N Street Park 567 N St, Davis, CA95616 On a large mural that is a backdrop for this pleasant little park that livens up the dead end of N. Street, dinosaurs…More float like clouds on a sky-blue background. Below the mural wall, a hundred-foot wide strip of lawn separates a plastic jungle gym and small picnic area equipped with a barbeque grill. There is a bench near the playground for the convenience of parents and babysitters. To the north, past the picnic area, a shrub-lined path leads to Davis Community Gardens and provides a short-cut to Fifth Street.
John Barovetto Park 4400 Alhambra Dr, Davis, CA95618 Davis's newest park is named for local hero John Barovetto, who was killed in Vietnam in 1968. The park serves the…More Mace Ranch neighborhood with play equipment, soccer practice fields, basketball courts and picnic tables. Dogs may run unleashed on the five-acre meadow. The park connects with the Mace Ranch Greenbelt.
Westwood Park 900 Barkley St, Davis, CA95616 This park features several picnic pavilions (including grills) shaded by mature trees. Several nearby play structures…More are designed for ages 3-10. The Davis American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO) maintains a practice field on the east side of the park. A softball diamond with a backstop is also available for use.
Whaleback Park 1011 Marina Cir, Davis, CA95616 It's hard to tell from up close, but the gently sloping hill dominating this park does resemble the back of a whale.…More Inside the park, a gigantic jungle gym, tubular slides, a teeter-totter, and swings are anchored in soft sand. Picnic tables and grill units are clustered under tall trees, and bordering the large lawn, a bike trail leads to neighborhood streets.
West Manor Park 2910 Salem St, Davis, CA95616 Ball games are the main attractions here. Tennis and basketball courts flank each other next to the parking lot. A…More backstopped, grassy ball diamond also accommodates soccer players. Picnic pavilions cluster along a sandy strip that leads to play structures on the east side of the park.
Hacienda Park 809 Hacienda Ave, Davis, CA95616 Well-established shrubs and trees help the park blend in with this quiet neighborhood and add a charming rural…More atmosphere. The lawn is wide enough to accommodate soccer players or frisbee throwers. There's a moderate-sized play structure available along with several picnic tables and grills and a full basketball court. A bike path provides a short cut between two cul-de-sac streets.
Wildhorse Mini Park 2620 Duchamp St, Davis, CA95618 This park is nestled against the Wildhorse Agricultural Buffer, a path and uncultivated greenbelt bordering the…More Wildhorse development. Aside from an unobstructed expanse of manicured lawn primarily utilized by neighbors for soccer, Frisbee and touch football, amenities are minimal. A small play structure and swing set accommodates kids and there's a picnic table available for older folks.
Village Park 919 Arnold St, Davis, CA95618 This park is aptly named; it harmonizes unassumingly with the quiet surrounding neighborhood. Tall trees pleasantly…More deflect attention upward as you enter. The wooden picnic table/bar-b-que pavilions, basketball court and play structures were well-maintained during a recent visit.
Woodbridge Park 925 la Paz Dr, Davis, CA95618 Nestled between suburban streets and open fields to the south, this tiny park is naturally landscaped; city government…More saves money on maintenance since there is no lawn to mow. Several wild valley oaks tower overplay structures, benches, picnic tables, a teeter-totter and a winding path that leads south toward a branch of Putah Creek.
Sandy Motley Park 1919 Moore Blvd, Davis, CA95618 Named for the late Sandy Motley, who was mayor of Davis from 1976 to 1984 and sought to make her community a better…More place to live, this park is an amenity of the Wildhorse subdivision. It features picnic table pavilions, play structures, basketball courts and a large playing field and lawn area.