Park and recreational facilities and services are an important component of the quality of life in Danville. The park facilities in Danville are currently provided by several public agencies and by the private sector. Public agencies include the Town of Danville, U.S. National Park Service, California Department of Parks and Recreation, East Bay Regional Park District, San Ramon Valley Unified School District, and Contra Costa County. Private sector organizations include private businesses, homeowner and neighborhood associations, and community based organizations.
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.
At Danville’s parks you’ll find the perfect setting for your
summer picnics, complete with barbecue grills, play areas with water features
for the kids, and a lush landscape that is the perfect backdrop for conquering
the coals. Enjoy some quality time with family and friends, play a game of
volleyball, toss the football around, or take that special someone on a
romantic picnic. You can do all this and more at one of the Town parks, but
don’t be left out in the cold.
Danville South Park
Diablo Vista Park
Hap Magee Ranch Park
Dog Park Tuesday ClosureDuring 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
Oak Hill Park
Osage Station Park
Sycamore Valley Park
General Information: (925) 314-3400Park Maintenance: (925) 314-3450Lost & Found: (925) 314-3450 Field/Dog Park Status Line: (925) 314-3484Park Rentals: (925) 314-3405Check for Availability
Hours of Operation:
Weekdays: 12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.Weekends: 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
On April 1, 2018, the Town of Danville's younger residents will
have more fun at two of the Town’s parks. Starting April 1, 2018 the water
play features at Hap Magee Ranch Park and Sycamore Valley Park will be turned on during the hours listed above if the temperature is over 80°F. Barring any restrictions on water usage, the water features should remain on
the normal schedule and close for the winter moratorium on October 1,
For more information,
contact Maintenance Services Superintendent Dave Casteel at (925) 314-3434 or email@example.com.
The residents of Danville take great pride in their park facilities. To ensure that park visitors enjoy the facilities, the Town Council has adopted Ordinance 91-13 governing park use.
The following activities are prohibited in the parks:
PARKS ARE OPEN FOR USE ONLY DURING DAYLIGHT HOURS.
LIGHTED SPORTS FIELDS ARE AVAILABLE BY RESERVATION.
The grass areas in all parks are mowed on the following days between the hours of 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. Park activities which are scheduled on a grass area will be interrupted.
-Hap Magee Park-Danville South Park
-Sycamore Valley Park
-Osage Station Park
-Diablo Vista Park-Oak Hill Park