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Brookwood Park has an area barbecue, basketball court, tables for a picnic, and playground field.

This 6.3-acre community park is a "hidden" gem that includes a picnic and barbecue field, a surface court, and a children's play area for older children with a fantastic play structure. Enjoy the modern labyrinth's serenity under the stunning shady trees. Play on a wide open field of grass.

The Leases

Weekend rental only, with a maximum capacity of 30 people.

Not Permissible

At this park, alcohol and big jumps are not allowed.

This park is a little bit like a hidden treasure. Not super visible from the pleasant street as it does not seem to draw big crowds like some of the area's other parks. With plenty of thick trees and a very good field of green, the park itself is stunning. It is very well preserved and clean overall. The park is dog friendly, but caution is used here. There is a leash protocol, but here, many individuals have their dogs off the leash. For poop bags, they have a "take one leave one" scheme. There are toilets, but they are porta-potties, so they are not perfect for girls. It is clear that the paths are not paved, so if you have kids and use a stroller, make sure it can travel quickly through wood chips and gravel.

For kids 5-12, the playground is mentioned. There are five slides and two dedicated rock climbing areas in the play structure itself, which my children loved! In the play area, there are no tables, but around it, there is a comfortable retaining wall that is ideal for parents and caregivers to take a break. Overall, we will surely be returning to a wonderful park here!

Brookwood Park

A park is an area of open space, typically owned and maintained by a municipal government, provided for recreational use. Parks typically imitate savannas or open woodlands, the forms of nature that are most calming for humans. To deter insect pests and to encourage the enjoyment of picnics and sporting events, the grass is usually kept short. For their beauty and to provide shade, trees are selected.

Pleasant Hill, California is blessed with some of the area’s best parks.  Don’t miss these incredible open spaces with your family:

  • Pleasant Hill Park

  • Rodgers-Smith Park

  • Paso Nogal Park

  • Frank Salfingere Park

  • Dinosaur Hill Park

  • Vista Montañas Park

  • Hidden Lakes Park

  • Len Hester Park


All of these wonderful parks are located just a short distance from our location located at 111 Arthur Road in Martinez, CA 94553! Stop by for a visit anytime!

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