Riverside County Parks Department

Find Riverside County California parks and recreation department, including city and state park authorities, and systems. Parks departments provide information on local recreation facilities, city parks, state parks, activities, recreational land use, and sporting.


Coachella Valley Parks and Recreation 77865 Avenue Montezuma La Quinta CA 92253 760-564-9921


Hemet Parks and Recreation 3777 Industrial Ave Hemet CA 92545 951-765-3712

Lake Elsinore Parks and Recreation 32040 Riverside Drive Lake Elsinore CA 92530 951-471-1212

Lake Perris Parks and Recreation 17801 Lake Perris Drive Perris CA 92571 951-940-5600

Mira Loma Parks and Recreation 11201 Harrel Street Jurupa Valley CA 91752 951-360-5770

Moreno Valley Parks and Recreation 14075 Frederick Street Moreno Valley CA 92553 951-413-3280

Murrieta City Parks and Recreation 41810 Juniper Street Murrieta CA 92562 951-304-7275

Norco Parks and Recreation 2870 Clark Ave Norco CA 92860 951-270-5632

Palm Springs Parks and Recreation 4810 East Cam Parocela Palm Springs CA 92264 760-323-8272

Riverside County Parks and Recreation 4600 Crestmore Road Riverside CA 92509 951-955-4310

Riverside Parks and Recreation 3936 Chestnut Street Riverside CA 92501 951-826-2000

Are there fees for using parks?

Many programs and activities that are run by Parks Departments or take place at Parks Department facilities are fee-based. Many parks may be open to the public at no cost, though some heavily-trafficked parks may charge an entry or parking fee. State and federal parks that have campgrounds may also charge camping fees.

Are Parks Department programs and activities for residents only?

Parks Department programs and services are often limited to residents of the community. In some cases, Parks Departments may allow participation by non-residents, who must pay a higher fee. Use of public parks and passive recreation spaces is generally open to the public.

Are dogs allowed in public parks?

Local rules vary, but most public parks allow dogs. However, the vast majority of communities have leash laws that apply when bringing dogs to public parks.