Chaparral Park is one of the larger parks in Ladera Ranch. The park consists of three acres with playground equipment, grass fields, three (3) picnic areas, three (3) picnic tables, and four acres of baseball and soccer fields. This location allows reservations and has restrooms.
Cox Sports Park is where you will find most to the sport fields in Ladera Ranch. There are two (2) softball fields, two (2) lighted baseball fields, a lighted large soccer field (which has a shade structure on one side), and a smaller soccer practice field.
Founders Park is the largest park in Ladera Ranch with twelve acres of room for kids to run around. This park has lots of amenities including playground equipment, four (4) picnic areas, overhang with four (4) tables and four (4) BBQs, a gazebo with two (2) picnic tables, and two (2) sand volleyb...
Oso Grande Park is one of the larger parks in Ladera Ranch. The park consists of playground equipment, an overhand with three (3) picnic tables, two (2) BBQs, a gazebo and picnic table, a baseball field, and a soccer field. The park is located at 28135 Covenant Hills Drive.
Pleasanton Park is one of the smaller community parks in the Oak Knoll Village. There is playground equipment and a small grass area. There are no reservable areas at this park, and there are no restrooms at this location. It’s located at the end of Pleasanton Street.
Poets Park is one of the larger parks in Ladera Ranch. There is playground equipment, a field with a backstop, a gazebo with two (2) picnic tables and a BBQ, and two (2) picnic areas. The park’s located at 28741 Tuberose. There are no restrooms and there are no reservable areas at this location.
Sienna Botanica is a great park to have a picnic. There are three (3) picnic tables and playground equipment for children. This park is located at the corner of Sienna Parkway and Windmill Avenue. There are no reservations or restrooms at this location.
Town Green is one of the most charming parks in Ladera Ranch with a gazebo, rose garden, military memorial and the old oak tree, the heart of Ladera, across from Mercantile West shopping center. If you walk down the pathway from the gazebo to the oak tree, you can see the shape of a heart, made u...