Park Facilities & Information

Ferns Park playgroundThe City of Woodland has over 160 acres of parks and recreation areas and one swimming pool, which are used by over 45,000 park users each year! We also operate a 22-acre full service historical cemetery.

All park restrooms open 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. daily.


All park facilities (picnic areas) are available to the public on a first-come-first-serve-basis all year-round. Rental of a park is not required, however, without a permit, the park area is open to the public. Permits (reservations) may be obtained for reservable areas to guarantee the availability of a picnic area (March-October only).

Bounce Houses are not allowed without a permit. List of approved Bounce House Companies are available here.

Parks are reservable March 1-October 31; no reservations taken November 1-February 28. Reservations are taken for Saturdays & Sundays only. Monday-Friday are first-come-first-serve, except for school use, company events, weddings, political gatherings, or any gathering that would otherwise require department approval or special permits. For availability, contact the Community Services Department at (530) 661-2000.

Park Rental Fees (50 people or less)
Woodland Residents    $20 per hour (two hour minimum)
Non-Residents              $40 per hour (two hour minimum)

All reservations are done in person at the Community Services Department, 2001 East Street, Monday - Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 


Park Reservation Form 
For public requesting use of any City parks and shade structures.

Special Event Form
For public requesting use of City facilities, that is outside the normal use of the facility.

Athletic Field Request Form 
For user groups or public requesting use of any City sports fields.

Field Use Policy & Procedures
For user groups of Woodland requesting use of any City sports fields.

Contact staff to report issues at the links below:

All Ball Fields & Trees
Cemetery & Pool Facility

Reservations are done in person at the Community Services Department.


Dave Douglass Park