San Leandro’s Department of Recreation and Human Services provides and maintains 23 parks and facilities in the area. Park season is from April 1 to October 31 with picnic shelters and areas available for rent. Our local parks offer a variety of outdoor recreation and sport opportunities. Many of our city parks are within a 10-minute drive from our front door or are easy to bike to using our complimentary bicycles.
Learn more about our local San Leandro parks:
About 2.5 miles from The Marina Inn on San Francisco Bay is Bonaire Park, at the corner of Juniper and Sagewood streets. This 5-acre park includes picnic areas, restrooms, and a play area for children.
This 10-acre park is located at Estudillo Avenue and Sylvan Circle and includes barbeque pits, large and small picnic areas, a volleyball court, restrooms, and a play area.
Just over two miles from our hotel is the neighborhood Cherry Grove Park. At four acres, this park, located along Leonard Drive at Williams Street, has picnic areas, tennis courts, 10 barbecue pits, play areas, and restrooms.
Floresta Park is located at 3750 Monterey Boulevard, about 3 miles from The Marina Inn. This park offers picnic and play areas.
At almost five acres, Halcyon Park, at 1245 147th Avenue, offers volleyball courts and a children’s play area. The park is about 4 miles from our hotel.
This park, at 1220 143rd Avenue at Rose Drive, is designed for tennis enthusiasts with tennis courts and an adjacent parking lot.
Probably the most popular park in San Leandro, Marina Park is a 30-acre park along the San Leandro shoreline and is about a five minute walk from our hotel. You’ll find picnic areas, barbecue grills, a playground, and a mile-long trail. The bike paths are the perfect spot to take our complimentary bicycles.
A small one-acre park with two backstops for baseball or softball. The park, located at Breed Avenue at Sunnyside Drive, is on a first-come, first-serve basis but has a tot lot that is shared with a local school for recess.
About four miles from the San Leandro shoreline, is Memorial Park, at the intersection of Bancroft and Callan avenues, and is one of the city’s oldest parks. Dedicated in 1938, this park offers picnic areas and two play areas for the little ones. On the north side of the park, you’ll find the flowing San Leandro Creek.
Located in downtown San Leandro at the intersection of Hays and E. 14th streets, this relatively new park offers plenty of seating and scattered gardens.
More than five miles from The Marina Inn, is Siempre Verde Park that has open space for play, picnic tables, a baseball field, a basketball court, play area, and restrooms. The park is located at the corner of Park Street and San Leandro Boulevard.
Less than three miles from us is Stenzel Park, on Wicks Boulevard at Elvina Drive, that has four regulation sized baseball fields, barbecue pits, and a half-court basketball court.
San Leandro’s oldest park, at Davis Street and Orchard Avenue, was renovated in 1992 and has several unique facilities. Here, you’ll find a regulation sized softball field, a skateboard park, open space, a playground, and the historical railway society building.
At four miles away, you’ll find Toyon Park that offers bocce and horseshoe courts. The park also has picnic tables, a tot play area, and restrooms. The park is located on Bancroft Avenue at 145th Avenue.
This 15-acre park is teeming with amenities that include an aquatic center, tennis courts, basketball courts, softball areas, open fields, and playgrounds. This park is at 149000 Zelma.
San Leandro park facilities may be reserved online or at the Senior or Marina Community Centers.