Parks & Recreation Map
Parks & Recreation Map Luiseño ParkOceanside Municipal GolfCourseMelba Bishop Park &CenterLibby Lake ParkGaujome Regional ParkSpring Creek ParkAlamosa ParkMission Wells Historical LotHeritage Park & MuseumMarlado Highlands ParkFireside ParkIvey Ranch ParkRancho Del Oro ParkMartin Luther King, Jr. ParkEmerald Isle Golf CourseOceanside Harbor, Beach & Launch RampCapistrano ParkNorthCounty Humane Society & SPCA Dog ParkBuddy Todd ParkEl Corazon PropertyJoe Balderrama Park &CenterWoman's Club ParkBrooks Street Swim CenterRon Ortega Recreation ParkCenter city Golf CourseSenior Citizen's CenterAmericanization SchoolCesar Chavez ParkJoseph Carrasco ParkPalisades ParkJoseph Sepulveda ParkJohn Landes ParkSunshine Brooks TheaterPier/Pier AmphitheaterBeach Recreation CenterStrand Beach ParkTyson Street ParkPacific Street Linear ParkMarshall Street Swim CenterBuccaneer Beach ParkSouth Oceanside School ParkLion's Club (John Frenzel)ParkBeachesBeachesOak Riparian ParkLake ParkBuena Vista Lagoon NatureCenterSan Luis Rey TrailSan Luis Rey TrailSan Luis Rey TrailMance Buchanon Park

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Luiseño Park

Douglas Drive and Vandegrift Boulevard

I-5 to Mission Avenue, east on Mission to Douglas Drive, north on Douglas. Park site is located on the southwest corner of Douglas Drive and Vandegrift Boulevard

Developed Opened June 5, 2004
Size 10 acres
Named For The Luiseño Band of Mission Indians
Amenities 2 Multi-purpose Fields, Drinking Fountain, Two Play Structures, Parking Area, Restrooms, Tennis Courts

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Oceanside Municipal Golf Course

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Melba Bishop Park & Center

5306 North River Road

I-5 to Mission Avenue, east on Mission to Douglas Drive, north on Douglas to North River Road, east on North River Road (it turns into Vandegrift Blvd.) to North River Road, north on North River Road to park

Developed 1974
Size 16 acres
Named For Retired Councilmember Melba Bishop
Amenities Barbecue, Baseball Fields, Basketball, Drinking Fountain, Gymnasium, Horseshoes, Multipurpose Field, Parking Area, Picnic Area, Play Equipment, Restrooms, Softball Fields, Tennis, Volleyball

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Libby Lake Park

424 Calle Montecito

I-5 to Mission Avenue, east on Mission to Douglas Drive, north on Douglas to North River Road, east on North River Road to Calle Montecito, north on Calle Montecito to park

Developed 1972
Size 18 acres
Named For The lake on the property
Amenities Barbecue, Drinking Fountain, Horseshoes, Parking Area, Picnic Area, Play Equipment

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Guajome Regional Park

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Spring Creek Park

Melrose and Old Ranch Road

I-5 to Mission Avenue, east on Mission to Jeffries Ranch Road, south on Jeffries Ranch to Old Ranch Road, north to park

Accepted 1993
Size 3 acres
Named For Location in Spring Creek Development. The park was originally privately owned by the homeowners' association and accepted into the City’s inventory in 1993
Amenities No amenities on site

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Alamosa Park

Mesa Drive & Alamosa Drive

East on Highway 78 to College Blvd., north on College to Mesa Drive, East on Mesa to Alamosa

Dedicated 1992
Size 5 acres
Named For Location on Alamosa Drive
Amenities Barbecues, Drinking Fountain, Picnic Area, Play Equipment, Restrooms, Multipurpose Field, Parking Area

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Mission Wells Historical Lot

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Heritage Park & Museum

200 Peyri Road

I-5 to Mission Avenue, east on Mission to Douglas Drive, north on Douglas to El Camino Real (San Luis Rey Drive), east to Peyri, north on Peyri to park.

