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Visiting Our Parks

Regional Parks:
Woodward Park
Roeding Park
Regional Sports Complex
Neighborhood Parks
Entrance Fee Woodward Park and Regional Sports Complex: $5 per vehicle
($3 per vehicle with a senior citizen, age 65 or older, as passenger or driver.)
Park entrance fee shall be waived for motor vehicles displaying a valid disabled person placard.
No Fee
Facility Reservations Woodward Park
7 shelters:

  • 6 shelters accommodate 175–200 people
  • The Gazebo shelter accommodates up to 60 people
  • 2 activity areas available for reservation.

Roeding Park
8 areas available for reservation, some are shelters and some are groves that can accommodate anywhere from 25–490 people
Make a reservation online or call (559) 621-2900.

Reservations are not taken for neighborhood parks. All picnic tables and barbeques are first come first served.
Hours Open Daily
Summer: 7am–10pm
Winter: 7am–7pm
Open Daily
8am–dusk
Bounce Houses Not allowed Allowed with permission and proper insurance.
To get permission for a bounce house, call:
(559) 621-6600 or
(559) 621-2900

Park Passes

  • Annual Park Passes can be purchased for $50 from the SP+ office in downtown Fresno:
    SP+
    2125 Kern Street, #101
    Fresno, CA 93721
    Monday–Friday: 8:00 am–5:00 pm
    Cash, check or money order only.

For additional information, please contact SP+ at (559) 264-2425.

  • Passes are valid for entry into Woodward Park, Roeding Park, and the Regional Sports Complex.
  • City of Fresno residents that utilize PG&E’s family assistance program, CARE/FERA, can provide the same qualifying information (PG&E bill and driver’s license) to receive an annual pass for $25.

Planning a Special Event?

Please contact the PARCS office at (559) 621-2900 to plan a special event at any City park.

Fresno has more than 80 parks and trails. Find the one that’s just right for you.

Woodward Park

Woodward Park Map 
Reservations 
Fee Schedule

The late Ralph Woodward, a long-time Fresno resident, bequeathed the major portion of his estate in 1968 to provide a regional park and bird sanctuary in Northeast Fresno on the South bank of the San Joaquin River between Highway 41 and Friant Road. The initial 235 acres, combined with additional acres acquired later by the City brings the park to an amazing 300 acres. Now packed with amenities, Woodward Park is the only Regional Park of its size in the Central Valley.

Park Hours and Entrance Fees: The park is open April through October, 7am to 10pm and November through March, 7am to 7pm. Daily park entry fees are $5 per vehicle or $3 per vehicle in which a senior citizen (age 65 or older) is a passenger or driver. Due to higher demand, entry fees on holidays will be $7 per vehicle.

**Holiday rate applies to the following holidays: Easter, Cinco de Mayo (closest weekend), Mother’s Day, Memorial Day, Father’s Day, Independence Day and Labor Day.**

Park entrance fee shall be waived for motor vehicles displaying a valid disabled person placard.

Features:  The Southeast corner of the park harbors numerous bird species offering bird enthusiasts an excellent opportunity for viewing. The park has a multi-use amphitheatre that seats up to 2,500 people (to reserve, call (559) 621-2900), authentic Japanese Garden, fenced dog park, exercise par course, three children’s playgrounds, a lake, 3 small ponds, 7 picnic areas (with barbecues, electricity and water fountains) and five miles of multipurpose trails that are part of the San Joaquin River Parkway’s Lewis S. Eaton Trail. When complete, the Lewis S. Eaton trail system will cover 22 miles between Highway 99 and Friant Dam. The park also has many uncovered picnic tables that are available on a first come, first-served basis!

There are six large shelters throughout the park, each with 7 tables seating 25-30 people per table accommodating a maximum of 210 people for the entire shelter. These tables may be reserved for the entire day (7am to 10pm) for $30 each.

