Hunting

Murdy Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Murdy Park is named after John A. Murdy who donated the 15-acre parcel of land to the City of Huntington Beach in 1962. Cement trails loop around the natural environment for walking, biking and jogging. Trees ...

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Pole Green Park

The 217-acre park, home of Mechanicsville Rebel Football, the Hanover Tomato Festival (held in July), and the Children's Festival (held in October) opened in the fall of 1998. Amenities at this park include lighted softball fields, soccer fields, lighted football field, muli-purpose fields, tot-lots, a concession building with restrooms, ...

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Hunter Memorial Park

The newly renovated athletic complex includes seven ALTA certified tennis courts, ten multi-purpose ball fields, a Miracle League ball field and twelve major league batting cages. Renovations also included over 650 parking spaces and over 1 ½ miles of sidewalks for walking and jogging. In addition, Hunter Park features ...

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Almont Park

Features at this location include: Basketball Courts(2), Cricket Field, Soccer Field, Softball Field, Tennis Courts (4), Field House, Jimmie Lee Hunt Playground, Shangri La ...

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Duncan & Castro Open Space

On their first trip to Edgehill Mountain, visitors are often surprised to find this 0.55 acre oasis of natural beauty in the middle of the city. The wooded hillside presents a stunning view of Mount Davidson, the Sunset District, and the Pacific Ocean. Red-tailed hawks hunt in the area ...

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Lake Park

Lake Park is the second park developed in Huntington Beach. The land was purchased in 1912, and was named Lake Park because of the small fly-fishing lake, which is now filled in with a children's playground. Located at the corner of 11th and Lake ...

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River Parks

On the east bank of the river, adjacent to Riverside Drive, the trail stretches from 11th to 101st Streets. At 97th Street and Riverside trail users can cross the river to Jenks or connect with the Creek Turnpike Trail and travel to Hunter Park and further east to Memorial ...

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Worthy Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Worthy Park is located beside Huntington Beach high school on the corner of Main Street and 17th. This 12-acre park has a wide range of activities, which make this a popular location for all ages. Racquetball, ...

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Wescott Preserve

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: mountain biking, bridle trail, cross-country skiing, fishing, hiking/nature trails, hunting, nature study, parking and ...

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Ridgetop Plaza

Stroll up the hill to this small landscaped plaza for a good view of the Bayview-Hunter's Point area or take advantage of the picnic tables and ...

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