Living in La Quinta, CA, can feel a lot like a holiday most of the time, thanks to the surrounding Santa Rosa Mountains and all the biking and hiking trails in the area. Another thing that makes living in La Quinta so ideal is that the city is home to a large number of parks. These public spaces are invitations to relax, throw a barbecue with friends and family, or enjoy some very special features.
Here’s a quick sampler of the best parks La Quinta has to offer.
La Quinta Park
Corner of Blackhawk Way and Adams Street, La Quinta, CA
Located right across La Quinta High School, La Quinta Park spans 18 acres and features a playground, a walking path, a skate park, space for public art, and an interactive water feature.
Civic Center Campus
78495 Calle Tampico, La Quinta, CA
Featuring vast green lawns, fountain lakes, and a stunning view of the mountains, the picture-perfect Civic Center Campus plays host to various festivals and musical events. On a regular day, guests can enjoy its picnic areas and walking paths.
Via Calle Tecate, La Quinta, CA
One of the best things about exploring Cove Oasis is that you’ll see plenty of birds, butterflies, and desert plant life, helping you get to know the area more intimately. Cove Oasis covers an area of 114 acres and has different hiking trails that will keep you coming back, and you can also access the Boo Hoff and Bear Creek trails here.
Desert Pride Park
Birchcrest Circle, La Quinta, CA
Stroll down the walking path, take in some of the stunning public art, and soak in some sun at the picnic tables or the playground. The park also welcomes dogs.
Fred Wolff Nature Preserve
52599 Avenida Madero, La Quinta, CA
Just off the western edge of the cove of La Quinta is Fred Wolff Nature Preserve, a 20-acre open space with plenty of fresh air and numerous trails. You can choose from paved or natural paths, and you can also bring your dog along; just make sure to keep them on a leash.
Fritz Burns Park
Corner of Avenue 52 and Avenida Bermudas, La Quinta, CA
This 12-acre park promises plenty of opportunities for fun and play for people of all ages. In addition to a skate park, a playground, a dog park, and picnic tables, you can also enjoy the water feature, swimming pool, and tennis courts.
Seeley Drive, La Quinta, CA
Aside from featuring walking paths and a playground, Pioneer Park also includes the Pioneer Dog Park, which features two off-leash enclosures – one for bigger dogs and the other one for smaller pups.
La Quinta has such a vast number of parks and outdoor spaces that none of them will feel too crowded even on the nicest summer day. It’s definitely time for you to pay them – and the rest of the city – a visit.
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