Marna O'Brien Park

Regency-Heritage Park

Windsong Park

Malaga Park Sign

COVID-19 Updates:

  • Gazebos – open with modified access
  • Rentals and Reservations – closed
  • Sports Fields – limited access
  • Basketball Courts – closed
  • Playgrounds – open with modified access
  • CDPH Outdoor Playground Flyer

As the City continues to monitor the situation, City Park Gazebos and Playgrounds amenities are now open for modified access. No gatherings beyond members of your household. Signs have been placed throughout the park locations encouraging residents and members of the public to continue practicing COVID-19 safety measures. All related rentals, events, and programs at these locations are still cancelled.

Pursuant to Riverside County’s recent Advisory on Youth Sport practices now being allowed in Riverside, the City of Wildomar is allowing limited activity within the guidelines for youths only. The link to the Youth Sport Guidelines is below as well as the County’s Advisory Letter.

State Youth Sports Guidance

Riverside County Youth Sports

Advisory Letter

Park Locations Map

Parks Rules and Regulation


Wildomar Park Security: 951-445-7880
Police Department-Non Emergency: 800-950-2444
Park Maintenance: 951-365-5167

 Sports Field Reservation Form

Park Shelter and Basketball Court Reservation Form

Parks Banner

About Wildomar Parks:

The City of Wildomar has 4 parks providing recreation opportunities for its residents on over 15 acres of parklands. The four parks were granted to the City from Riverside County during the fall of 2009.

Funding for the maintenance of the Wildomar area parks had always been a challenge since the parks development in the early 1990's when administered by Ortega Parks District. Upon the Districts demise in 2002 and park closures, the County assumed responsibility for the park lands and in 2006 started administering a landscape maintenance district providing the needed funding to re-open and maintain the parks.

During the fall of 2010, the Courts granted an appeal of an earlier Court decision which stated that the County's park maintenance funding assessment was valid. Overturning that initial decision and invalidating the assessment removed the funding of the park maintenance. This Court action resulted in the closing of the parks once again. At last, during November 2012 the residents of the City of Wildomar approved Measure "Z" (68.5% approval) which restored the park maintenance and recreation services through a $28.00 annual parcel tax.

Malaga Park