Located east of Treat Boulevard and Clayton Road, Newhall Community Park offers 126 acres of open space with hiking trails, sports fields, ponds, picnic areas, and a dog park. In addition to sports and recreational activities, the park also offers a natural habitat for mammals, a pond full of water birds, and a crystal-clear brook.
For families with children, the park has two separate areas for dogs. One is for small breeds and puppies, while the other is for larger breeds and dogs trained off-leash. The well-thought-out outlay of the area makes the park a popular spot for both dogs and humans. However, the park can be very crowded on weekends.
For the nature lover, the park also features several trails that wind through the woods and native grasses. In spring, the trails are covered with wildflowers. The park is surrounded by beautiful oak trees, sycamore trees, and riparian forests. There are also plenty of benches and picnic tables to enjoy the scenery.
A reservable group picnic area is also available in a secluded creek-side setting. During sporting events, a concession stand is available at the park. There are also restrooms within walking distance of the park. The park has three sports fields, a shuffleboard court, and playground equipment. It has a large playground, which includes multiple slides and rock walls. There are also bocce ball courts, which are often used for exercise. The park is also home to a water fountain and a pond, which are home to water birds.
The park is also home to the Paw Patch Dog Park. This is a fenced dog park that allows dogs to play off-leash. This is a great place to socialize with your dog or take a walk, and it is perfect for smaller hounds.
The park also has a dog park for large hounds. This is a very popular spot in the Concord area, and it's ideal for people with puppies or dogs who are training off-leash. The park also has a playground, which is designed for children with disabilities.
The park is also home to several sports fields, including bocce ball, tennis, basketball, and volleyball. There are also baseball and soccer fields, as well as a pond. A trail system is also located in the park, which is a gravel path that follows the perimeter of the park's developed areas. The trails are winding through the riparian forests and oak trees.
The park is home to the Vietnam War Memorial, which is a moving tribute to the men and women who served in the war. There is also a model airplane flying area. In the summer, the park is home to a Concord Summer Festival, which is hosted by the Habitat for Humanity ReStore. The park also hosts tournaments throughout the year. The park is also home to Meadow Homes Spray Park, which offers splashy playback attractions. The park is a favourite spot for a day of family fun.