Tri-City Regional Park

Small creek near a lake and green grass

Tri-City Regional Park
 
2301 Kraemer Blvd.
Placentia, CA 92870
 
For inquiries, please contact nearby Craig Regional Park
(714) 973-3180
craigpark@ocparks.com

Reserve a Shelter

Park Hours: Fall - Winter Hours, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. PST 
Park Hours: Spring - Summer Hours, 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. PDT 

Office Hours: See nearby Craig Regional Park for office hours (less than a mile away).

The 40-acre Tri-City Park is located in the City of Placentia, is bordered on two sides by the City of Fullerton, and is within a quarter-mile of the City of Brea’s border. It includes a lake and three reservable picnic shelters. A variety of recreational opportunities, including bicycling and walking, model sailboating, fishing and playgrounds are available.  

An 8-acre lake is visited by many annual migratory waterfowl. Fishing for catfish and bluegill is allowed with a California Fish and Game License. Launching of model radio-controlled sailboats is also permitted.

The park is also a wildlife sanctuary and is very popular as a bird watching destination.

Three picnic shelters provide shade with tables and barbecues. In addition there are picnic tables and park benches scattered throughout the facility. 

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