn Street north of San Bernardino Avenue. The facility is reserved for scheduled soccer activity. Future phases are in the construction planning stage and will include 4 additional lighted soccer fields, 15 acres of open field and recreational space, and a softball complex. 1790 N Dearborn St
San Timoteo Canyon Nature Preserve, a 40 acre natural preserve facility. The preserve is located in San Timoteo Canyon near Fern Avenue. I-10 E
1 min. Take E Highland Ave to Alessandro Rd. 5.6 to Carriage Trail.
Simond's Parkway, a 0.9 acre neighborhood park. The park is located at Garden Street and Rossmont Drive. 10-E exit 81 for Ford St, turn right onto Ford St, continue onto Garden Hill Dr, turn left onto Garden St. Destination will be on the right
Smiley Park, a 9.2 acre park at the Redlands Civic Center. This park is home to A. K. Smiley Public Library, a facility listed on the National Register of Historic Places; the Lincoln Shrine, containing the largest collection of Abraham Lincoln memorabilia west of the Mississippi River; and the Redlands Bowl, an outdoor amphitheater with seating for approximately 4,000 persons where summer concerts are performed each Tuesday and Friday evening during July and August. The park is located at Eureka Street south of Vine Street. 125 W Vine St
Sylvan Park, a 23.3 acre park with softball field, group and individual picnic areas and playground facilities. The historic Mill Creek Zanja flows through the park. Sylvan Park is the home of the Redlands Fourth of July programs. The park is located immediately west of the University of Redlands at Colton Avenue and University Street. 601 N University St
Texonia Park, a 10.7 acre neighborhood park with lighted softball field, basketball courts, picnic and playground facilities. The park is located at Lugonia Avenue and Texas Street. 1301-1413 Texas St
Park Reservations. Parks (Quality of Life Department) 798-7655