All parks are open from dawn until 10:00PM
If you like the outdoors, Milpitas is the place for you. The City of Milpitas has over 25 park locations with various amenities for your enjoyment – softball fields, tennis courts, basketball courts, handball courts, bocce ball courts, volleyball standards, horseshoe units, par courses, and barbecuing. Below is a map showing locations of parks and facilities, followed by a description of what each park has to offer. The Park Chart shows the same information but in a chart format for easier comparison should you be looking for a specific amenity. Parks & Recreation Services provide maintenance services and facilitates park rental agreements...
City of Milpitas Park and Facility Map
Click on the location (number) of the Park/City Facility on the map for more information.
1. Milpitas Community Center: Photo
This facility is the site for many of the City's recreation classes and activities. It houses many recreation and community service programs. Reservations for City parks and facilities should be made here in person.
Location: 457 East Calaveras Boulevard, directly behind City Hall.
Phone: (408) 586-3210
2. Milpitas Community Library:
As a branch in the library system of Santa Clara County, special programs are offered including story hours, video and compact disc checkout.
Location: Located at 160 North Main Street.
Phone: (408) 262-1171
3. Milpitas Sports Center: Photo
This center provides sports and fitness classes and programs. Locker room and shower facilities, a fitness room with universal and free weights, stair masters, and lifecycles, drop-in basketball, aerobics, water exercise, lap swimming and a variety of other sports programs are offered year-round.
Location: 1325 East Calaveras Boulevard, east of North Park Victoria.
Phone: (408) 586-3225
3. Teen Center: Photo
This center provides drop-in and scheduled activities for teens, ages 12-17. The facility has pool, ping-pong, foosball tables, a big screen TV, video games and computers. Various activities are scheduled throughout the year, including trips, dances, band nights and tournaments. The Teen Center adjacent to the Sports Center.
Location: 1325 East Calaveras Boulevard, east of North Park Victoria.
Phone: (408) 586-3296
4. Barbara Lee Senior Center:
The facility consists of a Community Room/auditorium, two game rooms (one for table games and one with pool, ping pong and air hockey games), three class rooms, an art room, an exercise/dance room, and a fitness center. The facility also has a lounge and coffee/snack bar area, and a Case Manager services area.
Location: 40 North Milpitas Boulevard.
Phone: (408) 586-3400
5. Ben Rodgers Park:
A lovely 9.5 acre park with 6 barbeque units and picnic tables, a backstop, play equipment, and Parking for 30.
Location: Grand Teton at Sequoia.
6. Calle Oriente Mini-Park:
A nice neighborhood park with two handball courts, two tables, and play equipment.
Location: Calle Oriente off North Park Victoria.
7. Cardoza Park:
This 10-acre park features a lighted ball diamond, two horse-shoe units, volleyball poles, and an outdoor amphitheater. A great location for functions, it also includes 8 barbeque units, 19 tables, restrooms, play equipment, and parking for 133.
Location: Kennedy Drive at North Park Victoria.
8. Creighton Park:
With 4 barbeque units, 9 tables, parking for 15, and play equipment, this 5-acre park is a great site for family outings.
Location: Olympic west of South Park Victoria.
This 11 acre park has 3 tennis courts, 6 barbeque units, 10 picnic tables, a basketball hoop, play equipment, restrooms, and parking for 84. A terrific place for special gatherings.
Location: Dixon Landing and Milmont.
10. Foothill Park: Photo
A nice little 4-acre park that includes 3 barbeque units, 4 tables, parking for 20, and play equipment.
Location: Roswell Drive at Roswell Court.
11. Gill Memorial Park: Photo
This 8.1-acre park has a lighted ball diamond, 3 tennis courts, 2 handball courts, and a basketball court, plus 4 barbeques, 8 tables, play equipment, restrooms, and parking for 20.
Location: Paseo Refugio and Santa Rita.
12. Hall Memorial Park: Photo
Two barbeque units, 6 tables (2 in park and 4 in the Lagoon picnic area), 4 tennis courts, play equipment, restrooms, and parking for 18 make this 9.5-acre park a nice place.
Location: LaHonda and Coyote.
13. Hidden Lake Park: Photo
This 6.5-acre park has 2 barbeque units, 3 tables, parking for 5, and a lake with ducks. A nice place to relax.
Location: North Milpitas Boulevard between Escuela Parkway and Jacklin Road. Drop-in only.
14. Higuera Adobe Park: Photo
An historic adobe house sits on this 5.5-acre park site with 8 barbeque units, 16 tables, play equipment, and parking for 20. Plenty of shade trees are a plus.
Location: Wessex off North Park Victoria.
15. Hillcrest Park: Photo
This 5.2-acre park offers 7 barbeque units, 8 tables, and a tot lot for kids.
Location: Fieldcrest off Crescent. Drop-in only.
16. Murphy Park: Photo
This 8.7-acre park is a favorite place to gather with the kids. It features plenty of open space, restrooms, play equipment, and a lovely picnic area with 5 barbeque units, parking for 18, and 6 tables.
Location: Yellowstone east of South Park Victoria.