Developed 1975
Size 4 acres
Amenities Drinking Fountains, Parking Area, Picnic Area, Restrooms, Gazebo, Historical Buildings

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Marlado Highlands Park

Rivertree and Southwood Drive

I-5 to Mission Avenue, east on Mission to Foussat, north on Foussat to Rivertree, north on Rivertree to park

Accepted 1993
Size 5 acres
Named For Location in Marlado Highlands development. The park was originally privately owned by the Homeowners’ Association and accepted into the City’s inventory in 1993
Amenities Picnic Area, Play Equipment

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Fireside Park

Fireside Drive & Parkside Street

I-5 to Mission Avenue, east on Mission to Fireside Drive, north on Fireside to park

Developed 1975
Size 4 acres
Named For Location on Fireside Drive
Amenities Barbecues, Basketball, Drinking Fountains, Multipurpose Field, Picnic Area, Play Equipment, Volleyball

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Ivey Ranch Park

(Oceanside's only park specifically designed for the physically challenged)

4101 Mission Avenue

I-5 to Mission Avenue, east on Mission to Park

Developed 1981
Size 10 acres
Named For Location in the Ivey Ranch Estates Development
Amenities Barbecue, Drinking Fountains, Multipurpose Field, Parking Area, Picnic Area, Play Equipment, Restrooms

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Rancho Del Oro Park

College and Empressa

East on Highway 78 to College Blvd., north on College to Empressa and park

Developed 1992
Size 16 acres
Named For Location within Rancho Del Oro area
Amenities Drinking fountains, Multipurpose Field, Parking Area, Restrooms, Tennis

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Martin Luther King, Jr. Park

4500 Mesa Drive

East on Highway 78 to El Camino Real, north on El Camino Real to Mesa Drive, east on Mesa to park

Developed 1999
Size 17 acres
Named For Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Amenities Barbecue, Baseball/Softball Field, Drinking Fountain, Multipurpose Field, Parking Area, Picnic Area, Play Equipment, Restrooms, Roller Hockey Field, Soccer Field

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Emerald Isle Golf Course

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Oceanside Harbor, Beach & Launch Ramp

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Capistrano Park

770 Capistrano Drive

I-5 to Capistrano Drive, east on Capistrano to park

Developed 1964
Size 14 acres
Named For Location on Capistrano Drive
Amenities Barbecue, Baseball Field, Basketball, Drinking Fountains, Multipurpose Field, Parking Area, Picnic Area, Playground Equipment, Restrooms, Softball Facilities, Tennis, Volleyball

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North County Humane Society & SPCA Dog Park

North County Humane Society & SPCA Dog Park is adjacent to the North County Humane Society at 2905 San Luis Rey Road. It is an off-leash dog park. Please make sure to remind your dog(s) of proper etiquette before entering so that everyone can play. to learn more visit NCHS website: www.sdhumane.org

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Buddy Todd Park

Mesa Drive & Parnassus Circle

I-5 to Mission Avenue, east on Mission to Mesa Drive, south on Mesa two miles to park

Developed 1929 (Oceanside's oldest park)
Size 19 acres
Named For Originally named for its location on Parnassus Circle (which got its name from a visitor to Oceanside who said that the panoramic view from the hilltop reminded him of Mount Parnassus in Greece). The park was renamed in 1946 for John "Buddy" Todd, the first Oceanside resident to give his life for his country in World War II.
Amenities Barbecue, Basketball, Drinking Fountain, Multipurpose Field, Parking Area, Picnic Area, Play Equipment, Restrooms, Volleyball

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El Corazon Property

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Joe Balderrama Park & Center

709 San Diego Street

I-5 to Mission Avenue, east on Mission to San Diego Street, north on San Diego Street two blocks to park

Dedicated 1970
Size 3 acres
Named For Originally named for its location in the eastside of the neighborhood, the park was renamed in 1967 for Joe Balderrama, a World War II soldier from Oceanside killed in Germany in 1944.
Amenities Barbecue, Basketball, Drinking Fountain, Horseshoes, Multipurpose Field, Parking Area, Picnic Area, Play Equipment, Restrooms, Tennis, Volleyball

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Woman's Club Park

Mission Avenue and Brooks Street

I-5 to Mission Avenue, east on Mission to Brooks Street and park

Developed 1971
Size .5 acres
Named For Oceanside Women's Club
Amenities No amenities on site

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Brooks Street Swim Center

130 Brooks Street

One block east of I-5, 2 blocks south of Mission Ave.

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Ron Ortega Recreation Park

Brooks and Maxson Street

I-5 to Mission Avenue, east on Mission to Brooks Street, south on Brooks to Maxson Street and park.

