Updated: Aug 11
In this blog, we’ll cover everything about Hermosa Park. There are 2 playgrounds, a baseball field, a large grassy area, exercise equipment, picnic tables, and benches in this 9-acre park.
Lina Wilhelm's video shows much of the park and the playground. It's a great park in my opinion!
There is a parking lot off of Hamilton Street with 43 spots and 2 handicapped spots. If that lot ever gets full, you park in Deer Canyon Elementary School’s parking lot right next door; there are another 40 spaces. There’s also some street parking on Hamilton Street.
We’ll start by talking about the baseball field in Hermosa Park. Each dugout has a bench, but no shade cover. The trees provide a little bit of shade for the players and a lot for the people watching. Parents will also need to bring their own chairs unless they want to stand. There is no outfield fencing, so younger age groups will be using this field more often.
There is a sidewalk that goes around the entire park 0.38 miles long. Sidewalks connect every feature of the park. Yes, there are lots of picnic tables and benches along this path; most of them are next to the parking lot. Furthermore, there are lots of trees in the park. This is why I think this is such a great park during the summer heat.
Along the sidewalks are exercise equipment stations (it’s an exercise trail). There are monkey bars, a balance bar, some bars to hang on, and more. It’s a great addition to the playground.
The grassy space is past the baseball field on the southern part of the park. Soccer games are common here, and the open space is big enough to play anything like football and frisbee.
Maybe the best part of the park is that there are bathrooms. There aren’t too many parks with them in the Inland Empire.
Unleashed pets and skateboarding are prohibited in Rancho Cucamonga parks.
One of the reviews on Google says, "It's a great park! There's a walking path .38 miles each lap, and there's a few different exercise stations as you go around. There's a public restroom in the center, baseball diamond, and playground. There's a few picnic areas with tables and bbq grills."
Hermosa Park Playground
There is a shelter next to the playground that has 2 shaded picnic tables and a grill. There are lots of benches adjacent to the park so that you can watch your kids play. The playground surface is sand with rubber under the equipment; luckily, the playground has lots of shade, so the sand and rubber won’t be hot all day long.
There are a whopping 10 slides in Hermosa Park Playground - this is the most out of any park I have blogged about. 6 of them are traditional swings, and 4 are bucket swings for toddlers.
The larger playground has a long tunnel, a rope wall to climb, a couple of slides, a rock climbing wall, ladders, stairs, and lots of jungle gym equipment for your little ninjas.
The smaller playground has 3 slides, a step ladder, a bridge, a tunnel, a swirly fireman pole, and spring riders.
Address: 6787 Hermosa Ave. Alta Loma, CA 91701
Hours: 6 AM - 10 PM
Coordinates: 34.131142, -117,583451
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