How many facilities and parks are there in the District?

The Fair Oaks Recreation & Park District currently owns, operates and maintains ten parks and eight facilities.


Parks

  • Fair Oaks Park
    • 11549 Fair Oaks Boulevard Park
    • Amenities include: basketball court, softball fields, soccer field, playground, horseshoes, skateboard park, picnic areas, BBQ area, multipurpose field, community garden, horticultural center and the McMillan Center.
  • Gum Ranch Park
    • 5600 Tuckeroo Way
    • Amenities include: splash pad, pickleball court, walk paths, playgrounds, covered picnic areas, and restrooms.
  • Jim Streng Park
    • 8855 Swallow Way
    • Amenities include: playground, uncovered seating areas, drinking fountain and bottle filler.
  • Miller Park
    • 8480 Sunset Avenue Park
    • Amenities include: basketball court, tennis courts, playground, horseshoes, picnic areas and BBQ area.
  • Little Phoenix Park
    • 9041 Phoenix Avenue Park
    • Amenities include: playground and picnic areas.
  • Phoenix Park
    • 9050 Sunset Avenue Park
    • Amenities include: soccer fields, playgrounds, picnic areas, Little League, multipurpose fields, horseshoes, Vernal Pools, community garden and dog park.
  • Bannister Park
    • 3820 Bannister Road Park
    • Amenities include: soccer and multipurpose fields.
  • Montview Park
    • 4401 Minnesota Ave Park
    • Amenities include: playground and picnic areas.
  • Madison Place Park
    • 5542 Cannes Way
    • Amenities include: playground and picnic tables.
  • Plaza Park
    • 7003 Park Drive Park
    • Amenities include: picnic areas and the Veterans Memorial Amphitheatre.
  • Village Park
    • 4238 Main Street Park
    • Amenities include: playground, picnic areas, Arts and Crafts Building, and the Community Clubhouse (Upper and Lower Level).
  • Vintage Woods
    • Hazel & Madison by Petco Park
    • Amenities include: walking path

Facilities

  • District Office
    4150 Temescal Street
  • Community Clubhouse Auditorium
    7997 California Avenue Unit #1
  • Village Hall
    7997 California Avenue Unit #1
  • Arts & Crafts Building
    7997 California Avenue Unit #2 Classroom A Classroom B
  • McMillan Center
    11549 Fair Oaks Blvd.
  • Old Fair Oaks Library
    4200 Temescal Street
  • Fair Oaks Preschool
    8090 Grand Avenue
  • Veterans Memorial Amphitheater
    7991 California Avenue

Show All Answers

1. What are your hours of operation?
2. What time do the parks open and close?
3. How many facilities and parks are there in the District?
4. What are the District's rental opportunities?
5. How much does it cost to rent the facilities?
6. Do I need a permit to have a bounce house in the Park?
7. Can we sleep overnight in the parks?
8. Are you closing your bathrooms?
9. Are picnic areas available on a first come, first serve basis if they are not rented?
10. Can I bring my own BBQ into the park?
11. Can I have alcohol in the parks?
12. Why does my dog have to be on a leash? Why can't they be in the Vernal Pools?
13. Can I park at Bannister Park?
14. Does Fair Oaks Recreation and Park District have a Skate Park?
15. How do I get on the mailing list for the District Activity Guide, The Roost?
16. Where or how do I register for programs?
17. Where or how do I reserve facilities?
18. Can I get financial assistance to participate in recreation programs?
19. How can I get a refund for a Parks and Recreation program?
20. Which payment methods are accepted by the District?
21. Who regulates the wildlife (including the chickens)?
22. I want to report suspicious or criminal activity in the park?
23. How do I report graffiti or other problems within a park?
24. How do I become a volunteer?
25. Can I post flyers / banners in the parks?