Parks & Recreation Facilities

A large wooden sign near a wooded area

Cloverdale is a place of great natural beauty and offers an abundance of outdoor parks and recreational activities including neighborhood and community parks, as well as active and passive open space recreational opportunities. Amenities range from play fields and tot lots to passive recreational opportunities for walking and cycling.

City parks are open to the public from 7:00 am to 10:00 pm. To reserve a City park, complete a Park Facility Reservation Application (PDF).

City Park

City Park is a 7.4-acre community park located at 450 West 2nd Street in Cloverdale. Park amenities include children's play structures and swings, baseball field, basketball court, volleyball court, horseshoe pits, and scout cabin. The park also offers a BBQ and picnic area as well as a snack shack with announcement booth and restrooms.

Clover Springs

Clover Springs is a 5.6-acre active open space area offering hiking and walking opportunities.

Furber Park

Furber Park is a six-acre community park located at 298 Elbridge Avenue, Cloverdale. Park amenities include children's play structures and swings, a joint-use baseball/soccer field and a snack shack with announcement booth and restrooms.

Porterfield Creek

Porterfield Creek is a ten-acre active open space area offering hiking and walking opportunities.

River Park

River Park is comprised of 10.3 acres of active open space and 58.2 acres of passive open space located at E. First Street and Crocker Road in Cloverdale. The park offers opportunities for picnicking, walking, bicycling and river access for a variety of water sports.

Tarman Park

Tarman Park is a half-acre neighborhood park located at 45 Clark Street in Cloverdale. Park amenities include a play structure and picnic tables.

Vintage Meadows

Vintage Meadows Park is a 3.5-acre neighborhood park offering a children's play structure and court games.