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Trails

Greenbelt System
Greenbelt System

Greenbelt System

A greenbelt system will connect the parks, schools, homes, and retail/entertainment areas to one another, allowing residents and guests to explore in a fun and safe way. Pedestrain bridges have been built to connect communities and allow users to commute in a safe and friendly way.

Blue Greenway Trail
Artist Rendering; Conceptual Only, Subject to Change
Blue Greenway Trail
Artist Rendering; Conceptual Only, Subject to Change

Blue Greenway Trail

San Francisco’s Blue Greenway Trail is planned to provide a continuous recreational trail along the Candlestick and San Francisco Shipyard waterfront.

Also planned is a network of pedestrian and bike pathways that will provide unrestricted public access to the parks and open spaces within the communities. Pathways are also planned to connect the new communities to established neighborhoods nearby.

Paseos and Paths
Paseos and Paths
Paseos and Paths
Paseos and Paths

Paseos and Paths

With 50 miles of trails planned for Newhall Ranch and more than 30 miles of bridges, trails, and paseos in Valencia, the two communities will provide residents and non-residents with easy access to the great outdoors. The trail systems are designed to be friendly to pedestrians, joggers, bicyclists, and equestrians and feature many amenities including bike racks, shade structures, benches, and historic bridges.

Trails & Parks

Parks

Sum of the Parks
Sum of the Parks
Sum of the Parks
Artist Rendering; Under Construction; Estimated Completion Fall 2017
Sum of the Parks

Sum of the Parks

Each park within Great Park Neighborhoods® will feature a unique theme designed to celebrate distinctive aspects of the storied land on which the community is built. The varied themes encourage residents to explore beyond their own neighborhood and discover other parks throughout the greater community. For instance, the earth themed park houses a 24-foot tall greenhouse which is a botanical solarium designed to celebrate the area’s long and proud agricultural heritage. The air & navigation themed park has a 24-foot tall, 500-square foot Lookout perched in three heritage Jacaranda trees. The Lookout was uniquely designed to allow residents to host social gatherings or hang out in the elevated space overlooking the park. Parasol Park is the first of the Great Park Neighborhood parks to introduce a more urban lifestyle. And the Pools Park is a water-wellness inspired park featuring multiple pools and other amenities for residents to enjoy.

Public Parks and Green Space
Public Parks and Green Space
Artist Rendering; Conceptual Only, Subject to Change

Public Parks & Green Space

Almost half of the San Francisco Shipyard™ and Candlestick acreage is slated to be open space, parks, sports fields, marshes, grasslands, and beaches. FivePoint also plans to restore approximately 9 miles of shoreline to reconnect The San Francisco Shipyard with the Bay.

Grasslands and Waterfront Parks
Artist Rendering; Conceptual Only, Subject to Change
Grasslands and Waterfront Parks

Grasslands & Waterfront Parks

Other outdoor amenities planned for the San Francisco Shipyard and Candlestick communities include a Grasslands Ecology Park with bayside meadows and trails, and a waterfront recreation and education park.

Neighborhood Parks
Neighborhood Parks

Neighborhood Parks

The 275 acres of parks planned for Newhall Ranch and 15 neighborhood parks in Valencia provide residents and guests of the communities with beautiful outdoor spaces where they can spend time with family and friends.

Trails & Parks

Open Space

Bosque
Artist Rendering; Estimated Completion - Summer 2017
Bosque
Artist Rendering; Estimated Completion - Summer 2017

Bosque

Located in the Orange County Great Park, and adjacent to Great Park Neighborhoods, the Bosque is a passive green space that will become home to predominantly native, California-friendly flowering trees, blended with a mixture of vegetation. It will also provide a corridor for pedestrians and bicyclists to explore, reflect, picnic, and appreciate nature.

The Shoreline and Candlestick Restoration
Artist Rendering; Conceptual Only, Subject to Change
The Shoreline and Candlestick Restoration

The Shoreline & Candlestick Restoration

Candlestick Point State Recreational Area (CPSRA) was the first California State Park developed to bring state park values into the urban setting. This stretch of shoreline in an urban park setting is destined to become a great place to getaway for an afternoon of picnicking, hiking and wildlife-spotting. Just a few of the improvements planned for CPSRA include enhanced beach areas, fishing/viewing piers, new and upgraded trails, bike or boat-in camping, and restored native habitat. The area is planned to be a base for all sorts of aquatic activities and a healthy home for wildlife from herons to oysters.

LA County Open Space
LA County Open Space

LA County Open Space

Newhall Ranch and Valencia are planned to include extensive open space to support native plants, animals, and provide relaxation and enjoyment for the fortunate residents who call these communities home.