The Best Public Parks in Lancaster

Handpicked Top 3 Public Parks in Lancaster, California. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


4555 West Avenue G, Lancaster, CA 93534

Since 1972

Lakes for Fishing, Boating, Picnic Shelter, Play Equipment, Picnic Areas, Playground, Swings, Slides & Walking Paths

54 Acres Park - Hosts three fishing derbies every year, two for adults and one for youth

Sunrise - Sunset

This park is beautiful. I love the way it is laid out. We bring our kids here and let them walk or ride around the circular park, we stop at every play area and several spots next to the lake, the walk brings you in a circle, back to the parking area. By the time we get all the way around a couple hours have passed and the kids are exhausted. Mission accomplished! There is a decent amount of seating and grills throughout the park. There are many wild ducks and geese to view.

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43063 North 10th St West, Lancaster, CA 93534

Since 1980

Barbeques Facilities, Open Play Areas, Playground, Picnic Shelter, Picnic Tables, Restrooms, Tennis Courts, Basketball & Volleyball

Tree-lined park that encompasses more than 63 acres - Events to company picnics to family reunions and children’s birthday parties

Mon - Sun 6:00 am - 10:00 pm

Love this park. It is BIG, it has fields for playing ball, play areas, lots of parking and shade. This park hosts many fun events in the community, like the Poppy Fest and the new Monday Bitez (Food Trucks) This park is always well kept, even the bathrooms are clean.
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17150 E Ave J, Lancaster, CA 93535

Since 1960

Picnic Sites, Campground Facilities, Hiking, Tables, BBQ Grills, Playground, Woodlands, Fire Rings & Shade Ramadas

Offer 2.5 miles to the peak and can be picked up from below the day-use area - Offer 37 sites

Sunrise - Sunset

This is such a nice little desert to camp. Also nice for hiking, some really cool wildlife out there. Be sure to pack water and sunscreen before you hike thought the sun is blistering hot in the summer. Pics are mine and are Copyright
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