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Arroyo Burro Beach
Known for its sandy beaches, swimming, surfing, and surf fishing, this park also offers a cool grassy area for picnics and playing.
Courthouse Garden Weddings
This historic 1929 Spanish-Moorish structure is one of the most beautiful buildings in the U.S. Its meticulously maintained gardens and spacious lawns have become a popular site for special events.
Goleta Beach Park
Known for its long fishing pier and sunbathing beaches, these 29 acres are often a destination for bicyclists on the area's paved trail system.
Isla Vista Park
A true neighborhood park, Isla Vista features unsurpassed views of the Pacific coast.
You're in for a pleasant surprise when you visit this tiny park.
Diversity describes this park, with a variety of picnic areas, ball field, tennis courts, and a renovated, historic carriage house, which is available for use by non-profit community youth groups.
Visitors who want to take in ocean views, have a picnic, or hike the trails will enjoy this park.
Rincon Beach Park
Widely respected for some of the Central Coast's best surfing, every age converges here on any one day.
Rocky Nook Park
Refresh yourself in this 19-acre park set among the oak and sycamore trees overlooking Mission Creek.
San Marcos Park Master Plan
San Marcos Park is a new County park consisting of three parcels totaling 10 acres along Via Gaitero north of Cathedral Oaks Road, adjacent to the 200-acre San Marcos Foothills Preserve near Hwy 154 and Foothill Road.
Toro Canyon Park
Tucked in the hills above Montecito, this 74-acre park provides respite from civilization.
Tucker's Grove Park
San Antonio Creek meanders through this oak woodland environment, where group outings of up to 400 people, are popular.