The City of Stockton Community Services Department, formerly known as Parks and Recreation, offers a wonderful and exciting variety of recreation programs and activities for all ages. Community Services, is dedicated to offering affordable, high quality recreation programming and facilities to the citizens of Stockton.
For more information on our recreational activities and programs, please visit the Community Services Department web page.
The Weber Point Event Center, is rented throughout the year for festivals, concerts and a variety of community celebrations. Enjoy the facility's interactive water feature and colorful children's play area, or, simply stroll the promenade and enjoy the panoramic Delta view. Nearby are other places to rent for special gatherings, such as DeCarli Waterfront Square, McLeod Lake Park, and Martin Luther King, Jr. Plaza.
The Parks Section of Public Works maintains and operates 66 parks. Parks range from two-acre neighborhood sites to 64-acre community parks. A wide range of activities are associated with city parks, from picnic areas, assorted game courts, swimming pools, ball diamonds, football & soccer fields, tot lots, fountains, tennis courts and more.
For more information on parks, please click here.
Pixie Woods is located at 3121 Monte Diablo Avenue, Stockton. It is Stockton's own fairyland for the young in age and the young at heart. It is over 50 years old. For parties, field trips or general information, please visit the Pixie Woods web page, or, Contact Us.
The Stockton Skate Park is located on El Dorado Street, between Swain Road and Benjamin Holt Drive. This exciting venue for skaters was constructed and opened in December 2000. The facility features a moon, small bowl, offset steps, half-pipe, rail, EMB, fun box, block, piano, and a star.
The skate park is a great recreational facility for all ages to enjoy one of today's most popular sports.
The park provides a safe, positive, alcohol and drug-free atmosphere for Stockton youth. The venue has a variety of popular features and compares favorably to other skate parks in the region. Helmets and pads are required.
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This City of Stockton web page last reviewed on --- 4/22/2020