PARKS & FACILITIES
View a map of City Parks and Facilities.
The City of Paso Robles has a number of parks and facilities that are used by the community. Some, like the public parks, are open and available daily for general use. Others, such as the Centennial Banquet Room, meeting rooms and barbeque areas require prior reservations.
If you are looking for a playground to take the kids to play or just take a walk and enjoy the greenery, check out:
- Barney Schwartz Park
- Centennial Park
- Downtown City Park
- Pioneer Skate Park
- Sherwood Park
- Neighborhood Parks
If you are looking for somewhere with amenities such as barbeques, kitchen facilities, meeting rooms to hold an event, or trying to find a map showing where an event is being held, visit the pages below:
Incredible Resource For Park Information
Get familiar with Parkinfo.org - On this site you can find every public park or open space in California – from neighborhood parks to the largest state or federal park, forest or wilderness! Every agency should provide a link from their website to Parkinfo.org! Remember - Parks Make Life Better!
Please note: Centennial Pool will be closed this summer as a temporary cost-saving measure for the City of Paso Robles.
Swim lessons and public swim are held at Municipal Pool located at 534 28th Street. For more information, please call Centennial Park at 237-3988.
Trails - People, Bikes, and Dogs
"The City of Paso Robles Bikeway Plan is a comprehensive plan for non-motorized transportation facilities within the City of Paso Robles..."
For more information on the Bikeway Master Plan, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Policies and Guidelines
Download the City's Naming Policy concerning Public Facilities.
Download the Tennis Court Use Policy & Guidelines