The City of Walnut Parks system includes eleven parks with over 90 acres of maintained facilities. The convenient location of the parks allows residents to have a recreational area near their neighborhood to enjoy a picnic, celebrate a birthday party or just relax with family or friends. Please view the City's Park Guide for more information.
Per the Walnut Municipal Code - Title III, Chapter 17-25.1 (14),
Park hours are 6:00 am to 10:00 pm.
Walnut residents may reserve Snow Creek, Creekside, Lemon Creek, or Suzanne Park by visiting the Parks and Recreation department at least one week in advance. Please note: Walnut residents are those who live within the municipal boundaries of the City, not those who just have a "Walnut" postal code. The City's southern boundary is the north side of Valley Boulevard.
Reservations for parties include tables and grills and are on a first come first served basis. The City does not allow moon bounces or carnival rides in the park. Reservations of 150 or more must be approved by the Parks and Recreation Commission and should be made at least four weeks in advance. Parks may not be reserved for major holidays. Click here for a park reservation form.
For additional information regarding park reservations and information, please contact the Maintenance Recreation Facility located at 21701 Valley Blvd., or call (909) 598-5605. We are glad to be of service.
City of Walnut Parks
• Heidelberg Park - .14 acres
20406 Loyalton Drive
• Walnut Ranch Park - 45.2 acres
20101 Amar Road
• Snow Creek Park - 7 acres
21610 Snow Creek Drive
• Suzanne Park - 14 acres
625 Suzanne Road
• Creekside Park - 12 acres
780 Creekside Drive
• Arroyo Park - 2 acres
19891 Camino Arroyo
• Walnut Hills Park - 2 acres
19475 Avenida Del Sol
• Butterfield Park - 4 acres
19730 Camino Arroyo
• Lemon Creek Park - 3 acres
130 Avenida Alipaz
• Norm Ashley Park - .5 acres
19711 East Valley Boulevard
• Country Hollow - Passive Park- 7 acres
Country Hollow Drive/Parker Canyon
Help Keep Our Parks Clean
In the past, the parks have experienced damage to their facilities by vandals. The City of Walnut is asking residents to report any suspicious activity to the Sheriff's Department at (909) 595-2264. The City also offers a reward of up to $500 for information that leads to the conviction of an individual found guilty of damaging City facilities.
In addition, the City of Walnut would like to remind visitors to pick up after their dogs . Per the Los Angeles County Code of Ordinances:
"A person who owns or has custody of a dog (except a visually-impaired person with a guide dog) is required to remove the dog's feces immediately from public property or private property not owned or possessed by the owner or custodian of the dog. The dog's feces must be disposed of in a sanitary manner. A violation of this section is an infraction punishable by a fine of up to $100."
(Ord. 2016-0040 § 216, 2016.)