City Parks

The City of Rialto has a variety of parks and recreation facilities for public use. Park facilities include picnic areas, ball fields, basketball courts, walking tracks and shelters.

All City of Rialto Park Fields and Park Shelters require reservations prior to use. If you are interested in requesting a field or shelter reservation at any city park or have additional questions regarding our parks please contact us at the information below:

Rialto Community Center                       Monday – Friday, 7:00 am – 6:00 pm
214 N. Palm Ave.                                   Office closed Saturday, & Sunday
Suite 204
Rialto, CA 92376
Tel. 909-421-4949


Andreson Park, 726 S. Lilac Ave.

  • Dog Park
  • 1/4 mile walking track
  • Basketball court
  • Playground equipment for small children
  • 3 large picnic shelters
  • Restrooms available

Roger Birdsall Park, 2611 N. Linden Ave.

  • Little League fields
  • T-ball field
  • Public picnicking facilities
  • Basketball court
  • Children’s playground
  • Picnic shelters
  • Restrooms Available

Alec Fergusson Park, 2395 W. Sunrise Dr.

  • 2 Football fields
  • 1/4 mile walking track
  • Skate park for Skateboarding and Skating
  • Picnic area
  • Playground equipment
  • Horse shoe pits
  • Little League field
  • Basketball court
  • Restrooms available

Frisbie Park, 1901 N. Acacia Ave.

  • 3 Little League fields
  • 3 Girls Softball fields
  • Public picnic areas
  • Playground equipment
  • Basketball courts
  • Restrooms available

Rialto City Park, 130 E. San Bernardino Ave.

  • 1 football field
  • 1 Pony League field
  • 1 Little League field
  • Several picnic areas
  • Playground equipment
  • Basketball court
  • Outside Gym
  • Restrooms available

Bud Bender Park, 235 N. Lilac Ave.

  • Picnic facilities
  • Little League Field
  • Pony League field
  • T-ball field
  • Restrooms available

Jerry Eaves Park, 1485 N. Ayala Dr.

  • 7 soccer fields
  • 3 large picnic shelters
  • Several small areas for the public
  • Children’s playground
  • Restrooms available

Flores Park, 1020 W. Etiwanda Ave.

  • 1/4 mile walking track
  • Picnic area
  • Children’s playground
  • Restrooms available

Margaret Todd Park, 201 N. Willow Ave.

  • Skate park for Skateboarding and Skating
  • Open space

Joe Sampson Park,  650 W Randall Ave.

  • 2 Large picnic shelters
  • 2 Small picnic shelters 
  • Playground equipment
  • Restrooms available
  • Basketball Courts
  • ¼ Mile Walking trail


Does every city park have restrooms?

Restrooms are not available at every city park. Please see above for specific park details.

Can I have a bouncer at a park?

Bouncers are permitted at any park only if you obtain a Bouncer/Jumper permit form the City. You must also provide your own generator for power supply.

Does every City Park have Power Outlets?

Power Outlets are not available at our city parks.

Do I need a permit or show insurance for the bouncer?

Permits and insurance are both required for bouncers.

Can I rent a shelter at a city park?

Yes, Please visit the Rialto Community Center at 214 N. Palm Ave.  Suite 204, Rialto, CA 92376, Monday – Thursday, 7:00am – 6:00pm. Office closed Friday, Saturday, & Sunday Tel. 909-421-4949

What are the park hours?

8:00am – 8:00pm (unless otherwise posted)

Can my team use the park for practices?

NO, all team activities must obtain permits from the Community Services Department.

My Group would like to host an event at a city park, is that possible?

Yes, Please contact the Community Services Department, Special Events division at (909) 820-2671.

Can I bring my dog to the park?

The City of Rialto has a designated dog Park, Andreson Park Located at 726 S Lilac Ave, Rialto, CA 92376.

The park has broken equipment, whom do I call?

If you notice broken equipment or park disrepair, please contact the Community Services Department at (909)421-4949

City Park Rules and Regulations


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