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Tewinkle Park, Costa Mesa

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TripAdvisor
  • We have a small dog and appreciated the segregation of two different sized dog play areas. There are seats and picnic tables provided in a treed dog park. Entrance is through double gates for safety. ...  more »
  • My daughter loved to go swing in the afternoons. Clean, safe park near DT Costa Mesa and South Coast Plaza.  more »
  • This is a very nice clean park. The bathrooms are not so great. The park offers many shade trees and rocks that you can climb. Park has nice paths to walk with a small lake.  more »
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  • One of my favorite places in the world. I've been coming here since I was a kid. I used to fish the pond, which always had hungry bass in it, but they recently put up no fishing signs (to the people who still fish, stop ruining it for the rest of us). I walk my dog here 4-5 times a week. Just a nice, quiet, serene place.
  • Stopped here during a road trip to let my sons play. Playground is very nice! Park is clean. Bathroom near play area is typical of most public parks.
  • First time stoping by. Such a cute park. There's a playground for the kids and water fountains on the other side. So nice to just spend the day.
  • This park has a duck pond, and there's a pump system which brings water back up to the top of the hill and the water runs back down for a lovely view. On the face of the hill opposite the pond there's a bunch of rocks which are positioned in a way that would be perfect as seating to an audience for some sort of outdoor theater or show. On that same side of the hill is a new (at least for me) playground. It's an *accessible* playground meaning even kids bound to wheelchairs can access a portion of the fun. Accessible or not, this is one of the biggest playgrounds I've seen. But their biggest slide isn't that big (at least for an adult, haha).
  • Huge park with cool little lake and Hill that usually has lots of foul (ducks, geese, etc.). Includes a large playground and shaded picnic table area. There are lots of jogging trails and large grass areas, including a concrete stage, public bathrooms, and lots of shady trees. There's ball parks and across the street there's the volcom skate park, dog/bark park, and tennis courts with a pro shop. Throughout the summer, they also have special events on the weekends...including free outdoor movies and food trucks where you can buy snacks.