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Pleasanton Sports and Recreation Park
5800 Parkside Dr, Pleasanton, CA 94588
Pleasanton Sports and Recreation Park is part of The Parks and Community Services Department. The park featuresMore basketball courts, a soccer field, volleyball, Little League fields, a running track, skateboarding track, concession stands and a batting cage. 
City of Pleasanton Parks & Community Services
200 Old Bernal Ave, Pleasanton, CA 94566

The Parks and Community Services Department consists of Parks Maintenance, Recreation, Civic Arts, Human Services andMore Landscape Architecture. The department offers recreational programs and classes to residents.

The City of Pleasanton has 42 community parks and about 24 miles of trails. Parks under the department's jurisdiction include:

  • Amador Valley Community Park
  • Amaral ark
  • Augustin Bernal Park
  • Bicentennial Park
  • Centennial Community Park
  • Civic Park
  • Creekside Park
  • Del Prado Park
  • Delucchi Park
  • Fairlands Park
  • Fawn Hills Park
  • Hansen Park
  • Heatherlark Park
  • Kottinger Community Park
  • Kottinger Village Community Park
  • Laurel Creek Park
  • Laurel Creek Staging Area
  • Lions Wayside Park
  • Main Street Green
  • McKinly Park
  • Meadowlark Park
  • Meadows Park
  • Muirwood Community Park
  • Nielsen Park
  • Oakhill Park
  • Orloff Park
  • Owens Plaza Park
  • Sports & Rec Community Park
  • Sutter Gate Park
  • Tawny Park
  • Tennis & Community Park
  • Upper Pleasanton Field
  • Valley Trails Park
  • Val Vista Park
  • Veterans Plaza Park
  • Vintage Hills Park
  • Walnut Grove Park
  • Woodthrush Park
Amador Valley Community Park
4301 Black Ave, Pleasanton, CA 94566
Amador Valley Community Park is a public park administrated by the Pleasanton Parks and Community Services Department.More In addition to play and picnic area, the park features a recreation center available for rentals.
Shadow Cliffs Regional Recreational Area
2500 Stanley Blvd, Pleasanton, CA 94566
Shadow Cliffs Regional Recreational Area is part of the East Bay Regional Park District. Donated by the ParkMore District from Kaiser Industries, the park has 266 acres including an 80-acre lake and four-flume waterslide with ample picnic areas. Activities include the Rapids Waterslide, a swimming beach, fishing, and boating (including boating for electric motors). 
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