Leigh Creekside Park is a hidden gem in Lafayette, California. It's perfect for an afternoon picnic with your family or when the kids need to blow off some steam on a play date. The park has lots of different activities for children and adults alike, like basketball courts, bike trails, skateboarding ramps and even horseshoes! There are also plenty of trees surrounding the park that provide shade and privacy from other people. Leigh Creekside Park is one place you'll never want to leave!

 

Leigh Creekside Park is a hidden gem in Lafayette, California. It's perfect for an afternoon picnic with your family or when the kids need to blow off some steam on a play date. The park has lots of different activities for children and adults alike, like basketball courts, bike trails, skateboarding ramps and even horseshoes! There are also plenty of trees surrounding the park that provide shade and privacy from other people. Leigh Creekside Park is one place you'll never want to leave!

Features of Leigh Creekside Park

  • Basketball courts

  • Horseshoes

  • Skateboarding ramps

  • Playground equipment for children and adults alike

How to Get There: Leigh Creek Park is located at 5530 Hayes Road, Lafayette CA. From the Northbound Highway 24 exit at Marsh Rd., turn right onto Marsh Rd., then left on Union Ave./Hayes Road and continue about one mile until you see the sign for access into the park on your left or take Hwy 242 West from I680 (about 20 miles) and go south on San Pablo Avenue/Foothill Boulevard in Pleasant Hill which will merge with El Camino Real; after a little more than a quarter of a mile, turn right onto Union Ave./Hayes Road and continue about one mile until you see the sign for access into the park on your left.

In Leigh Creek Park , visitors can enjoy a variety of outdoor activities. In addition to horseshoes there is also skateboarding ramps and playground equipment for children and adults alike. It's an excellent place to spend time with friends or family while enjoying nature--or trying something new!

The park is open from sunrise to sunset daily, and people of all ages are welcome. The entrance fee for everyone over the age of 13 is $12 (cash only). For a family with two adults and two children under 18 years old, that means it will cost you about $36 in total just to enter the gate.

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

  • Lafayette Community Park

  • Lafayette Reservoir Recreation

  • Acalanes Park

  • Moraga Commons Park

  • Lafayette Plaza Park

  • Olympic Blvd Staging Area

  • Buckeye Fields

  • Brook Street Park

 

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