Playgrounds in El Dorado Hills


Bertelsen Park

831 Redwood Lane, EDH

This hillside park has a restroom, playground, and a small water feature.

From Hwy 50 heading east, take El Dorado Hills exit. Make the second left onto Park, which veers left and turns into Mammoth. Turn right onto Arrowhead Dr. Park is at Arrowhead Dr. & Redwood Lane.

(Photo by Vomund Photography)

CSD Park

EDH Community Park/CSD Park

1021 Harvard Way, EDH

The toddler play area at this park is completely fenced so it is great for younger toddlers, and both the toddler and big kid play areas have shade canopies. The toddler area has rubber turf (and in the past had sand but no longer does), and the big kid play area has wood chips. Bathrooms available.

Read more about this park

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Kalithea Park

Gillette Dr & Powers Dr, El Dorado Hills

From Highway 50: El Dorado Hills Blvd. exit (not Latrobe); right onto El Dorado Hills Blvd.; left onto Governor Drive; pass Parkview Heights Park and continue up the hill (street name changes to Ridgeview Drive); right at Gillett Drive. The park is on the immediate left. This park has a restroom.

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Lake Forest Park

1821 Francisco Dr, El Dorado Hills

This 9 acre park has a kid-sized rock wall, play structure, grassy areas, a shaded picnic table area, and also has tennis courts.

(Photo by Sally Dunbar)

Overlook Park

3265 Kensington Dr, EDH

A large lawn area is next to the play structure, but there are no restroom facilities at this neighborhood park. Take Green Valley Road to El Dorado Hills Blvd. North (South is towards Hwy 50). If El Dorado Hills Blvd. turns into Lake Hills Blvd, you’ve gone too far. Turn left onto Village Center and then right onto on Kensington Drive opposite Sebastian Court.

(Photo by Vomund Photography)

Parkview Heights Park

Parkview Heights Park

2198 Moonstone Circle, EDH

From Hwy 50 east: exit El Dorado Hills Blvd. (not Latrobe); left onto Governor Drive; you will see the park straight ahead of you at the corner of Moonstone Circle.

(Photo by Vomund Photography)

Promontory Park

Promontory Community Park

Review

2700 Alexandra Drive, EDH

Features multiple play structures including one sized for toddlers and a large spray-ground water feature. Two of the play structures have shade awnings over them to provide some shade. This playground has whimsical theme with giant bugs and butterflies and shade awnings shaped like flowers. One play structure has rubber turf underneath, the others have wood chips.

Off Sophia Parkway.

(Photo by Vomund Photography)

Stephen Harris Park, El Dorado Hills CA

Stephen Harris Park

2740 Tam Oshanter Dr, EDH

In addition to a partially shaded play structure and partially shaded picnic area, this park also has four tennis courts.

(Photo by Vomund Photography)

Valley View Park

1661 Blackstone Pkwy, EDH

This park near Valley View Elementary School is in the southernmost part of El Dorado Hills. It is a sports park featuring fields for baseball, softball and soccer, in addition to the two play structures with partial shade canopies. Bathrooms available.

   

Bill McCabe Park/St. Andrews Park

2520 Hoffman Ct, EDH

Small play structure, picnic tables and a very large, open grass area. Good for running around & kites.

Take hwy 50 to El Dorado Hills Blvd. North. From the freeway, head down El Dorado Hills Blvd, make a right at Francisco Drive, and then an immediate right onto Hoffman Ct.

(Photo by Vomund Photography)

Creekside Greens Park

White Rock Road & Concordia Dr, EDH

It has a large (but not especially high) play structure.

Off White Rock Road and Concordia Drive.

 

(Photo by Vomund Photography)

Fairchild Park

Brackenwood Place, EDH

a peaceful and sunny neighborhood park, nestled within the Fairchild Village neighborhood.

on Brakenwood Place. From Green Valley Rd, coming from Folsom, right on Silva Valley Rd/Pkwy, right on Glenmore, left at Fairchild Dr, left on Brackenwood Place. Park is on the left 1/2 block down.

(Photo by Vomund Photography)

Laurel Oaks Park

5034 Whistlers Bend Way, EDH

Located in the Bass Lake Hills area, this 1.7 acre sunny neighborhood park has a play structure, basketball hoop, turf field, and many benches and picnic tables.

(Photo by Vomund Photography)

Murray Homestead Park

Amer Way & Calais Way, EDH

Located along Aberdeen Lane and Amer Way, this neighborhood park is set within the heart of Highland Village.

(Photo by Vomund Photography)

Oak Knoll Park

3331 Alyssum Circle, EDH

Located in the heart of Bass Lake Village, Oak Knoll park features a clubhouse, children’s play structure as well as a natural area that is covered by native oak trees.A parking lot is accessible from Alyssum Circle. The park is also accessible from the “bend” on Mendocino Way.

(Photo by Vomund Photography)

Ridgeview Unit 7 Park

3397 Julie Ann Way, EDH

This neighborhood park only has a small playground, but it offers spectacular views of Folsom and the greater Sacramento valley.

(Photo by Vomund Photography)

Village Green Park

4571 Serrano Pkwy, EDH

A 10 acre park with scenic recirculating stream and waterfalls, as well as a play structure.

Located at the corner of Silva Valley and Serrano Parkways

(Photo by Vomund Photography)

Waterford Park

2617 Carnelian Circle, EDH

At the corner of Carnelian Circle and Bairdsley Place in Waterford Village. It features native oak shade trees, a large lawn area, and a small play structure.

(Photo by Vomund Photography)

The El Dorado Hills Community Services District has a page with a map listing the amenities at each park (with links to pictures & details of each park).

 See Parks in other nearby areas: [Folsom] [Cameron Park, Shingle Springs, Placerville] [Sacramento County] [Placer County]