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It’s a Walk in the Park in Folsom (Literally)

You’d be hard-pressed to find a greater concentration of public parks anywhere else. Folsom boasts 48 parks featuring basketball courts to discus cages. They’re family-friendly, dog-friendly, and decidedly fun-friendly

Public Parks, Courts + Fields

To say we love parks in Folsom is an understatement. You’ll find nearly 50 developed parks here, ranging from the new Broder Family Homestead Park that celebrates the life of California pioneers and ranchers to Folsom Kids Play Park, more commonly referred to Castle Park that is home to a wooden castle play area and plenty of shade.

Whether you’re looking for water features, play structures, bike trail access, or playing fields, there’s a park (or 12) for you in Folsom. We’ve curated some of those that offer courts, playing fields, and unique experiences below. Explore the complete list here.

drone photo of a park that has a basketball court

Spray Parks – Water features ensure these are great spots to beat the heat. Note: most are open seasonally, from late May through September.

Andy Morin Sports Complex – An indoor sports facility geared toward a range of activities. They offer batting cages, pitching mound/hitting tunnel, indoor and outdoor basketball and soccer, indoor pickleball and volleyball courts, and more.

Econome Family Park – Multi-use fields, both lighted natural and artificial turf

Digger and Sharon Williams Rodeo Park – Baseball and Soccer Field

Ernie Sheldon Youth Sports Complex – Baseball field, lighted basketball court, lighted hockey rink, lighted tennis courts, soccer, and softball fields

Handy Family Park – Lighted baseball field, soccer field

Birdseye view of a baseball field

Hazel McFarland Park – Lighted baseball field, soccer field

John Kemp Community Park – Lighted ballfields, multi-use fields, lighted volleyball field

Lembi Community Park – Lighted baseball and softball fields, lighted basketball and pickleball courts, soccer field, turf volleyball

Livermore Community Park – Lighted football, lacrosse, soccer, and softball fields, sand volleyball

Nisenan Community Park – Lighted baseball field, lighted basketball court, soccer field

Philip Cohn Park – Baseball, soccer, and softball fields

Willow Hill Reservoir – Cross-country course, shot put/discus cag