San Ramon heroes who dedicated their lives to this country are honored at Memorial Park. On September 11th, 2001, Thomas Edward Burnett Jr. (1963-2001) assisted in preventing terrorists from crashing their plane into their fourth target. Kyle D. Crowley (1985-2004) died while serving in the Iraq War. It's a lovely memorial and tribute to a couple of San Ramon locals.

In terms of the park itself, it's a good-sized one with a little bit of everything. It's tucked away on a hill west of the I-680 freeway, just off the Bollinger Canyon Road exit. Memorial Park is not only one of San Ramon's biggest parks, but it is also one of its most admired. The park was initially supposed to be named Alta Mesa Park, but the City Council agreed to rename it Memorial Park in honor of San Ramon resident Tom Burnett and the other victims of Flight 93 who died in the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.

On September 11, 2002, the park was dedicated, and a commemorative plaque was installed at the base of a flagpole at the park's cornerstone. A grove of memorial trees has been planted in the nearby meadow in honor of other locals who have passed away.

They have a big dog park, a playground, a small dirt bike area, picnic tables, bocce ball, and a small league field, among other items. Although parking is limited, People have never had trouble finding a spot. Overall, it's a great neighborhood park with a lot of nice people.

In San Ramon, there is a nice dog park with a large enclosed dirt area for dogs to play in. There is a water fountain for dogs as well as pooper scoopers. Smaller dogs have their own segment.

Between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., there is a resident dog crowd at Memorial Park in San Ramon. There are 15 to 30 puppies, most of which are well-behaved. Parking and toilets are plentiful. Dogs will run and play off leash in the Dog Park since it is so big. There are several old tennis balls to play with, as well as a gazebo for shade. There is a separate small dog park on one end of the park, and a drinking fountain for people and pets on the other.

At the bottom of the hill, by the parking lots, there is a children's playground. There's plenty of room for them to run around, as well as swings and a wide play structure. There is an open field for running around and a BBQ pit for grilling as you walk up the stairs. Next to the track, there's even a dog park. It will be much easier to keep an eye on the kids when grilling. Aside from that, it's a quiet little park.

Wide open space with plenty of room for both big and small dogs. They each have their own room. Water and garbage bags will be issued. There's even a good shaded area for pet owners to lounge in. There is a good playground, a baseball field, and a bike park on the grounds. When it rains, the bike park gets dirty.

This amazing kid-friendly park is just one of the many must-see sights you don’t want to miss in San Ramon, California:

  • Rancho San Ramon Community Park

  • Central Park

  • San Ramon Athan Downs

  • Forest Home Farms Historic Park 

  • Piccadilly Park

  • Bishop Ranch Regional Preserve

  • Boone Acres Park

  • Bollinger Canyon Fountain  

 

All of these wonderful attractions are located just a short distance from our location at 9835 Belladonna Drive in San Ramon!

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