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Los Alamos Park
One of what we call our 'hidden treasures', Los Alamos is a 51-acre park at the mouth of the Drum Canyon.
Small and beautifully designed, this park is removed from the city bustle.
Nojoqui Falls Park
Walking the short trail to gaze at the falls makes what is already a stimulating setting even more memorable.
Ocean Beach Park
Another splendid surprise to first-timers, Ocean Beach sits in pristine isolation just steps from some of our most engaging and beautiful shoreline. Bird-watchers and nature photographers flock to this park.
Orcutt Community Park
Orcutt Community Park is a new 26-acre facility nestled around a riparian corridor in a beautiful oak studded canyon.
Rancho Guadalupe Dunes
This coastal county park is renowned for miles of pristine sand dunes along the shore and many sensitive plants and animals including western snowy plover and California least tern.
The community loves Richardson, where children play and couples stroll at sunset. A great spot for a picnic lunch or to finish the novel that has you in its clutches.
Santa Rosa Park
Located midway between Lompoc and Buellton, this small multi-level park is rich with live oak, native ferns, and wildflowers.
Santa Ynez Park
The children all know where this park is, with its playground equipment, volleyball court, and picnic areas.
This is one of the loveliest parks you will ever encounter, boasting two beautiful lakes with fountains, and 154 acres of grassy lawn, shady picnic areas, playgrounds, basketball and volleyball courts, and even a Frisbee disc golf course.