Visiting the Park
The Park offers two primary recreational areas, one on each side of Sprowel Creek Road: Tooby Memorial Park on the north, with the bulk of the Park (Farm, barns, miles of trails, disc golf, etc.) on the south side.
The Park is open from sun-up to sun-down year round. The Park is located on Sprowel Creek Road approximately one mile from the Highway 101 Garberville exit. Click Here for Directions
Park recreational features are located on the south side of Sprowel Creek Road. Nearly 400-acres, this main section of the Park is a favorite destination for runners, hikers, bicyclists, bird watchers, and dog walkers. Other favorites are the labyrinth, a skate ramp, and a disc golf course. The links above will give information on individual activities.
An unsung aspect of the park is the terrain itself. This area is world-renowned for its coastal and redwood trails. The Community Park has some of the oldest mixed-hardwood forests that define much of the inland scenery. The ecosystems of the river and meadow overlap this environment, and create a unique, compact tour of Southern Humboldt diversity.