The City of Woodland proudly provides more than 394 acres of parks and recreation facilities, including 149 acres of developed parkland and 24 acres of other facilities. Visitors will enjoy the 24 mini neighborhood and community parks, a community sports park, a 50-meter aquatics complex, and six recreational facilities, including the 13-acre Woodland Community and Senior Center.
View a map of the Woodland parks (PDF).
Visitors to Woodland's parks and facilities will find:
- Basketball courts
- Disc golf
- Green belts
- Horseshoe pits
- Play areas
- Splash pads
- Tennis courts
- Walking trails
All park restrooms open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily.
All park facilities (picnic areas) are available to the public on a first-come-first-serve-basis all year-round.Link to page
Woodland Park Watch is a tool to connect residents to City of Woodland staff and the Woodland Police Department.Link to page
Report an Issue
Contact staff by email to report issues.Link to page
Parks in Woodland
Find park information for each park, including maps, images and amenities.Link to page
Woodland Regional Park
The City of Woodland, in partnership with Tuleyome, Explorit and other nonprofits, is creating a new nature park at the site of the retired landfill along County Road 102. The vision for the Park includes enhancing the wetland, plant, and wildlife resources on the site; improving access for public visitation; developing formal and informal education programs, and creating a Center for Nature, Science, and Culture. This transformational project will bring enjoyment of the outdoors directly to people in our community and it will advance our understanding of the many ways the environment shapes our agriculture, our communities, and our personal and planetary health. The Park’s close proximity to several schools and the Woodland Community College make it a convenient education and nature outlet, accessible within walking and biking distance.Link to page