Developed 1938
Size 12 acres
Named For Recreation Fields
Amenities Baseball Fields, Drinking fountains, Food Service, Parking Area, Restroom, Softball Fields

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Center city Golf Course

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Senior Citizen's Center

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Americanization School

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Cesar Chavez Park

Division Drive

Amenities Barbecues, Basketball, Drinking Fountain, Picnic Area, Play Equipment

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Joseph Carrasco Park

Skylark Drive

I-5 to Oceanside Blvd., east on Oceanside Blvd. to Crouch Street, south on Crouch for one block to Skylark

Developed 1980
Size 3 acres
Named For Originally named for its location on Skylark Drive, the park was renamed in 1990 for Joseph Carrasco for his numerous contributions to the development of the park
Amenities Picnic Area

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Palisades Park

Rancho Del Oro and Carnegie Drive

I-5 to Oceanside Blvd., east on Oceanside Blvd to Rancho Del Oro, south on Rancho Del Oro to Carnegie and park.

Developed 1993
Size 5 acres
Named For Its view atop a hill
Amenities Multipurpose Field, Play Equipment

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Joseph Sepulveda Park

Sherbourne Drive

East on Highway 78 to College Boulevard, north on College to Thunder Drive, west on Thunder to Sherbourne Drive, south on Sherbourne to park.

Developed 1976
Size 3 acres
Named For Originally named for its location on Sherbourne Drive, the park was renamed in 1993 in honor of John Sepulveda to honor his work with the youth of Oceanside
Amenities Barbecues, Baseball Field, Basketball, Drinking Fountain, Food Service, Picnic Area, Play Equipment

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John Landes Park

2855 Cedar Road

East on Highway 78 to College Blvd., north on College to Thunder Drive, south on Thunder to Lewis Street, north on Lewis to Cedar. The park is at the corner of Cedar and Lewis

Developed 1963
Size 10 acres
Named For John Landes, a former City Clerk
Amenities Barbecue, Baseball Field, Basketball, Drinking Fountains, Multipurpose Field, Parking Area, Picnic Area, Play Equipment, Restrooms, Softball Fields, Tennis, Volleyball

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Sunshine Brooks Theater

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Pier/Pier Amphitheater

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Junior Seau Beach Community Center

300 North The Strand

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Strand Beach Park (Seagaze Park)

The Strand & Seagaze

Amenities Picnic Area

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Tyson Street Park

Pacific Street & Tyson Street

Amenities Drinking Fountain, Parking Area, Picnic Area, Play Equipment, Restrooms

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Pacific Street Linear Park

Pacific Street

Amenities Drinking Fountain

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Marshall Street Swim Center

1404 Marshall Street

Four blocks west of I-5, one block north of California Street

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Buccaneer Beach Park

1506 South Pacific Street

I-5 to Mission Avenue, west on Mission to Pacific Street, south on Pacific to park

Dedicated 1977
Size 4 acres
Named For Originally named for its location near the Las Salinas water treatment facility. Renamed Buccaneer Beach Park in 1981 to match the name of Buccaneer Beach (across the street from the park).
Amenities Barbecue, Basketball, Drinking Fountain, Food Service, Multipurpose Field, Parking Area, Picnic Area, Play Equipment, Restrooms

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South Oceanside School Park

Cassidy Street & Stewart Street

Amenities Baseball Field, Basketball, Drinking Fountain, Multipurpose Field, Play Equipment, Tennis

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Lion's Club (John Frenzel) Park

Cassidy Street and Broadway

I-5 to Cassidy Street, west on Cassidy to park.

Size 0.5 acres
Named For The Oceanside Sea Lions Club, who assisted in the development of the park
Amenities Barbecue, Drinking Fountain, Picnic Area

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Beaches

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Oak Riparian Park

4625 Lake Blvd.

East on Highway 78 to College Blvd., south on College to Lake Blvd., east on Lake Blvd to park.

Developed 1988
Size 20 acres
Named For Terrain and natural state
Amenities Barbecue, Baseball Fields, Drinking Fountains, Multipurpose Field, Parking Area, Picnic Area, Play Equipment, Restrooms

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Lake Park

4970 Lake Blvd.

East on Highway 78 to College Blvd., south on College Blvd. to Lake Blvd., east on Lake Blvd. three miles to park.

Developed 1996
Size 10 acres
Named For Location on Lake Blvd.
Amenities Barbecue, Baseball Field, Drinking Fountains, Food Service, Multipurpose Field, Parking Area, Picnic Area, Play Equipment, Restrooms, Softball Fields

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Buena Vista Lagoon Nature Center

2202 South Coast Highway


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San Luis Rey Trail

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Mance Buchanon Park

425 College Blvd

Developed 2007
Size Approximately 29 acres
Named For Mance Buchanon an inspiration to the principles of sportsmanship, fellowship, and citizenship in our community and helped shape the lives of our youth and the park should be a reminder of future generations of these value
Amenities Multipurpose field, Picnic Area, Play Equipment, Restrooms, Drinking fountain and Parking spaces

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