Sherwood Park is located on the east side of town and is used mostly for youth sports. In addition to the Little League Field, Sherwood Park has one basketball court; horseshoe pits, restrooms, a sand volleyball court, one regulation size soccer field, two small soccer fields and a softball field with bleachers. Also at the park are four tennis courts.
To reserve the BBQ, download and fill out a Facility Use Form [pdf:333k/2pp] 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.
Beautification Award for Sherwood Forest
The City of Paso Robles and the REC Foundation were the recipients of the Chamber of Commerce Beautification Award in August 2007 for their work on the Sherwood Forest Park. The centerpiece of the park is the undoubtedly the "fire-breathing" dragon, pictured above, who guards over the park.
The City of Paso Robles and the REC Foundation invited the public to celebrate the Grand Opening Ceremony for the long awaited Sherwood Forest Playground Project on Friday, February 9, 2007.
This project represents Phase IA of the Sherwood Park Master Plan, which was completed in 2003 with community input during a series of design workshops. The playground environment embodies a medieval theme in the design complete with a mist breathing dragon, castle ruins with moat and two playground areas.
The Sherwood Forest Playground Project was originally started by the REC Foundation (formerly known as REC Inc) in 2000, by identifying that the City needed to replace outdated play equipment in Sherwood Park.
This fundraising non-profit dedicated to enhancing parks and recreation in Paso Robles challenged the City to take on the project by donating the first $15,000 and asking for the City Council to match it. The Council took up the challenge and did so, later adding Park Development Funds in addition to Propositions 12 and 40 Per Capita grant funding. The City then awarded the construction contract to Newton Construction. Construction began on the project May 11, 2006.