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Within the City Limits of Oakdale we offer many beautifully landscaped and maintained recreational areas. Listed are a combination of Neighborhood and Community Parks. For additional information about a particular facility please contact the Recreation Department at 209-845-3591.
Park Reservation Packet
BRIDLE RIDGE PARK
A neighborhood park located in the Bridle ridge Subdivision on the corner of Gregor Street and Shire Way, with a playground and benches surrounding the playground area.
Located in the Burchell Hills subdivision. A 3.7 acre neighborhood park with a children's playground, picnic facilities, and benches located throughout the park along the walkways.
C.E. WOOD PARK
Located on the corner of F Street and Yosemite Avenue. The park is located in the center of the downtown area, and is staging area for community events. Park includes: benches, tables, barbecues, and a gazebo.
COTTLE'S TRAIL PARK
COTTLE'S WOODS PARK
Located at the corner of Ventanas Avenue and East J Street.
A 9.5 acre community park. This park has 2 baseball fields, 1 soccer field, and a playground to provide a recreational area for the community's youth and to serve the recreational needs of the immediate neighborhood.
Located a half block from State Highway 120 on the corner of East A Street and Second Avenue.
This is a 3 acre community park that is fully developed with a unique play area that was funded and built by the community. Facilities included: restrooms, picnic area with 8 picnic tables and 3 barbecues semi separate from grass area, 4 scattered tables and 2 barbecues and shadded grassy areas for informal picnics. Dorada Park is where our community swimming pool is located.
FAIR OAKS PARK
Located at the corner of Oak Street and Poplar Street
A 1 acre mini-neighborhood park. Playground equipment for young children and shaded turf area suitable for infomal picnics and games.
FLORABELLE BRENNAN PARK
Located at Pedersen, 6th Avenue & H Street.
A 3 acre neighborhood park, with informal picnic areas (2 picnic tables and barbecue), concrete basketball court, skate park and children's play area.
L.B. GILBERT PARK
Located at the corner of C and D Street. This is a 4 acre neighborhood park. Facilities: restrooms, picnic area, playground equitment, 2 lighted tennis courts, basketball half court and a softball field.
RIVER AVENUE PARK
Located at the corner of River Avenue and Gina Way Ct.
A 2.5 acre neighborhood park with formal picnic areas with barbecues, playground equipment, and basketball half court. The park is located in one of the City's prettiest settings and is the home of a protected interior Live Oak Woodlands.
ROYSE MEMORIAL PLUNGE
T.L DAVIS YOUTH SPORTS PARK
Located at Ackley Circle off of Warnerville Road.
T.L. Davis Sports Park as a 17 acre sports complex dedicated to yough baseball and soccer. The facility features three Little League Fields, 1 regulation baseball field, 3 regulation soccer fields, and several other soccer fields of varying dimensions. Fields are available for local use only.
VALLEY VIEW PARK
Located in Burchell Hills Subdivision, North of Irwin Drive, between Jacob way on the West , and North Maag Avenue on the East.
A 17 acre neighborhood park with meandering sidewalks through the park, with benches along the path. This park has a beautiful view of the Sierra Nevada Mountains and the Stanislaus River.
A neighborhood park located on the corner of J street and Cabernet Drive in the Vineyard Subdivision.
This park has a drainage basin at one end and a playground on the other, with benches located around the outer edge of the playground equipment.
WILLIAM A. FISH PARK
Located on the corner of Pontiac Street and Cliffwood Way.
This 4.5 area neighborhood park came about as part of the Vinewood Park subdivision. A 2 acre depressed area serves as a combination drainage basin and youth baseball facility. The upper 2+ acres have a playground area and basketball court.
WILLIAM MEYER PARK
On the corner of Second Avenue and G Street (adjacent to the Oakdale Library).
Was created to provide quiet, shady areas for shoppers and senior citizens that may want to rest, read, have lunch, or play table games.
W.T. KERR COMMUNITY PARK
At the end of North Stearns Road off of State Highway 120 East of Oakdale.
A 14 acre community/reginal park along the Stanislaus River. Three formal picnic sites and numerous shady areas on grass suitalbe for picnics, playground equipment, horseshoe pits, basketball hoops, 1 sand volleyball court, and 3 softball diamonds.