Barbeques are scattered throughout the park and are available for public use.
Barbeques require the use of charcoal briquettes.
Visitors may wish to bring their own wire brush or cover the grills with foil.
No fire rings are located within the park.
The park has one non-lighted baseball field and three non-lighted softball fields for day use only.
No sports equipment or bases provided.
There are two, non-lighted basketball courts for day use only.
No sports equipment provided.
The park has on-road, pathway and natural surface trails to ride bicycles on.
Helmets are required for riders under 18 years of age, but are recommended for all.
One could complete an approximate 2.2 mile loop around the park.
The park has a small historical memorial rose garden, located next to the park office adjacent to Shelter #1. Named after Peggy Craig. You can enjoy the beauty and fragrance of several varieties of colorful and unique roses here. Best enjoyed April through September.
Dogs must be kept on a leash not longer than 6 feet in length at all times.
Dogs must be under their owners control at all times.
Pet owners are responsible to clean up after their dogs.
Family Picnic Area
Approximately 95 acres of the park is turfed and shaded with trees.
Picnic tables and barbeques are scattered throughout the facility.
Specific picnic shelters can be rented out for a fee.
Fishing is allowed in Craig Park's lake. The lake is stocked a minimum of once per year with catfish. A California State Fishing license is required for those 16 years of age and older.
The hiking trails consist of park walkways and some natural surface trails.
Hikers could cover a hilly course-loop of approximately 2.2 miles.
Craig Park has a total of three horseshoe pits located in different areas of the park.
Horseshoe pits are on a first-come first-serve basis at no charge. Pits cannot be reserved.
Visitors are responsible to bring their own sports equipment.
Park Rangers, park docents and park volunteers can occasionally be scheduled to lead interpretive walks or talks within Craig Park.
It is easier to schedule a walk or talk during the months of October through April.
Cost: $2.00 per person per hour.
Model Sail Boating
Wind-powered model sail boats are permitted on the park's 3 acre lake.
Craig Park has 3 tot-lots.
Private Party Area
The Ted Craig Shelter and the La Presa/Spillway Group Area are available for group reservations between 300 and 400 people.
NO Alcohol is permitted.
3-wall raquetball or handball courts are available to use on a first-come, first-served basis.
No sports equipment provided.
Eight public restrooms are available within the park.
Although just outside the park to the South, the top of the historic Fullerton Dam (built in 1941) offers a partial view of the surrounding hills and canyons.
Fullerton dam is accessible by trails inside and outside the park.
There are six shelters and two group areas available for reservation. There are also two small shelters (6 & 7) that can be used on a first come, first serve basis.
There are dozens of wooden picnic tables scattered throughout the park.
Tables are secured in place.
Table cloths are allowed. Please do not use staples, push pins or other sharp objects to secure table cloths.
Two sand volleyball courts are located in the Sports Complex area of the park.
Courts are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Visitors must supply their own volleyballs.
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