• Community Parks

  • The Town of Danville owns, operates and maintains over 167 acres of parkland, most of which is used for active recreation.  Six community parks which include amenities such as children’s play equipment, sports fields, picnic areas, bocce ball courts, a dog park, and walking trails. In addition, 20 acres have been improved with trails or special use facilities. 

    Town's Strategic Plan for Parks, Recreation and Art.

  • Locations:

    Danville South Park

    • Picnic tables at this location are available first-come, first-served. No reservations accepted.

    Diablo Vista Park

    Hap Magee Ranch Park

    • Group picnic area with barbecues and children's water feature in play area
    • Dog Park which includes separate area for dogs weighing less than 25 lbs.
    • Sand volleyball
    • Aerial view of picnic rental area

    Oak Hill Park

    • Features a small lake surrounded by mature trees, lawns, and level pathways
    • Sand volleyball court with group picnic area includes seven tables and three barbecue pits
    • Aerial view of picnic rental area

    Osage Station Park

    Sycamore Valley Park


  • Dog Park Tuesday Closures Continue  

    During the normal usage season, the Canine Corral at Hap Magee Ranch Park is closed for maintenance every Tuesday until noon.  This closure will allow maintenance work to be completed at the site while minimizing the impacts on the user groups.  Tasks such as mowing, irrigation repairs, weed abatement, hardscape repairs and others will be conducted. This weekly closure will also allow the grass a day of rest which should extend the life of the turf to further enhance the usability of this area and maximize the experience for patrons of the dog park.

    It is also closed during periods of inclement weather. Please call Dog Park Information (925) 314-3484 to learn of any closures.

    For more information, contact Maintenance Services Superintendent, Dave Casteel at (925) 314-3450 or maintenance@danville.ca.gov