Parks

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As our community works to stop the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), the City of Palmdale will continue to promote precautionary measures and recommendations. Parks are enjoyable places for our residents; however, some park activities cannot be done while practicing State of California ordered social distancing and gathering restrictions. In response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and in accordance with the most recent LA County Department of Public and Health orders, the City of Palmdale Department of Recreation and Parks provides the following update on programming, events, facilities, park amenities and usage:

CITYWIDE PARK UPDATES

Revised: May 15, 2020

Parks remain open for walking, running, rest and leisure, picnicking and family outings, self-directed calisthenics, and tennis and pickleball courts. However, when visiting a park for exercise or respite, you MUST adhere to the County’s Safer at Home social distancing directives and must not participate in recreational group sports or activities that are incompatible with the County’s social distancing mandates and wear face coverings at all times.

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For more information on the Los Angeles County order(s), please visit: http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/media/coronavirus/ or dial 211.

Palmdale features many parks, recreation centers, pools and skate parks, as well as  Best of the West Softball Complex, Palmdale Amphitheater, Barrel Springs Trail & Equestrian Arena, DryTown® Water Park, Palmdale Playhouse and much more.