Parks & Public Access Areas In Roseville, CA
We found 12
At Camp EDMO®, Pre-K-8th campers develop their creative capacity, unleash their inner scientist and technologist, and explore the mysteries of the natural world.
The Swanston Community Center is part of the Mission Oaks Recreation and Park District with recreation programs and enrichment activities for all ages in the Arden-Arcade area. More info can be found at www.morpd.com.
Provide the Fair Oaks community with:
Excellent Parks and Facilities
Youth Sports Leagues
Leisure Enrichment Classes
Year-Round Recreation Programs
Soil Born Farms allows youth and adults to rediscover and participate in a system of food production and distribution that promotes healthy living and brings people together to share the simple pleasures of living life in harmony with nature.
Come make a splash at Johnson Pool! This pool facility includes a recreational pool with a small tube water slide, dressing rooms, spectator area, and a small picnic area.
When the Community Center is not being used for Recreation classes and city events, it is available for private rental. Trees, roses, turf and plants abound in the park and exterior building areas.
Funderland Park has been dishing up kid-sized thrills since 1946! It's only place to take the kids in Sacramento that has nine exciting amusement rides, a concession stand, birthday parties, and more!
The Oak Park Community Center is located near Broadway and Stockton Boulevard, and is accessible from Highway 99 at the 12th Avenue exit. Check also Sacramento Regional Transit bus routes. Built in 1980 to serve the Oak Park community and surround...
Conveniently located in the same complex as the South Natomas Library, our center's space includes: A large conference room, three other rentable rooms, a computer lab, an exercise room, a dance room, two playgrounds, the newly opened Rose Garden ...
That's all 12 places matching your criteria. Know of one we're missing?