GLENDALE LA LOMA PARK
1310 La Loma at Glendale Avenue - Northeast Berkeley
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Glendale La Loma Park, located on a terraced hillside with great views, offers a variety of opportunities for play and recreation.
Basketball (1/2 court)
Tot play area featuring swings, slide, train, hillside climber
School-age play area featuring climber with slide, swings, sand
Picnic area with BBQ/fireplace
Vista/overlook with fantastic views
If you’re interested in rock climbing, check out the other Berkeley parks with rock features: Contra Costa Rock Park, Cragmont Rock Park, Great Stoneface Park, Grotto Rock Park, Indian Rock Park, Mortar Rock Park, and Remillard Park.
The City of Berkeley purchased the first parcel of land, the site of a former quarry, in 1949. Part of the site was filled in and leveled in 1962, and two additional properties were purchased from private owners in 1966–1967. A baseball field was added in 1967, and the upper terraces were developed in 1969–1970. Glendale–La Loma Park was dedicated at a public ceremony held on November 1, 1969. In 1974, the park was awarded the National Merit Design Award by the Professional Awards Program of the American Society of Landscape Architects.
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Restroom Available weekdays 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. only.
Limited Parking available at the upper terrace, including a disabled stall
5.61 acres 244,400 sq. ft.
Upper terrace with tot play area is fully wheelchair accessible, but school-age play area requires assistance down a long, steep path, and the structure in sand is not accessible.
6 a.m. to 10 p.m. unless otherwise posted.
For questions on park maintenance, contact:
Mobile Unit 1: Pam Boland, 510-981-6637, PBoland@ci.berkeley.ca.us
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