Additionally, a seventh shelter, the Gazebo, has 6 tables accommodating a maximum 60 people for the entire shelter. The Gazebo may be reserved for the entire day at $90.

Wedding Reservations at Woodward Park
Reservations are available for weddings and/or photos in the Redwood Glen Area, south of the Japanese Garden parking lot. This is a small open grass area bordered by redwoods. A permit is required for use. This area may be reserved for 6 hours per day, per customer and costs $50 for a permit. Times available for use are 7am-1pm, or 1pm to 7pm. Reservations can be made online at: PARCS Online or by calling (559) 621-2900.

Weddings are also held within the beautiful Shinzen Japanese Garden. Please contact (559) 840-1264 Ext. 2 for reservations or more information.

Photographers may take photos in the Shinzen Japanese Gardens for weddings, or other events such as graduations, family pictures, Quinceaneras, etc. Please call (559) 840-1264 Ext. 2 to schedule your photo shoot.

Address:
Woodward Park
7775 Friant Road
Fresno CA 93720

Rotary Amphitheater at Woodward Park

The Rotary Amphitheater is Fresno’s premier amphitheater in a unique and intimate outdoor setting. The theater is situated in Woodward Park, a 300-acre facility located on the south bank of the San Joaquin River between Highway 41 and Friant Road. It is nestled within lakes, streams, trees and trails and comfortably seats 3,500 people in orchestral, plaza and terraced lawn areas in continuation of the Greek open amphitheater tradition. Many patrons are surprised by the intimacy of the theater and how close all of the seats are to the stage.

Plenty of parking is reserved for Rotary Amphitheater patrons next to the venue. No outside food and beverages may be brought into the venue and all shows are produced rain or shine. The amphitheater now features a beautiful shade structure that reduces the ambient temperature in the seating area about twenty or more degrees and shelters patrons from about 70% of any rain drops!

The amphitheater has hosted such nationally renown stars of contemporary jazz as Al Jarreau, David Sanborn, Richard Elliot, Boney James, Michale Lington, The Philippe Saisse Trio, The Jeanette Harris Band and the Pete Escovedo Orchestra. In addition, the amphitheater has hosted several country music stars and even comedy great Paul Rodriguez.

For Booking Information call (559) 621-2926

2016 Concert Schedule 

Rotary Club of Fresno Logo

Address:
Woodward Park
7775 Friant Road
Fresno CA 93720

Roeding Park: Fresno Chaffee Zoo & Rotary Playland/Storyland

Roeding Park Map 
Reservations 
Fee Schedule

Whatever you have in mind for fun or relaxation, Roeding Park is just the place to spend the afternoon!

Beautifully landscaped with cool blue lakes, huge groves of trees, rolling green lawns, and dotted by flower gardens, the park contains eight championship tennis courts, two dance pavilions, horseshoe pits, slides and playgrounds, and many picnic areas, complete with picnic tables, and barbecue pits.

Park Hours and Entrance Fees: The park is open April through October, 7am to 10pm and November through March, 7am to 7pm. Daily park entry fees are $5 per vehicle or $3 per vehicle in which a senior citizen (age 65 or older) is a passenger or driver. Due to higher demand, entry fees on holidays will be $7 per vehicle.

**Holiday rate applies to the following holidays: Easter, Cinco de Mayo (closest weekend), Mother’s Day, Memorial Day, Father’s Day, Independence Day and Labor Day.**

Park entrance fee shall be waived for motor vehicles displaying a valid disabled person placard.

This 159 Acre Regional Park is located on Belmont Avenue next to Freeway 99 and attracts 600,000 visitors annually. It’s grassy acres include a lake, several ponds, and groves of ash, cedar, pine, and eucalyptus, maple, and redwood trees. There are numerous children’s playgrounds and 96 picnic tables and 5 picnic shelters scattered throughout the park. Tables within the shelters are reservable by day for $20 each.  For Picnic Shelter Reservations call the Parks Division at (559) 621-2900 or visit PARCS Online to get started now.  Scattered picnic tables located throughout the park need no reservations.

