The City of Poway offers a variety of parks for a variety of different uses. Use the Parks Map to help find one near you to enjoy!
(9/30/2020) Playgrounds are open again! Due to the ongoing spread of COVID-19 in our communities, please follow these simple steps to help keep our outdoor playgrounds safe, open and fun. View playground use flyer in English. En Español.
Blue Sky Ecological Reserve
Blue Sky Ecological Reserve is a 700-acre canyon. Fully trained docents offer hands-on experiences to identify and observe plants and animals, resource preservation activities, and programs
Community Park is one of our most active parks right in the heart of Poway! Ride the bowl at the Skate Park, hit a home run in the ball fields, swing at Adventure Playground, shout "bingo" at the Senior Center, run with your dog at Dog Park, or borrow fun recreational equipment while picnicking.
Nestled in the hills of Poway, the Lake Poway Recreation Area not only serves as the water supply for residents, but also has provided exceptional outdoor recreational opportunities since 1972. Get hooked on fishing and boating, head up the mountain on a hike, take aim at archery, or enjoy a leisurely picnic.
Old Poway Park
See life as it once was as early 20th century California comes alive at Old Poway Park. Come ride the vintage 1907 Baldwin No. 3 Steam Locomotive, visit the Heritage Museum and Nelson House, tour historic buildings, or enjoy a peaceful picnic in our beautiful park.
Poway maintains many parks throughout the city that you will find nearby. Use this parks listing to help you find one that has the features that you are looking for.
The Veterans Park serves as a permanent tribute to the past, present, and future veterans of the United States Military who have provided unselfish and honorable service to this country.