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Las Palmas Park, Sunnyvale

(4.6/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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  • I like this park. open space for picnic, sports, children's play area and dog run space. The park is maintained nice.  more »
  • This has always been enjoyable park. Enough shade and also enough grass. Fun water feature for summer play. picnic tables, parking... all good.  more »
  • A large lovely park with benefits for all...whether you want to play, run, walk, visit with others. I was there with my four young grandsons for hours and having a fun filled time.  more »
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  • Las Palmas has the biggest Volleyball meetup in Northern California with a strong attendance of 60+ per week. The level of play stretches from beginner to advanced. There is plenty of shade and the grass is maintained well enough for 4 different meet ups.. It may get a little wet on the weekends due to over watering, but that tends to get better later on the day. The people are very welcoming and everyone is encouraged to play. I highly recommend anyone Volleyball enthusiast - beginner or expert - to visit Las Palmas.
  • Visiting this place since the last three weeks. Better compared to a few other parks out there. Although there's a lot of uneven patches in the center of the park, which is a bit risky.
  • Great park to have fun. Lots of space for physical activities. My son loves this place.
  • Once again Sunnyvale wasted our money at the dog park. For the last 30 years it always becomes a dust bowl and mud pit. When they restructured the dog park they put grass in again what a waste of our resources. There's so many other ways to utilize our money. Whoever agreed to put grass back in is a bean brain.
  • Money never wasted in dog park only if you not dog lover