Santa Rosa Park, San Luis Obispo

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San Luis Obispo, CA
Santa Rosa Park, San Luis Obispo
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Note: The City has abandoned this park in recent years. 

Santa Rosa Park is a fun place for kids to burn some energy. The playground has spinners, rope bridge, rock climbing sections, play house, fire pole, wobbly ladder, and swings. On the far end of the park there's an amazing skate park with a wave-like shape and round shade canopies. There's also a basketball court that serves as a spot for roller derby games.
Lovely deciduous trees line the edges of the park, and there are plenty of picnic tables. The rolling San Luis Obispo hills form the backdrop. We had a really nice stop here after a long car drive. It was a crisp, sunny day- typical Fall weather in San Luis Obispo.
A sweet little park with a merry go round and lots of shade is just a minute away, Anholm Park.
If you're in the area on a Thursday, don't miss out on the fun party scene at the farmers market in downtown San Luis Obispo.
Kids love imaginary play at the San Luis Obispo Childrens Museum.
Also, don't miss out on the gorgeous beaches around here: picturesque Avila Beach; one of the many lookout parks at Shell Beach; or the butterfly preserve at Pismo Beach.

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The big kid playground.

Swings, spinner, and play house.

Spots to sit.

Roller slide, boulder to climb, swings, and play house, with cute mountain behind.

Play house, spinners, and cute mountain.

Teens hanging out at the skate park.

The skate park has a great wave area.

M Mountain, as seen from Santa Rosa Park in San Luis Obispo.

Lawns spread out on all three sides of you at Santa Rosa Park!

The playground, rope climbey, and swings.

Rope climbey between boulders, and swings.

Kids playing on the playground.

Beautiful green lawn.


Santa Rosa Park is located at 1050 Oak St, San Luis Obispo CA 93401.
Exit Highway 101 northbound at Highway 1/Morro Bay and turn right on Walnut St. Turn right on Santa Rosa St and then turn right on Oak St. The park will be on your left.
From Highway 101 southbound, exit at Highway 1/Morro Bay. You will be on Montalban St. Turn right on Oak St and the park is on your right.


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