Catherdral City - Parks

Agua Caliente Park
30-800 San Luis Rey Drive
Agua Caliente Park shares its grounds with Agua Caliente Elementary School. Centered in the Dream Homes neighborhood, Agua Caliente Park provides outdoor recreation for over 500 households as well as the 750 students.

This 6 acre park features amenities include the following:

1 Play Lot
1 large shade structure with 4 tables and 3 bbq stands
1 small shade structure with 1 table
Drinking fountain (operable)
Sand Ball field
7 benches surrounding play lot
1 small independent climbing wall.
The park is closed to the public during school hours.


Memorial Park
Memorial Park was constructed to honor the service of Officer David Vasquez, a police officer who was killed in the line of duty, October 28, 1988.

The park serves as a place for personal reflection and relaxation. A memorial bench sits among trees and floral displays.

Memorial Park is located at the intersection of Cathedral Canyon Drive and Officer David Vasquez Drive, also named in honor of the fallen officer.


Panorama Park
28905 Avenida Maravilla
Park Located at the intersection of Avenida Maravilla and Tachevah Drive, the 7.5 acre Panorama Park is Cathedral City's largest park. Nestled in the center of the city's Panorama neighborhood, Panorama Park has ample space for family gatherings and outdoor recreation.

Panorama Park is also one of the city's oldest parks. Originally set aside as a public park in 1960 and Dedicated June 4, 1989 after undergoing a dramatic facelift adding numerous activities and sporting areas. Amenities include:

2 Tot Lots (one for 2 yrs to 5 yrs, one for 5 to 12 yrs)
16 benches adjacent to the play areas
2 Tennis Courts
1 Half Court Basketball
1 Softball field
1 Sand Volleyball Court
8 Open (unshaded) Tables with bbq stands
1 BBQ stand sans table
4 Large shade structures with 4 tables and 4 bbq stands per unit
Walking Path
Spray Pool (turtles)
Lath type shade structure with 6 benches underneath (back to back configuration)
Walking path approximately .45 miles
Also featured at Panorama Park is a children play area and spray pool. Rubberized surfacing surrounding the play areas helps keep your childs play time safe.

 

Patriot Park
Patriot Park is located at the northeast corner of Date Palm Drive and Dinah Shore Drive Adjacent to Big League Dreams Sport Park and Cathedral City Public Library.

This 6 acre park features the following amenities:

2 Medium Shade structures
2 BBQ Stands (1 per shade structure)
2 Art Pieces - (Hero Ming Sun Statue) (“Diamond” - Richard Johnston)
Patriot Park is the site of the Healing Fields memorial event and one of Cathedral City's public art sculptures, Diamond.


Second Street Park
"Second Street Park is a small neighborhood based park in Cathedral City's downtown core area. Within walking distance of the Civic Center, Pickford and Imax Theaters, and downtown shopping and restaurants. Second Street Park is one of Cathedral City's oldest parks.

The 2.75 acre park amenities include:

2 Tennis Courts
, 4 Shade Structures with Tables (2 per),
1 Tot Lot, 1 Ball Field,
1 Sand Volleyball Court and BBQ Stands.


Dennis Keat Soccer Park
69-400 30th Avenue, Cathedral City
Soccer is popular among Cathedral City’s youth. We are a family-oriented community with a young population (median age is 32). One third of the population is under the age of 20.

Cathedral City only had one school soccer field and children had to leave the city to play, or join teams in other cities where fields were available, or didn’t play at all because of transportation issues.

Cathedral City Soccer Park and Walking Fitness TrackIn addition to receiving a state grant to help pay for construction of the park itself, the City also submitted was to the Desert Healthcare District for a wellness walking fitness track (2/3 mile) and five exercise stations around the park. The City, in partnership with the Palm Springs Unified School District, developed and proposed a youth fitness program. The School District participated in the proposal because the new soccer park was built next to a middle school.

The 17-acre Soccer Park and fitness track is now in regular use by over 1,300 kids. The AYSO scheduled 148 teams for the first 14-week season. This is 74 games per weekend. The first season had over 1,000 games played. The spring season included an additional 100 games. 21 AYSO parents volunteer their time to maintain the park.


Town Square
68-701 Avenida Lalo Guerrero
Town Square sits directly in front of City Hall and is where the Fountian of Life resides. Cathedral City provides the Fountain of Life in Town Square, an award winning interactive fountain providing artistic beauty and a “sprayground” water element. This fountain serves as an attraction where children and adults play in the water. The fountain’s use is guided by a city ordinance regulating appropriate use.

Along with the interactive fountain, Town Square's amenities include Benches and seating to watch the fountian and children; Public art pieces; rose garden and lush landscaping; benches and seating for public gatherings.

Some of the events held in Town Square are the Fountainworks Festival, Youth Festival, and the annual Tree lighting Event.