All About The Community Parks in Stockton, California

Stockton is San Joaquin County County's seat in the California Central Valley.[19] Stockton was founded in 1849 after the acquisition of Rancho Campo de los Franceses by Captain Charles Maria Weber. The town has been named after Robert F. Stockton[25] and was the first to have a name not of Spanish or Indian American descent in California. The town is situated on the San Joaquin River in the northern San Joaquín Valley, and the California Finance Department reported its 2018 population of 311,178 residents. Stockton is California's 13th largest city and America's 63rd largest city. In 1999, 2004, 2015 and again in 2017, it was named All-America City.


The Parks


The city has 66 parks in the city and many open spaces maintained by licensed landscape entrepreneurs. City parks cover a range of activities from two-acre neighborhood sites to 64-acre community parks-from picnic areas, game courts, swimming pools, ball diamonds, soccer fields, tot lots, fountains, tennis courts, and much more.


The Community Services Department of the City of Stockton, formally known as Parks and Recreation, provides a great and enjoyable range of leisure activities for all ages.  Community Services is committed to providing Stockton Citizens with affordable, high-quality recreational programming and facilities. 


  • Fritz Grupe 


Fritz Grupe Park's 20 acres are a favorite place for picnics. Here you will find all kinds of sports, including baseball, soccer, horseshoes, basketball, exercise and handball. Take a walk around Lincoln Park. There is also a softball field at night.. Restrooms are available.


  • Victory Park


Victory Park has a modern playground with multiple slides and other equipment. A lagoon and several picnic areas are nearby. The 22-acre park also includes restrooms, picnic tables, BBQs, tennis courts, softball court and basketball courts. The Haggin Museum is housed on the Victory Park grounds.


  • Stribley Park


Stribley Park has a community center sheltered. There are 21 picnic tables across the park, 5 BBQ pits, a softball night light field and a handball court night lights, horseshoes, a basketball court, a baseball field and a play area for children.


  • McKinley Park


The McKinley Park has a surface of 22 acres with 15 picnic tables (and 3 briquettes), a playground, 2 softball courses at night, a baseball field, 4 tennis courts at night, basketball and handball courts, a pool and toilet.


  • Louis Park


The 60 acres of Louis Park is located near Pixie Woods including 4 softball diamonds, 4 tennis courts and 19 horse pits and 40 picnic tables with many BBQs. Including ski boats to kayaks, a new boat launch ramp will handle anything. There is also a playground for girls, basketball, handball courts and big toilets. Many tourists are careful not to leave their cars with valuables.


These amazing parks are located near the following parks in Stockton, California:

  • Stockton Skate Park

  • Pixie Woods Children's Playland

  • Weber Point Events Center

  • Barkleyville

  • Michael Faklis Park

  • P.E. Weston Park

  • Quacker Lake

  • Stribley Community Park

  • American Legion Park


All of these wonderful parks are located just a short distance from our Stockton location, 2613 Waterloo Rd. Stop by anytime!

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