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Newhall Community Park, Concord

(4.7/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
Newhall Community Park is located in Concord. By using our Concord vacation route planner, you can arrange your visit to Newhall Community Park and other attractions in Concord.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Love this park and so do our dogs. The circumference gravel trail is, I believe, 1/2 mile with a central pond giving a habitant to ducks, geese, otters etc. The fenced in off leash dog park is a succe...  more »
  • This is a national park located in Concord, California. There is easy access to the city. To walk because there are Boardwalk and Park dedicated to dogs, people and bikes, where people of many different ages.
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  • Moved away from the area and wanted to "revisit" area. Drove to park and parked car (gravel parking area) Green grass and great "kid' play area. Nice walking path with ducks and geese in area. There i...  more »
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  • Big open area that has lots of potential. Needs some more ideas, activities and work to make it more exciting - it is like a blank canvas today. Or maybe we did not go in the central part of the park?!Looks safe.
  • Me and my man Ronnie Gleason used o l. I've in new hall park and near new hall park this where I treasure the best of my memory 's with him with love always in loving Care and Memory's.
  • I love this park! Nice soccer field huge enough. Play structures are well built and age appropriate. Lots of fresh air.
  • Nice dirt paths. Gentle hills. Even has a pond.
  • Nice trail to take walk along the dog park and duck ponds. The trail goes all the way to treat or you can stay in the park on the figure 8 course. There is a few picnic tables and bbq pits to use. In the center is a large play structure for the kids to play on. Big open fields for base ball or soccer too. My kids have always liked going to this park