De Anza Park

De Anza Park
De Anza Park
De Anza Park
De Anza Park
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Location

1405 S. Fern Ave.
Ontario, CA 91762
United States

Available Amenities:

  • Community Center
  • Restrooms
  • Tot Lot - 4,676 sq. ft. (Fibar Surface) for 2 to 12 Years Old
  • Play Structure - ADA Compliant
  • 7 Benches in Tot Lot Area
  • 1 Volleyball Sand Court
  • 2 Full Basketball Courts (Lighted)
  • 1 Picnic Shelter / Shade Structure
  • 3 Sheltered Picnic Tables
  • 12 Unsheltered Picnic Tables
  • 9 Barbecues
  • Turf Area / Multi-Use
  • 1 Soccer Field (Lighted)
  • 1 Football Field (Lighted)
  • 1 Softball Field
  • Pedestrian / Bike Path
  • 15 King Light Standards
  • 2 Horseshoe Courts
  • 204 Parking Spaces
  • Exercise Equipment
  • 14 Benches in Park Area
  • 3 Drinking Fountains
  • Synthetic Turf - 400 sq. ft.
  • Water Conservation Area

About De Anza Park:

Located at the corner of Phillips Street and South Euclid Avenue.  De Anza Park was first purchased in February 1926 for water purposes.  In 1931, De Anza Park was named after Juan Bautista De Anza, first to open a route across the mountains and desert from Sonora, Mexico to the San Gabriel Mission, nucleus of the City of Los Angeles.  Additional land was purchased during 1967 and 1969 for recreation and parks purposes.

De Anza Park Master Plan