The City of Encinitas wanted to create a park that brings the community together through an assortment of attractions, including walking paths, ballfields, playgrounds and more.

A drought-tolerant landscape buffer surrounds the 44 acre park with decomposed granite pathways, alcoves with benches and a meandering dry river bed featuring anchoring boulders.

Utilizing artificial turf in a 2-acre dog park, ballfields, multi-use fields and unrestricted recreation areas allows the city to practice sustainability and cut watering and maintenance costs.