Hap Magee Ranch Park

Located on La Gonda Way, Hap Magee Ranch Park offers a child’s playground, water features, walking trails, and a dog park. The park also features historic cottages and open grass fields.

It is a quiet park during weekdays, perfect for families with small children and dogs (at the dog park) and recreational hikers along the trails. See our home page.

Located on the San Ramon Valley Trail

Danville’s unique setting provides the perfect backdrop for its residents to enjoy a variety of outdoor activities and cultural hotspots. The city is bordered by Mount Diablo, which offers Danville and other nearby towns and cities a scenic backdrop and many hiking trails to explore.

At the park’s entrance, a barn facade commemorates Magee’s previous life as a longhorn steer ranch. The area was also a summer camp for San Francisco orphans, called Camp Swain before the cattle moved in.

A large playground, walking trails, a wet area, and a dog park are just some of the highlights of this 17-acre recreational park. The park also hosts special events throughout the year. This beautiful and well-maintained park is a popular destination for locals, as it has something to offer for everyone in the family.

Water Play Features

The water play here is fun for all ages. Kids can splash their friends with sprays from massive crayons, run through a green tunnel that shoots out water, and climb among unique rock structures. The park is open from Memorial Day through Labor Day 11 am-6 pm.

This quaint park has a storied history. A barn facade at the entrance pays tribute to its past as a longhorn steer ranch. Before that, it served as a summer camp for San Francisco orphans known as Camp Swain. The 17-acre park includes separate playgrounds for younger and older children, walking trails, picnic areas, and a dog park. Discover More about Concord here.

Walking Trails

The park has a variety of activities for children including a tunnel of tubes that spray water, so bring a towel. It also has walking trails and picnic areas. It is also dog-friendly, as long as they are leashed.

The 17-acre park features a large dog park, separate playgrounds for younger and older children, hiking and walking trails, and picnic areas. It is also home to a number of water elements, open fields, and historic cottages.

The Canine Corral dog park has two “corrals” for small and large dogs, with a lot of green grass for your four-legged friends to run and play on. There are doggy water fountains and plenty of wooden benches at the corrals. The park also has a 1 1/2 acre off-leash dog area near the historic cottages.


This park has a lot to offer – children’s playgrounds, a dog park, and walking trails. It also has a number of historic houses that can be rented for special events. The playgrounds have a variety of structures and are very well maintained. There’s a big kid play structure, a merry-go-round, a little kid structure, and a sand pit.

There are also water elements at the kids’ playgrounds, such as a tunnel of tubes that spray water. This is a great place to take the kids on a hot day. There are also picnic spots and open fields at this 17-acre park. This is one of Danville’s most beautiful parks. The town maintenance does a great job of keeping it clean.

Dog Park

This is a beautiful park, with large open fields, hiking and horse trails, a pond and trail around it, picnic areas, and sports options. It’s great for a relaxing day out with the family.

The children’s playground features a very cool wooden play structure, a merry-go-round, and a well-used sand pit. The park also includes three historic cottages and a 1 1/2 acre off-leash large and small dog park called the Canine Corral.

The dog park is not monitored, so users must be sure to pick up after their dogs. This park is very popular during yappy hours on Friday nights when people bring food and drink to enjoy with their dogs. It’s a fun way to get the kids and fur babies together for some socializing. Next article.


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