Parks

Overview

Parks

 

The City of Rocklin maintains thirty developed parks and another 200 acres of open space for its residents. A wealth of recreational opportunities throughout Rocklin complement the finest schools, businesses, and homes. You'll find many diverse recreational opportunities strategically located and easily accessible throughout the city.

 

The City of Rocklin maintains thirty developed parks and another 200 acres of open space for its residents. A wealth of recreational opportunities throughout Rocklin complement the finest schools, businesses, and homes. You’ll find many diverse recreational opportunities strategically located and easily accessible throughout the city.

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Quarry Park

Quarry Park is a central gathering place and picturesque setting for community events, concerts, quiet walks through nature, and active play. Quarry Park is home to an amphitheater, trails, open space, and wildlife.

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Trails and Bikeways

An interactive map of Rocklin provided by the City of Rocklin GIS department can be used to view the city’s bike routes and trails.

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Water Spraygrounds

Water Park Spraygrounds. Cool fun for kids.

There’s nothing better to beat the heat than to play in the spray!

Water spraygrounds are located at Kathy Lund Park (6101 West Oaks Blvd.) and Whitney Park (1801 Whitney Ranch Pkwy.). They will open May 15 through Oct. 15 from 10am to 7:30pm, 7 days a week.

For more information, please reach out to Parks & Recreation at 916-625-5200.

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Be Smoke-Free
in Rocklin City Parks

An ordinance fully prohibiting smoking in all city parks, recreation areas and city owned property became effective on July 13, 2017.  The no-smoking restriction includes electronic cigarettes and vaping devices.

The ordinance clarifies previous similar “park rules,” is easier to understand and, if necessary, enforce.

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Wi-Fi in the Parks

Free Wi-Fi in Rocklin Community Parks

The City of Rocklin, in partnership with Wave Broadband, provides free wireless internet in the City’s five community parks: