Open space and some recreational amenities are provided in the various villages of Irvine.
Neighborhood parks usually do not have public facilities or staff present. Picnic areas cannot be reserved and are available on a first-come, first-served basis for groups of 50 or less.
Bounce houses are permitted at select parks with a permit. For more information, visit the Picnic & Bounce Houses webpage.
Blue Gum Park, 14 Aberdeen
Brywood Park, 15 Westwood
Canyon Park, 6 Canyon Park
Carrotwood Park, 60 Bennington
Chaparral Park, 19032 Turtle Rock Drive
Citrusglen Park, 12170 Citrusglen
College Park, 14471 Mayten
Comstock Park, 5 Countryside Drive
Coralwood Park, 12 Fremont
Creekview Park, 300 East Yale Loop
Dovecreek Park, 3 Dovecreek
Eastwood Park, 130 Frontier
Flagstone Park, 21 Flagstone Drive
Hoeptner Park, 5331 Hoeptner
Homestead Park, 8 Cliffwood
Knollcrest Park, 2065 Knollcrest
Meadowood Park, 4685 Meadowood
Orchard Park, 1 Van Buren
Orchard Trails Park, 150 Tomato Springs
Pepperwood Park, 55 Columbus
Pinewood Park, 11 Hudson
Plaza Park, 610 Paseo Westpark
Presley Park, 4732 Karen Ann Lane
Racquet Club Park, 4030 Robon
Ranch Park, 5161 Royale
San Carlo Park, 15 San Carlo
San Leandro Park, 12 Paseo Westpark
San Marco Park, 1 San Marco
Sepulveda Vista Point, 4 Federation Way
Settlers Park, 35 Settlers Way
Silkwood Park, 1 Mayflower
Stonegate Park, 280 Honors
Sycamore Park, 27 Lewis
Valencia Park, 3081 Trevino Road
Valley Oak Park, 16001 Valley Oak
Willows Park, 4562 Ranchgrove
For information on bike trails, visit the City of Irvine Bikeways webpage.
For information community centers and parks, visit the Community Parks & Centers webpage.