Features:
Chaffee Zoo
Children’s Playground
Dog Park
Fishing Lakes
Folk Dance Pavilions
Japanese War Memorial
Picnic Tables with Grills
Rotary Playland & Storyland
Rotary Storyland
Tennis Courts

The Historic Pergola is located in Roeding Park and is a beautiful setting for Weddings Ceremonies and/or photos ONLY, with Columns and Wysteria. A permit is required for use. This area may be reserved for 6 hours per day, per customer. Times available for use are 7am-1pm, or 1pm to 7pm and cost $50 each. Reservations can be made online at: PARCS Online or by calling (559) 621-2900

FRESNO CHAFFEE ZOO is open every day of the year from 9 am to 4 pm.  Adults $10; Children (2-11 yrs) $5.50; Seniors (62 and older) $5.50; Children under 2 and Fresno Chaffee Zoo members are admitted free. For more information call (559) 498-5910 or visit the Fresno Chaffee Zoo website.

ROTARY STORYLAND & PLAYLAND Family Amusement Park (both open seasonally February through November)
Rotary Storyland is a walk-through park of Mother Goose stories and fairytales and Rotary Playland is a small amusement park with 12 rides, paddle boats and a splash park. Storyland Admission is $5 per adult (11+) and $3.50 per child (2-11) children under 2 are free.  Rotary Playland is free admission and tickets for the rides or all day wristbands can be purchased at the ticket window.

Please visit the Rotary Storyland & Playland website for the most up to date hours and information.

Fresno Chaffee Zoo Logo
Storyland Logo

Address:
Roeding Park
890 W. Belmont
Fresno CA 93728

Regional Sports Complex

The Regional Sports Complex is 110 acres of baseball, softball and soccer dream land. The park, which was developed from a land fill, is environmentally conscious and regularly monitored for methane gas.

It features 9 soccer/footballs fields, two of which are championship size and lit, 6 lit softball/baseball fields, picnic benches, a vert ramp, restrooms and concession building.

The Regional Sports Complex is located on Jensen and West at 1707 W. Jensen Ave. . Daily park entry fees are $5 per vehicle or $3 per vehicle in which a senior citizen (age 65 or older) is a passenger or driver. Due to higher demand, entry fees on holidays will be $7 per vehicle.

**Holiday rate applies to the following holidays: Easter, Cinco de Mayo (closest weekend), Mother’s Day, Memorial Day, Father’s Day, Independence Day and Labor Day.**

Park entrance fee shall be waived for motor vehicles displaying a valid disabled person placard.

For more information Call (559) 621-PLAY (7529)

Forms
Regional Sports Complex Application and Info Guide
2016 City of Fresno Hold Harmless Form and Insurance Requirements
Special Event Inquiry
Regional Sports Complex Tournament Dates

Features:
Lighted Softball Fields 6
Children’s Play Area 1
Football/ Soccer Fields 9
Parking Lots 8
Picnic Tables 43
Restrooms 2

PARCS is excited to share that ‘The Field’ is open at the Regional Sports Complex. The Field is an 11 acre drainage basin that was transformed into play space for intense paintball action.  Maximum Paintball manages The Field and offers Valley residents specialized service in all aspects of the paintball world.  For details, visit www.maximumthefield.com

Regional Sports Complex Arial

Address:
Regional Sports Complex
1707 W. Jensen
Fresno CA 93706

Parks with Action Sports Facilities

The City of Fresno takes pride in providing the finest action sports facilities for the community – creating a destination for enthusiasts to participate in a sport where nobody rides the bench. The hours for each facility are listed below or call (559) 621-PLAY (7529) for more information.

