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Roseville Parks And Recreation

Jul 05, 2012 07:56AM ● By Style

Get wild this summer as you celebrate National Parks and Recreation Month in Roseville’s amazing array of quality parks and programs.

With 65 open parks, plus more in the works, and over 5,400 acres of open space and trails, Roseville has one of the highest ratios of parks and open space per capita in the nation.

The conveniently located parks, bike trails and abundant open space help our growing community keep a small-town feeling. Looking for a wild challenge? Why not visit a new park each week? This is quite a commitment, because it will take you more than a year!

For many of you, summertime is a season to grill and have fun with friends. If you’re looking for a place to hold a party/BBQ, Elliot, Hillsborough, Kaseburg, Mahany and Royer Parks are just a few of the many options available. All you need are groceries, utensils and friends! Are you planning a larger event? Each of these parks can be reserved, too.

Get wild exploring the many resources at your local parks, pools, bike trails and open spaces, which help create lasting memories of fun in the sun. Parks are where lifetime friendships are formed, where the gap between generations is bridged, and where people discover what they have in common. See you at the park!

For more information about the programs and events offered by the City of Roseville Parks, Recreation and Libraries, visit