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Newhall Community Park

Newhall Parkway, Concord, CA
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A great park for a long walk!

Lots of room to explore. Take a nice stroll around the duck ponds, or take a hike up to to the... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Aaron P
Concord, California
Friendly feel

Very large park. Besides a sports field with Bocce Ball, there are many walking trails. Street and... read more

Reviewed 22 June 2017
Concord, California
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Newhall Parkway, Concord, CA
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Lots of room to explore. Take a nice stroll around the duck ponds, or take a hike up to to the American Flag up on the hill. *** Sadly, there has been a murder here and a couple of suicides here this year*** Stay alert...More

Thank Aaron P
Reviewed 22 June 2017

Very large park. Besides a sports field with Bocce Ball, there are many walking trails. Street and parking lot for parking.

Thank cdv8145
Reviewed 14 February 2017

Pretty decent dog park but unfortunately some owners need to muzzle their pets. Park is mowed pretty regularly, with some picnic tables. Nothing really special but nice to have close by.

Thank steve g
Reviewed 18 January 2017

Love this park and so do our dogs. The circumference gravel trail is, I believe, 1/2 mile with a central pond giving a habitant to ducks, geese, otters etc. The fenced in off leash dog park is a success of a caring group of people...More

Thank ConcordBaddog
Reviewed 13 September 2016

Moved away from the area and wanted to "revisit" area. Drove to park and parked car (gravel parking area) Green grass and great "kid' play area. Nice walking path with ducks and geese in area. There is an enclosed dog area too!

Thank GoingPlaces97415
Reviewed 24 August 2016

Newhall Community Park is delightful for kiddies. Has duck pond (always attractive to the children) and full playground with challenging apparatus.

Thank aflimberg
Reviewed 26 July 2016

Newhall Community Park is part of my daily four to six mile walk with my dogs. The park is accessible by auto from Clayton Road, Ayers Road, and Turtle Creek Road, with plenty of parking. There is a large fenced play area for children with...More

Thank William D
Reviewed 26 July 2016

Walk the dogs in Newhall quite a bit. It has relatively flat walking paths and hills for those that are interested. The dog park is split into big and small dogs and is a decent size but there is no shade on the big dog...More

Thank Kerry W
Reviewed 26 July 2016

I love to go to Newhall Community Park to walk. Seeing the ducks/geese is enjoyable. Lots of people playing games. Great (and very active) dog park. Nice hill to challenge if you are up to it! Several different trails you can take. Nice little playground...More

Thank ltoqe
Reviewed 20 May 2016

Feel very safe there, many things to do for the whole family. Great for organized sports, very lively dog park!

Thank The_Rabbit_55
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