Lions, Todd Beamer and Mosqueda
Monday – Friday: 4:00PM-8:00PM
Saturday – Sunday: 10:00AM-8:00PM

Ramp Parks
Sun Up to Sundown 7 days a week

Woodward Park Bike Complex
Mountain Bike Trail/Dirt Jump Park: Open Sun Up to Sundown 7 days a week.

Woodward Park BMX Schedule
Racing Thursday
New Rider Clinic: 5:30pm-6:00pm
Race Registration: 6:00pm-6:30pm / Race Time: Following Practice
Race Fee:$10

Practice Friday: 5:00pm-9:00pm

BMX Clinic
BMX riders will be exposed to BMX skills such as: Gate Starts, Jumping, Pumping, Cornering, Manualing, and More!
BMX Clinic # 1 Every Saturday: September 5, 12, 19, 26
BMX Clinic # 2 Every Saturday: October 17, 24, November 7, 14
Both BMX Clinics will be located at Woodward Park BMX – 7775 N. Friant Rd. Fresno, CA 93720.
Times 9 am to 12 pm.
Free parking during clinic dates
For Ages 5 to Adults. Yes, Parents are encouraged to sign up too!
$50 per camp
Any questions, Call (559) 621-PLAY (7529)
Flyer 

Skate Camp on Saturdays
Skaters will be exposed to skills such as: Pushing, Pumping, Carving, and Park Etiquette!
We offer Beginner, Intermediate, and Expert Levels
Skate Camp # 1 Every Saturday: September 5, 12, 19, 26
Skate Camp # 2 Every Saturday: October 3, 10, 17, 24
Both Skate Camps will be hosted at Todd Beamer Skate Park- 1890 E. Plymouth Fresno, CA 93720 (Maple / Plymouth)
Times- 8 am to 12 pm Cost- $50 per camp For Ages 5 to Adults- Yes parents, you can sign up too!
Any questions, Call (559) 621-PLAY (7529)
Flyer 

We invite you to browse our brochure and by visiting our YouTube channel for exciting videos. For addition information look for us on Instagram @FRESNO_ACTION_SPORTS and Facebook at Woodward Park BMX.

2016 Youth & Action Sports Calendar
Action Sports Rules
Dog Parks & Licensing

PARCS offers five dog parks in Fresno. All are free to use (Regional Park entrance fee applies if you enter in a vehicle), handicap accessible and offer picnic benches and water fountains for dogs and customers. No food is allowed and all owners must pick up after their dogs. Dog toys are allowed and dogs may run free of leashes provided they are well behaved. Aggressive behavior will not be tolerated.

Woodward Park Dog Park
This one acre of dog heaven features separate small and big dog areas.  It is located in the northeast corner of Woodward Park and is open from 6am to 10pm daily.  A park entrance fee of $5 per vehicle applies.

Basin AH1 Dog Park
This Dog Park is located at 4257 W. Alamos at the El Capitan cross street. The park is open from May through November from 7am to 10pm daily. The park offers a dog wading pool for your pups to cool off in during the hot summer months.

Roeding Park Dog Park
This one acre of dog heaven features separate small and big dog areas. It’s open from 6am to 10pm daily. A park entrance fee of $5 per vehicle applies to anyone entering Roeding Park.

Victoria-West Dog Park
Located at 3861 W. Clinton in the Victoria West Community Park, this facility is available from 6am to 10pm daily.

Todd Beamer Dog Park
Located at 1890 E. Plymouth Way (at Maple/Plymouth) in Todd Beamer Park, this facility is available from 6am to 10pm daily.

