Centennial Park is located in the eastern section of Paso Robles surrounded by neighborhoods and adjacent to Daniel Lewis Middle School. Besides being the home of all indoor community sports (basketball, volleyball and gymnastics) and many different classes and activities, Centennial Park has a large group barbeque area, grassy picnic areas, an amphitheater, walking paths, a playground, two outdoor half-court basketball courts, and four lighted tennis courts. There are also several meeting rooms available for rental.
The gymnasium has the capacity for either two half courts or one full basketball court, or two volleyball courts. There are bleachers, a game clock, lockers, showers, restrooms, and a gymnastics room.
Two rooms, the Live Oak and the White Oak, are excellent for meetings, seminars, and classes. The capacity of the Live Oak room is 45. The room includes a whiteboard, built-in counter with sink, and a screen. Capacity for the White Oak room is 30. It also has a whiteboard and counter with sink.
The facilities at Centennial Park available for rental are listed below along with their costs. To reserve a room or area, download and fill out a Facility Use Form and either mail or bring it in to Centennial Park, along with a check for the appropriate amount. You will also need to apply for an Alcohol Use Permit if your event will involve alcohol. Alcohol Use Permits must be submitted no later than 30 days prior to your scheduled event.
For further details or questions, contact the Facilities Coordinator by email or by phone at 237-3991.
|Banquet Room **||$63/hr|
|Group Barbeque Area||$28/hr|
|Kitchen (available only with rental of banquet rm)||$8/hr|
|Live Oak Room||$16/hr|
Normal hours are M–F, 8:00
a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Paso Demonstration Garden
at Centennial Park
The garden is open to the public every Wednesday, 1- 3pm
The Paso Demo Garden incorporates drought tolerant natives and Mediterranean climate adapted perennials into an edible landscape that is both beautiful and water conscious. It is Northern SLO County's only public space utilizing permaculture design principles, and is grown using no pesticides or synthetic chemicals. Produce from the garden is shared among volunteers, with regular donations to the SLO County Food Bank in Paso Robles.
We are currently seeking volunteers to help maintain the garden by watering, weeding, and serving as hosts to help expand our "open hours" for visitors.
Please contact us if you're interested in volunteering!
We offer private workshops and tours free of charge to school groups, scouts, and other organizations upon request.
The garden is an open gathering space available by appointment to community groups for meetings and events, regardless of religious affiliation, gender identity, or cultural background.
To learn more, schedule a tour, or inquire about volunteering, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org