May 5, 2008

Weber Park

Take the Riverside Exit in Roseville. Stay on Riverside until the end and turn right on Vernon. Right on Grant. Left on Oak and Left on Washington. Left on Main Street. Left on Berkely and Right on Circuit.

This is a hidden park. It is downtown slightly so all types of people come here. There are two playground areas with small and big kid swings. It has a great open space for soccer or frisbee or what sport you choose. There is a basketball court as well. It is out of the way of the busy street so it is safe in that regards. Happy park day.

Twinwood Park

Take the Pleasant Grove exit off I-65 in Roseville. Take a U-turn at the Gold Coast Dr. signal. Turn right at Pioneer Dr. Left on Ranch Red Rd. and left on Twinwood Loop. The park is pushed up against the wall next to Pleasant Grove.

This is a very hidden neighborhood park. It is very quiet and secluded. It has a playground and open grass field for great picnics. If you can find it you will have a great time, just bring along friends to have a better time.

Sylvia Besana Park

Off I-65 in Roseville take the Pleasant Grove exit. Make a U-turn at the Gold Coast Dr signal. Turn right at Pioneer Rd. Turn left on Trehowell Dr. Turn right into the parking lot past the park on the right.

This park is cute. It has a covered playground structure. The structure has a climbing wall and slides and ramps. It has a covered picnic table area. It has big and small swings. Lots of open space here to run around and get some energy out.

Vencil Brown Park

Off the I-65 in Roseville take the Pleasant Grove exit. Turn right on Roseville Pkwy. Turn left on Trestle. The park will be on the left.

This park is a baseball field and open space for soccer and running around. There is no playground here. It is good for frisbee games or just for a picnic outing.

Buljan Park

Off -65 in Roseville take the Pleasant Grove exit. Turn west. Turn right on Hallissy Dr. the park will be on the left.

This park has many baseball fields. It has a cute playground with swings and slides. The only downfall is there is no parking near the playground area. You have to park at the school adjacent to the baseball fields and walk a few hundred feet with your toddlers and kids in tow to enjoy the playground area.

H. C. Elliot Park

Off I-65 in Roseville, take the Pleasant Grove exit. Turn west. Turn left onto Woodcreek Oaks Blvd. Turn right onto Junction. Turn left onto Cushendall. The park will be up the street. Park in the parking lot.

This is a great neighborhood park. It is always busy with people coming and going all the time. It has a baseball field, great open space for soccer, a basketball court and a covered BBQ area with picnic tables. It has two playground areas and big and small kid swings. There is plenty to do at this park, and you might meet some friends while you are here as well.

Rube Nelson Park!

Off I-65 take Pleasant Grove exit. Turn west. Turn left onto Foothills Blvd. Turn left onto South Bluff Dr. The park will be up the street on the right side.

This is a cute small neighborhood park. It has big and small swings, slides, and a very cute frog that sprays water in the hot months. It has a trail connecting to it that goes by the train tracks for a short hike. It is a cute, quiet park. Here is a link to the City of Roseville's website about the park as well:

Mahany Park

Off I-65 in Roseville. Take the Pleasant Grove Exit. Turn west. Continue on Pleasant Grove until you pass Woodcreek Oaks Blvd. Turn left into the park on the left side.

This is a big park. It has a very new sleek library with storytime on Wednesdays at 10:30 and 11:00. It has a Sports Club where you can workout, take classes or have your kids take classes. The park itself has soccer fields, baseball fields and plenty of parking. They are in the making of an all accessible playground. It will be completed next year I believe.
There is a swimming facility located here as well. The entrance to that is on Woodcreek Oaks Blvd.
Lots to do at this park.

Misty Wood Park!

Roseville, CA

Off I-65 take the Pleasant Grove exit. Turn west. Turn right onto Misty Wood Drive. It is the first right after the Foothills signal. The park will be on the left side. Park on the street.

This is a great park. It is far enough away from the street you don't have worry about kids running in the street. It has a very cute boat structure kids can play on along with slides, ramps and small and big kid swings. There are plenty of picnic benches in the shade, BBQ area and lots of great open grass fields to play soccer. It even has a circle basketball court. The bonus is a hiking trail along the open space that goes along the creek behind houses. It makes a great hiking outing for toddlers and young kids.