DOG LICENSING

Item Annual 3 Year
License Fee / Per Dog
    Four Months or older $50.00 $135.00
    Spayed or Neutered $12.00 $30.00
    Delinquent Penalty $10.00
Citation Fines
    1st Citation $100.00
    2nd Citation $200.00
    3rd Citation $500.00
Impound Animal Redemption
    Impound Fee – Dogs $50.00
    Impound Fee – Cats $10.00
    Boarding Fee/Per Day $10.00
    Civil Fine for Animals at larger capable of Reproduction $35.00
    Civil Fine – 2nd Impound $50.00
    Civil Fine – 3rd Impound $100.00
    Fee for Vaccinations provided by CCSPCA $10.00
Horses and Livestock
    Redemption Fee/Per animal $50.00
    Boarding Fee/Per Day $25.00
    Trailer Fee/Per Haul $50.00
Other Animals (birds, reptiles, pocket pets, etc.)
    Impound Fee/Per Animal $10.00
    Boarding Fee/Per Day $10.00

Fresno Municipal Code 10-318(d) states that you must provide a dog license for any dog in your care that is over the age of four months.1. Your dog must first get a rabies shot to protect against the rabies disease. Rabies shots can only be given by a veterinarian at a pet hospital/clinic.

2. Obtain a dog license application form at the SPCA, City Hall or download one now.
Please follow the instructions on the dog license application.  To pick up an application in person, visit:

CCSPCA – 103 S. Hughes, Fresno, (559) 233-7722

Fresno City Hall – 2600 Fresno St. Room 2162, Fresno, (559) 621-6880

Take advantage of the SPCA’s one-stop shop to have your dog rabies vaccinated and licensed.  Visit the CCSPCA Website.

Dog Park
CCSPCA Logo
Parks with Pools

Notice – City of Fresno Pools will be open starting June 13, 2016
Splash Pads will be opening in mid-May

The City of Fresno Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department offers two types of pools for public use:

Standard Pools

Depth ranges from 4 to 12 feet and participants must be 3 years old and at least 4 feet tall.   These pools are open daily during the summer for recreation swim from 1:00pm to 5:00pm.  The cost is $1 for children under 18 and $2 for adults.

Airways Swimming Pool
5440 E. Shields (Shields & Clovis Ave)
Bus Route: 45

Aquatics facility includes: Olympic size pool, wader pool, barbeque, picnic table, volleyball court, diving boards, changing rooms, tetherball courts, shuffle board, shaded area and benches.

Frank H. Ball Community Center Swimming Pool
760 Mayor St. (Ventura & A St)
Bus Route: 32

Aquatics facility includes: Standard pool, wader pool, picnic area, changing area and benches.

Mary Ella Brown Community Center Swimming Pool
1350 E. Annadale (Elm & Annadale)
Bus Route: 32

Aquatics facility includes: Standard pool, wader pool, picnic area, changing area, on site tot lot, large shaded area and benches.

Mosqueda Community Center Pool
4630 E. Butler (Maple & Butler)
Bus Route: 26 & 28

Aquatics facility includes: Standard pool, picnic area, changing area, on site tot lot, barbecue pit, large shaded area and benches.

Learner Pools

Depth ranges from 2 1/2 to 4 feet and participants must be 5 years old, but not older than 12 years old, and at least 3 feet tall.

Einstein Neighborhood Park Pool
3566 E. Dakota (First & Dakota)
Bus Route: 28, 34 & 38
Council District: 4
Police District: Northeast
Facility includes: Learner pool, shaded area, barbeque pit, benches and on site tot lot

Fink White Park Pool
535 S. Trinity (Hwy 180 & Trinity)
Bus Route: 30
Council District: 3
Police District: Southwest
Facility includes: Learner pool, wader pool, shaded area, benches and on site tot lot

Pinedale Community Center Pool
7170 N San Pablo (Herndon & San Pablo)
Bus Route: 30
Council District: 2
Police District: Northwest
Facility includes: Learner pool, wader pool, shaded area, on site tot lot, benches and shuffle board

Quigley Neighborhood Park Pool
808 W. Dakota (Fruit & Dakota)
Bus Route: 45
Council District: 1
Police District: Northwest
Facility includes: Learner pool, shaded area, barbeque pit, benches and on site tot lot

Romain Neighborhood Park Pool
745 N First (First & Belmont)
Bus Route: 33 & 34
Council District: 7
Police District: Central
Facility includes: Learner pool, shaded area, barbeque pit, benches and on site tot lot

Trails

The City of Fresno, Parks, After School, Recreation and Community Services Department offers several trails for the community to enjoy at their leisure. Check them out below and visit one for your next walk!