17. Pinewood Park:
This 8-acre park has 4 tennis courts, 2 barbeque units, 4 tables, a basketball hoop and a tot lot.
Location: Lonetree and Starlite Drive.
18. Sandalwood Park:
A nice little 3.5-acre neighborhood park good for lunchtime picnics. It features 3 barbeque units, 3 tables, and play equipment.
Location: Escuela Parkway and Russell.
19. Selwyn Park: Photo
This .25-acre small neighborhood park provides a playground, barbeque units, 2 picnic tables, and parking for 10.
Location: Selwyn Drive off Dempsey Road.
20. Sinnott Park:
A nice 4.7 acre park that includes a par course, play equipment, 2 barbeque units, 3 tables, and parking for 30.
Location: Clear Lake and Tahoe.
21. Starlite Park: Photo
The 4 acre park offers a nice place for family fun, with horse-shoe units, play equipment, 3 barbeque units, and 5 tables.
Location: Rudyard and Abbott Avenue.
22. Strickroth Park:
This 5.7 acre park with parking for 25 offers play equipment, 2 barbeque units, and 6 tables.
Location: Martil and Gemma off East Tramway.
23. Augustine Memorial Park: Photo
Plenty of open space, plus play equipment, 4 barbeque units, and 4 tables in this 6 acre park.
Location: Cortez and Coelho off Escuela.
24. Jones Memorial Park:
This 5.2 acre park offers a par course, play equipment, 2 barbeque units, and 5 tables.
Location: Jacklin at Hillview.
25. Robert E. Browne Park:
A great place to play tennis on the 4 lighted courts, with a large grassy area and par course. Restrooms and parking are available across the street.
Location: Yellowstone east of South Park Victoria. Drop-in only.
26. Rancho Softball Field: Photo
Located at Rancho Middle School, this field is a nice place for a game.
Location: 1915 Yellowstone.
27. Milpitas High Pool:
This facility is the site for a variety of swim programs offered during the summer months. For information on swim lessons and recreation swim, call (408) 586-3225.
Location: Located at 1285 Escula Parkway.
Phone: (408) 586-3225
28. Sal Cracolice Building
It offers an auditorium, small kitchen, small class room and patio area.
Location: 540 South Abel Street.
29. Ed Levin County Park:
Owned and maintained by the County of Santa Clara Parks and Recreation Department, this park may be reached via Calaveras Boulevard. For information, call (408) 262-6980 or Visit the County website.
Location: 3100 Calaveras Road, Milpitas, CA 95035
Phone: (408) 262-6980
City of Milpitas Dog Park at Ed Levin (Milpitas Muni Code V-9-7.01): Photo
- Only dogs, dog handlers, and those persons accompanying them are allowed in the dog park.
- Dog handlers must be 16 years of age or older. Any person under 16 years of are in the dog park must be accompanied by a person 18 years or older.
- A dog handler, as defined herein, shall accompany his of her dogs at all times.
- Dog handlers are responsible for picking up and properly disposing of all feces deposited by their dogs.
- No more than two dogs per handler will be permitted in the park at one time.
- Dogs in heat are not permitted in the park.
- Dogs must be vaccinated and free of communicable illness and disease.
- Dogs must wear proof of current license.
- Dogs must be under voice control of their handler.
- Dogs displaying aggressive or anti-social behavior are not permitted in the park. Upon signs of aggression or anti-social behavior the dog will immediately be required to leave the park.
- All other City of Milpitas park rules apply to use of the dog park.
- Only dogs less than 20 inches from the top of the shoulders are allowed in the “Small Dog Area.”
- Dogs must be leashed when entering and exiting the park.
- Users of the dog park do so at their own risk. Neither the County nor the City shall be liable for any injury or damage caused by any dog in the dog park.
30. Pecot Park:
A 3 acre park.
Location: .Dixon Landing, west of Conway.
31 - 33. Parc Metro East, Middle, and West: Photo
All 3 nice neighborhood parks provides a playground. Park Metro East also has barbeque units and is reservable.
Location: Parc Metro, Curtis, east of Main Street Parc Metro parks can not be reserved.
34. Hetch Hetchy Linear Pkwy:
Location: East side of Santa Rita
35. Alviso Adobe:
Located at Calaveras, east of Piedmont.
36. Calaveras Ridge:
Located at Calaveras Ride, so. of Country Club.
37. Tom Evatt Park:
This 5.46 acre park has 16 picnic tables, 4 barbeque units, many benches. There are 2 half basketball courts, 2 tennis courts and 2 Bocce ball courts. A playground for the kids and a large lawn area makes this a fun park for all ages.
Location: Abel Street and Machado Street
38. John McDermott Park:
This .95 acre park has 3 shaded picnic tables, 2 palygrounds, and a restroom.
Location: Alvarez Court, off Abel Street
39. O'Toole Elms Park:
The 1.51 acre park includes 8 picnic tables, 1 barbeque unit and 2 playgrounds.
Location: Abel Street, north of Curtis Avenue
|Park & Facility Rentals||Hours:|
|457 East Calaveras Boulevard||Monday-Thursday: 8:00am - 6:00pm|
|Main Phone: (408) 586-3210||Friday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm|
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