Jackson Park 5870 Jackson Dr, La Mesa, CA91942 This slim park just south of Murray Manor School offers shady slopes, a tot lot and tables and barbecues for small…More gatherings. Restrooms are at the north end of the park. It has parking for 21 cars. Although it parallels busy Jackson Drive, the park's tot lot is fenced and safe.
Mt. Helix Park 4901 Mount Helix Dr, La Mesa, CA91941 Mt. Helix Park is a park and landmark in La Mesa. The park provides expansive views of San Diego and includes a large…More amphitheater that hosts concerts, speakers and live performances. The park was named after a species of snail native to the area, the helix aspersa.
Rolando Park 6600 Vigo Dr, La Mesa, CA91942 Rolando Park can accomodate 300 users and has parking for 40 cars on its 3.5 acres. Two baseball fields serving the…More town's Little League and softball league and a concession stand are the distinguishing features of the park.
Porter Park 8425 University Ave, La Mesa, CA91942 Some of Porter Park's amenities include a gazebo, picnic tables, benches and restrooms. The park also houses an adult…More enrichment center. There is plenty of parking.
La Mesita Park 8855 Dallas St, La Mesa, CA91942 Part of the Junior Seau Sports Complex, this park rests between Parkway Middle School and Route 125. But the freeway is…More out of sight, thanks to landscaping and fences. Tennis courts and a skate park are popular, while the large, grassy field is home to many youth soccer practices. The park has parking for 80 cars and room for 800 people.
Highwood Park 4200 Parks Ave, La Mesa, CA91941 With room for 500 visitors and parking for 42 cars, this park is home to the teen center run by the Boys & Girls…More Clubs of East County. The park has a shaded picnic area with tables, benches, barbecues and a tot lot. La Mesa's advanced, 3.5-mile urban walking trail, called the Challenge, starts here.
Just east of southern Lake Murray, this tree-filled park offers sports fields for baseball and other sports, a…More basketball court, tot lot and barbecue areas with benches. It has parking for 50 cars and can accommodate 400 people. The park is home to the Challenge Center, a fitness facility for the severely physically disabled.</p>
Vista La Mesa Park King St & Hoffman Ave, La Mesa, CA91941 Boasting a Little League ballfield, horseshoe pits and a tot lot, this modest park is tucked into a residential area…More near the San Diego city limit. It has room for 250 people and parking for 25 cars.
Sunshine Park 4554 70th St, La Mesa, CA91942 Sunshine Park, next to Rolando School, has a multipurpose grass field and accommodates 200 people. It has a picnic area,…More barbecues and restrooms, but there is only street parking available.
Harry Griffen Regional Park 9550 Milden St, La Mesa, CA91942 Home to many events, including La Mesa's free Sundays at Six concert series in June and July, this park is operated by a…More joint powers authority. Agencies overseeing the park north of Grossmont High School are the Helix Water District, Grossmont Union High School District, County of San Diego and the cities of El Cajon and La Mesa. The park accommodates 1,500 people and has parking for 181 cars. The 360-seat amphitheater is available for outdoor weddings, graduation parties, political rallies and other events. The park also offers a horseshoe pit, tot lot and Canine Corners, a volunteer-run dog park.
Aztec Park 7945 Morocco Dr, La Mesa, CA91942 This grassy, tree-dotted park has a tot lot, turfed play area and plenty of room for 300 users. (Note: Cars can park on…More the adjacent streets, but the residential traffic is quiet and slow.)
Northmont Park 6030 Severin Dr, La Mesa, CA91942 This nicely wooded park, which can accommodate up to 425 people, includes a tot lot, a walking and jogging path, and a…More volleyball court. There are parking spots here for 10 cars, and tables and grills are also available.
Collier Park 4401 Palm Ave, La Mesa, CA91941 Set on the site of the original La Mesa Springs, this park is named for David Charles Collier, an early La Mesa…More developer. A bottling works now known as the Spring House is located on the site. The park has room for 400 people and parking for 25 cars. It also boasts a large grassy area and lighted tennis court, plus a tot lot and picnic area.
Briercrest Park 9001 Wakarusa St, La Mesa, CA91942 This space near Sharp Grossmont Hospital is described as "a sensory park where guests can enjoy peaceful gardens and…More walkways." Created in the 1950s and used for many years for youth football and soccer leagues, it was redeveloped in 2005 with small rolling hills to give senior citizens and the physically disabled "a variety of opportunities to explore and enjoy outdoor recreation and fitness." The park also includes a tot lot and climbing structures.
North Park Produce 432 E Chase Ave, El Cajon, CA92020 North Park Produce is a great alternative to big chain grocery stores when you're looking for specialty foods and fresh…More farmers market produce in the Mount Helix area. It offers halal, gluten-free, kosher, organic, vegan and vegetarian options, as well as a full-service butcher. Visit North Park seven days a week. There is plenty of free parking and friendly service.
Mission Trails Regional Park 1 Father Junipero Serra Trl, San Diego, CA92119 The 5,800 acres park has natural and developed areas and more than 40 miles of trails and camping at Kumeyaay Lake.…More Other points of interest include a Visitors and Interpretive Center and amphitheater. It is also the site of the Old Mission Dam, which was built to supply water for Mission San Diego de Alcala.
Mt. Helix Nature Park is a privately-funded park operated by the Mount Helix Park Foundation. It is open 365 days per…More year, from sunrise to sunset.</p>
<p>As one of the most recognizeable landmarks in all of San Diego County, the cross atop Mt. Helix stands high above the unincorporated communities of Mt. Helix, Casa de Oro, and Spring Valley.</p>
<p>The park was first opened in the 1920s, with the land being donated by the White, Yawkey, and Fletcher families. The amphitheatre was built in 1925, and has hosted Easter morning sunrise services for almost every year since.</p>
<p>Offering 360-degree views of all of San Diego County, Mt. Helix is the ideal place to have a picnic, read a book, spend time with a loved one, or simply relax with your thoughts.</p>
<p>The park Foundation was founded in 1999. The executive director is Tracey Stotz.</p>
Park Estate Antiques 8371 la Mesa Blvd, La Mesa, CA91942 Park Estate carries a wide variety of antique furniture. There is also rare china, wall hangings and other decorative…More objects. Many different times and places are represented. Park Estate also handles estate liquidations.
Canine Corners 9550 Milden St, La Mesa, CA91942 Divided into three fenced areas in the northeast section of Harry Griffen Park, this grass-and-sand park lets small dogs…More (under 30 lbs.) frolic while big dogs can chase them along the fence, safely out of reach. Dog owners can relax on concrete benches in the shade or plastic chairs. Pooper scoopers are available along the fence, and donations are welcomed in an old parking meter at the entrance. No dog food or treats are allowed, but owners may bring Frisbees, balls, water jugs and buckets.