Lewis S. Eaton Trail
This trail begins on the Northwest corner of Woodward Park (Friant Road and Audubon Drive) and runs parallel to Friant Road. The trail is currently 4 miles long and provides convenient access to walking, running, cycling, horseback riding, wheelchair access, and nature observation along the San Joaquin River.

Parking: Woodward Park, North Gate Parking Lot
Bus Service: Route #30 (equipped with bike racks) stops at Audubon
Facilities: Drinking fountains and restrooms are located inside the park and 2 miles North on the trail.
Amenities: Benches, bridges, trees and beautiful scenery of the San Joaquin River, foothills and the Sierra Mountains.

Sugar Pine Trail
This trail begins at Fresno Street and Nees Avenue and runs along Friant Road to Shepherd, then East to Willow. The trail then continues South along Willow and runs Southeast in the City of Clovis. The trail is paved and includes over 4,400 trees planted by 3,000 volunteers setting a Guinness World Record! The trail offers a mixture of deciduous and evergreen trees so there will always be something to see for the many joggers, bikers, and families just strolling along.

Access: The trail is accessible for cycling, running, walking, rollerblading, horseback riding, and wheel chairs.
Amenities: Paved trail, benches and a large variety of trees.

Other Trails Around Fresno

Camp Pashayan Nature Trail
Wandering along the banks of the river, this trail takes you on a full loop of the park and adjacent ecological reserve.

Access: Camp Pashayan entrance gate ($2.00 entrance fee – open Saturday and Sunday, April through October).
Amenities: picnicking, fishing, boating and public restrooms are available. Also offered are canoe and kayak rentals.

Jensen Loop Trail
This trail ventures off the Lewis S. Eaton Trail onto the newly acquired Jensen River Ranch and down to the banks of the river. Parking and access to the trail can be found on the Northeast side of Woodward Park.

Blossom Trail
This 62 mile self-guided motor or bicycle tour through California’s heartland was created by the Fresno Chamber Blossom Trail Committee to celebrate and feature the natural beauty of Fresno County’s agriculture and historical points of interest. Panoramas of orchards full of fruit trees alive with fragrance and bursting with blossoms awaits you. Enjoy the peak period for visiting the Blossom Trail in late February through March. Beyond March, tourists can still view the many beautiful wildflowers that bloom into June.
Barbecues are available.

Directions – Lions Den (Neighborhood) Park, 4650 N. Marks, Fresno 93705
Located in Northwest Fresno on the corner of Marks and Emerson Avenues next to Slater Elementary School between Shaw and Ashlan Avenues.

Community and Neighborhood Centers

Recreation Centers are now open on Saturday’s from 12 – 5 pm

The Parks, After School, Recreation and Community Services department offers a variety of community facilities throughout the City of Fresno. These centers offer a range of activities, programs, and community services to support all ages.

Dickey Youth Development Center, 1515 E. Divisadero
(At the corner of Divisadero and Glenn Ave. in downtown Fresno)

Einstein Neighborhood Center, 3566 E. Dakota
(At Millbrook and Dakota Ave. in Central Fresno)

El Dorado Neighborhood Center, 1343 E. Barstow
(Adjacent to Wesley United Methodist Church in Northeast Fresno at Fourth and Barstow Ave.)

Fink-White Neighborhood Center, 535 S. Trinity
(Near Amador and Whitesbridge Ave. in Southwest Fresno)

Frank H. Ball Neighborhood Center, 760 Mayor
(Near Inyo and A Street in Southwest Fresno)

Highway City Neighborhood Center, 5140 N. State
(North of Shaw Avenue and East of Freeway 99 in the Highway City Community)

Holmes Neighborhood Center, 212 S. First
(West of First Avenue and south of Tulare near the historic Huntington Blvd.)

