15 Acre Park with a large children's playground that includes 2 playground climbing structures, sand pits, bucket swings/big kid swings, climbing wall and a fun splash park.
There are also tennis courts, basketball courts, horseshoe pits, shuffleboard, and a cricket pitch.
Restrooms are available on-site. Plenty of picnic tables and grassy areas to snack at.
Picnic tables, hiking paths, soccer field, and playground. I visited on a cloudy morning, and found strollers taking their morning constitution. Soccer teams were practicing ball handling, and the sun was just breaking thru. The oldsters were up before the youngsters, as there was no sign of the latter. The picnic area is ample, walking paths friendly, soccer field useful, and children's section inviting. Overall, an exceptional park, as are all in Sunnyvale.
Ortega park is a great place to take the kids to play on a sunny weekday afternoon. The play areas are clean and well kept, there are HUGE expanses of grassy lawn and a fun water feature for hot days. The park is very popular on weekends for parties, reunions, BBQs etc. and can get very crowded.
This park has so much space for kids to run around and just play. There are plenty of tables and benches for picnicking and ample parking.
The highlights of the park include:
- Two play areas: one for toddlers and one for older kids
- A rock climbing wall - it's fun to see how adventurous your child can get!
- A water fountain where kids can run around and get squirted - great for hot summer days!
- Baseball fields, basketball and tennis courts
- Beautiful gazebo
My toddler boys loved this park and didn't want to leave!
Just took my 2 year old son to this park today for the first time and he just ran around for about 90 minutes straight happily entertained. There was just too much to do.
He started off working in the sand pits with his wheel loader, dump truck and other construction vehicles. We then migrated over to the climbing wall for a little bit of Mission Impossible type rock climbing. From there, we shot over to the splash park area and watched the older kids get sprayed by the huge fountains and shrieking with laughter and smiles. Last, he ran up and down the bike ramp for the remaining 30 minutes of our visit and thoroughly burned down the soles of his shoes.
We didn't even have time to check out the two play structures, but they seemed like your usual playground fare. There's a big tree in the middle of the play area which provides adequate shade. Limited shade in the other areas of the playground and water fountain area.
The main playground area isn't gated, but the smaller toddler play structure is.