Spring Egg Hunts are here! The City is hosting 45 free egg hunt events for families at recreation centers across San Diego through May 11, 2019. Find an event near you: bit.ly/SpringEggHunts
Stories in Category Parks and Recreation
On the first day of spring, the wildflowers were blooming and attracting plenty of hikers and visitors to Mission Trails Regional Park.
City employees and volunteers completed a 1,120 foot long mural at Fiesta Island. Stop by and check it out!
Find your happy space at Lake Murray Community Park. Nestled between a residential neighborhood and Mission Trails Regional Park, this spot offers lots of activities along with plenty of peace and quiet.
Find your happy space at Ward Canyon Neighborhood Park in Normal Heights.
Visitors may be surprised to discover such a beautiful, expansive park on a busy corner near the Adams Avenue exit off Interstate 15. With open spaces, playgrounds, a basketball court and picnic tables, it is truly...
Several City parks offer designated off-leash dog areas. For a full list, visit https://www.sandiego.gov/park-and-recreation/parks/dogs/leashfree.
Fire prevention and safety is a shared responsibility. Please take a look at this video which contains valuable information about brush management. For more information, please visit sandiego.gov/fire/services/brush
The San Diego Sockers invite residents to get out and get Parks Fit this summer.
Mayor Kevin L. Faulconer along with City Councilmembers Scott Sherman and Lorie Zapf open the largest skate park in San Diego County and one of the biggest in the state. With community members, professional skateboarders and representatives from the Tony Hawk Foundation Mayor Faulconer and the...