Lafayette Neighborhood Center, 1516 E. Princeton
(West of Blackstone and south of Shields Ave. on Princeton at Glenn)

Mary Ella Brown Community Center, 1350 E. Annadale
(South of Jensen Ave. and West of Elm Ave. in Southwest Fresno)

Melody Neighborhood Center, 5935 E. Shields
(At the corner of Fowler and Shields Ave. in East Central Fresno)

Mosqueda Community Center, 4670 E. Butler
(Southeast corner of Maple & Butler Avenues in Southeast Fresno)

Pinedale Community Center, 7170 N. San Pablo
(Next to Pinedale Elementary, North of Herndon Ave. and West of Blackstone Ave.)

Quigley Neighborhood Center, 808 W. Dakota
(Northwest corner of Fruit and Dakota, south of Ashlan Ave.)

Romain Neighborhood Center, 745 N. First
(between Belmont and Olive Ave. in Southeast Fresno)

Sunset Neighborhood Center, 1345 W. Eden
(Next to Sunset Elementary, west of West Ave. and south of Kearney Boulevard in West Fresno)

Ted C. Wills Community Center, 770 N. San Pablo
(between Olive and Belmont Ave. in the Tower District in Central Fresno)

Golf Courses
Fresno Municipal Golf Courses

Riverside Municipal Golf Course
7492 N. Bryan Avenue
Fresno, CA 93722
(559) 275-5900
(559) 275-0492 FAX

From Highway 99, take the Herndon Avenue exit and go east. Turn left on Weber Road and follow the directional signs to the golf course.

Riverside Municipal Golf Course is one of two golf courses owned by the City of Fresno. It offers 18 holes, a driving range, practice putting green, Coffee Shop, Pro Shop and parking. The course is designed to present a challenge to the beginner as well as the advanced golfer with three sets of tees at 5,900 yards, 6,400 yards and 6,630 yards. Hours are dawn to dusk; open year round. For more information visit their website.

Airways Municipal Golf Course
5442 E. Shields
Fresno 93727
(559) 291-6254

Located just North of Fresno Yosemite Air Terminal and West of Clovis Avenue.

Airways Golf Course offers 18 holes, 5,286 yards, a driving range, practice putting green, coffee shop and a Pro Shop. The course is designed to present a challenge to the beginner as well as the advanced golfer. Hours are dawn to dusk; open year round.

Public Golf Courses

Eagle Springs Golf and Country Club
21722 Fairway Oaks Lane
Friant, California
(559) 325-8900

Just 20 miles North of Fresno.

Enjoy a breathtaking view of the San Joaquin Valley while playing on this course designed by Johnny Miller. Rated among the Top10 Courses in California, this semi-private club welcomes outside and tournament play.
For green fees, scorecard, and other information visit their website.

Fig Garden Golf Course
7700 N. Van Ness Blvd.
Fresno, California
(559) 439-2928

This 18-hole course is very scenic and easy to play, but hard to par. Tournaments welcome. For more information visit their website.

Fresno West Golf Course & Country Club
23986 W. Whitesbridge Road
Kerman, California 93650
(559) 846-8655

This 18-hole golf course is located approximately 15 miles Southwest of Fresno County.
Green Fees & Cart vary from $10 to $23. All day and senior’s fees $16 to $17.50.

Riverbend Golf Course
43369 Avenue 12
Madera, California
(559) 432-3020

Follow the natural contours of the San Joaquin River as you play 18 holes on this links-style golf course.

Sherwood Forest Golf Course
79 N. Frankwood
Sanger, California 93657
(559) 787-2611

This family owned golf course is just 20 minutes East of Fresno in Sanger and offers great views of the Kings River. Par is 71, 6,247 yards.