A Day In The Park Anyone?




Long Beach has some great parks for a multitude of interests.  Here are a couple to check out . . .

El Dorado Park in East Long Beach

Whether you are looking to go on your morning walk, spend time with the family, or perhaps want to simply get some fresh air El Dorado Park in East Long Beach has a little bit of relaxation and or fun for everyone.


With just a bit over 165 Acres, this amazing widespread park offers plenty of amenities for avid park lovers to explore.  Enjoy over 4 miles of paved bicycle paths available to use.  Picnic areas & BBQ grills which are perfect for a family get together (with more than enough space to social distance), alongside two fishing lakes, which are stocked (must have a license if 16+), frisbee golf and a PGA golf course as well as, a Nature Center and so much more!

This park is well known by its local residences, but a hidden gem to those who have yet to explore East Long Beach.  Surrounded by lush mature trees and grassy areas that are breathtaking for anyone who appreciates nature.   With that said, who is ready to go to the park?

Lincoln Park Is Open To The Public


Have you heard about Long Beach’s Oldest Park?  Lincoln Park formerly known as Pacific Park was reopened to the city of Long Beach as of 02/11/2022.  For those who are not familiar with the now Lincoln Park.  It has been closed since 2016 alongside the recent renovations of the new Civic Center.

This $19.5 Million dollar project which was funded through a Private Partnership with supplemental funding by the Port of Long Beach, as well as, the LA County Measure A grant.

Some of the amenities in this state of the art 4 acre park include:  Universally Accessible Playground, Dog Park (with small and large dog areas available), Fitness Equipment, Synthetic Turf Sports Field, Half Court Basketball Area, Skate Park, Discovery Zones for Learning & Exploration, Grass Areas for Seating & Play,  and Lincoln Penny and Statue.

This park and what it offers to all patrons in the City of Long Beach truly is something to see for yourself.  For those that are new to the Long Beach Area, this is a definite must see!  Park hours are open from Dawn until 10:00PM.

Long Beach has some great parks for a multitude of interests.  Here are a couple to 

check out . . .

El Dorado Park in East Long Beach

Whether you are looking to go on your morning walk, spend time with the family, or perhaps want to simply get some fresh air El Dorado Park in East Long Beach has a little bit of relaxation and or fun for everyone.

With just a bit over 165 Acres, this amazing widespread park offers plenty of amenities for avid park lovers to explore.  Enjoy over 4 miles of paved bicycle paths available to use.  Picnic areas & BBQ grills which are perfect for a family get together (with more than enough space to social distance), alongside two fishing lakes, which are stocked (must have a license if 16+), frisbee golf and a PGA golf course as well as, a Nature Center and so much more!

This park is well known by its local residences, but a hidden gem to those who have yet to explore East Long Beach.  Surrounded by lush mature trees and grassy areas that are breathtaking for anyone who appreciates nature.   With that said, who is ready to go to the park?

Lincoln Park Is Open To The Public

Have you heard about Long Beach’s Oldest Park?  Lincoln Park formerly known as Pacific Park was reopened to the city of Long Beach as of 02/11/2022.  For those who are not familiar with the now Lincoln Park.  It has been closed since 2016 alongside the recent renovations of the new Civic Center.

This $19.5 Million dollar project which was funded through a Private Partnership with supplemental funding by the Port of Long Beach, as well as, the LA County Measure A grant.

Some of the amenities in this state of the art 4 acre park include:  Universally Accessible Playground, Dog Park (with small and large dog areas available), Fitness Equipment, Synthetic Turf Sports Field, Half Court Basketball Area, Skate Park, Discovery Zones for Learning & Exploration, Grass Areas for Seating & Play,  and Lincoln Penny and Statue.

This park and what it offers to all patrons in the City of Long Beach truly is something to see for yourself.  For those that are new to the Long Beach Area, this is a definite must see!  Park hours are open from Dawn until 10:00PM.

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