Parks in Orinda, California
Parks & Facilities
COVID-19 Update to Our Orinda Parks and Rec Family:
Contra Costa County's most recent Health Order supersedes the Health Officer's order of 5 June 2020, which guides all persons to social isolation ("Prior Order"). The order seeks to limit much of the sports, transportation, and governmental and business functions to critical needs and to the outdoor activities and outdoor businesses that were permitted to resume by the prior order. However, in view of the progress made in slowing the spread of COVID-19 in the County of Contra Costa (the "County") and in accordance with the variance received by the County of the State of California on 9 June 2020, which enables the County to move faster or in a different order through the COVID-19 path to recovery of Stage 2 of the State of California, this Order relieves restrictions on allotment The order further amends limits on outdoor recreation events, childcare services, outdoor dining, campgrounds and outdoor swimming pools.
Protect Yourself When Visiting Parks and Recreational Facilities
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ( CDC) also created a list of "Do's" and "Don'ts" for park-goers, recognizing how necessary physical activity is during this period of confinement. To protect yourself and others from COVID-19 it is necessary to follow these measures in their list of Know Before You Go.
Visiting Parks and Recreational Facilities
Protect Yourself and Others from COVID-19
- Visit parks that are near to your home.
- Check in advance with the park or leisure area to plan safely to see if the bathroom facilities are open and what resources are available.
- Keep at least 6 feet away from others you don’t live with (“social distancing”) and take other steps to prevent COVID-19.
- Carefully consider use of playgrounds, and help children follow guidelines.
- Play it safe in and around swimming pools, hot tubs, and playgrounds for children , allowing space between yourself and others.
- Visit the parks if you're ill, have been tested positive for COVID-19 or know you've been exposed to COVID-19 recently.
- Visit crowded parks or campgrounds.
Orinda Parks and Recreation offers an array of beautiful and functional facilities and fields for your:
- Family Gathering
- Special Event
The City also has a variety of municipal parks and trails accessible for public use, and is also adjacent to the San Pablo Dam and Briones Reservoir trails of the East Bay Municipal Utility Districts. For more information about these places of gathering please check the following pages.
When you are interested in talking to a member of staff about booking a room, please call (925) 253-4205 during the Monday to Friday Room Rental Hours, from 8:30 a.m. By 12:30 hrs. If after 12:30 p.m. you call in Your phone call is answered within 24 hours of the next business day. You can also submit a request by email to Rentals@CityofOrinda.org.
The City of Orinda provides timeless places for every meeting. Every space has its own unreplaceable feature and is hard to find elsewhere.
Learn the steps needed to reserve a facility from Parks and Recreation.
If you are interested in reserving a sports area, please fill in the following information: Sports Facility Use Request, ready to pay a deposit, and after issuing a reservation permit, sign and apply permit, liability insurance and final payment.
Get information on the Parks in Orinda and their amenities.
Find out who to contact for information about Rental Fees.
The City of Orinda won a Trail Town USA designation in 1996 for the planning of an exemplary trail system which promotes non-motorized transport.