If you want to purchase a home in Walnut Creek, you will have access to just over a dozen beautiful parks in the area. Arbolado Park, on Doncaster Drive, is one of the city's most famous parks. Playground facilities, squash courts, walking tracks, a basketball court, barbecue pits, and a soccer field are all available at Arbolado Park.


Shade structures, sand diggers, rockers, explorers, 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 built 22 years ago. Park in-lieu taxes, which are charged to the city by owners for parks, were used to fund the playground upgrades.


Arbolado Park is almost always a huge hit. Apart from Heather Farms Park, it's potentially one of the most popular parks in Walnut Creek.There is always plenty of space, and if all parking lots are packed, you will almost always find street parking that isn't too far away.


This park has two separate play structures for children, each with a variety of slides, monkey bars, swings, and other fun kiddie attractions. Picnic tables, shaded fields, barbecue pits, and grassy areas can be found in the park. 


Families will set up picnics or barbecues on a large field next to the play structures. When the weather is nice, people set up tiny pools and slip n' slides for the kids, which is a lot of fun!

There are basketball courts, squash courts, and a dedicated soccer and football field at this park. If you're heading 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. There are also restrooms and water fountains here.


The fact that this park is accessible through the Ygnacio Canal Trail is perhaps its most appealing feature. If you like walking trails and have traveled from the trail's beginning in Concord to this park, you'll know that it's a perfect trail to walk your dogs on and then chill at the park after you've arrived.

This park is packed with crowds every 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 district, Arbolado Park is a great place to visit!

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

  • Heather Farm Park
  • Civic Park

  • Diablo Foothills Regional Park

  • Acalanes Ridge

  • Walden Park

  • Howe Homestead Park

  • Heather Farm Dog Park

  • Sugarloaf Open Space 


All of these wonderful parks are located just a short distance from our location at 1261 Locust Street in Walnut Creek!