Murrieta covers approximately 1.3 acres of trails, wide open area, slope, street scape and parks. This includes fifty park systems and a number of natural spots. Parks range in size from the tiny under half acre Rosewood Neighborhood Park to the 40 acres of Los Alamos Hills Sports Park, which is home to some of Murrieta’s youth sports leagues. The city also has over 20-mile network of trails for runners, bikers, walkers, and others to enjoy. A critical part of what shapes the quality of life for citizens of the City of Murrieta are its parks, trails, and natural areas. The Parks and Recreation Department created variety of recreation opportunities for our residents and those visiting the city at the same time making sure that we are preserving and enhancing the rich history and inherent natural beauty of this area.
Whatever your age and regardless of the season, you can find many different ways to be active and enjoy the great outdoors. There is so much to explore! For more information on trails, recreational and nature-based opportunities across the Murrieta-Temecula Valley, review the City’s trails and parks maps.
The city of Murrieta Los Alamos Hills Sports Park is a $9.4 million park which provides a first-class sports activities complex to the developing neighborhoods in the Murrieta, CA. Griffith Company provided its expertise and specialty crews to construct the forty-six-acre park which features soccer, baseball, football, and softball fields boasting top quality drainage and modern irrigation and lighting. Other than that, in keeping with the City’s historical equestrian leaning, there are miles of decomposed granite horse trails that are all rail fenced.
Our grade teams excavated plus filled up over 33,000 CY, and at the same time blasted and taken off rock and also cobble to maintain a rock-free surface. The underground crew placed 5,000 LF storm drainpipe, 2,550 LF sewer lines, and also new sewer lift station. In order to make sure outstanding surface drainage for the park’s playing fields, our landscaping team installed a Multi-Flow Sub Drainage System that established over 2 miles of those unique perforated filter pipes which have special permeable bedding in them.
To enhance the sports experience, the Park includes concession centers and a restroom, play structures, shelters with shades, picnic tables and other park fixtures. Also in order to increase natural habitat, the landscaping crews created a 7.6 acres of wildlife mitigation locations with native vegetation and a low impact smart irrigation system. Now the local community as well as the local wildlife each will have a new place to enjoy in this part of the city!
Are you planning a special event? Consider this location for a fun-filled celebration.
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