Orland Park Guide

Smoking restrictions in outdoor areas

City Parks

(click on Forms, etc. to go to Park Use Application Form)

Vinsonhaler Park

  • Eighteen acres of established trees and lawn located south of Roosevelt Ave., north of Shasta
  • One of the valley's largest swimming pools (120 Roosevelt Avenue) with a barbeque picnic area. Operates June through August
  • Bihler Field is a Major League baseball field with lights.
  • One lighted Softball field. Photo by Maureen Kraemer
  • Two full size tennis courts with lights.
  • Disc Golf Course (9-hole course)
  • Seven portable picnic tables, one large cement picnic table (30 feet).
  • Four small BBQ pits.
  • Six horseshoe pits.
  • One concession stand.
  • Drinking fountains
  • Two parking areas
  • Restroom facility-ADA wheelchair accessible
  • Two children's playgrounds (Lollipop Land and adjacent to softball field)

Lely Aquatic Park

  • Constructed in 1980, located on County Road 200 (975 E. South St.)
  • Consists of 23 acres
  • Three BBQ and picnic areas (two tables per area).
  • Two covered picnic areas (four tables per area).
  • Paved parking lot
  • Concession Stand / Restroom Facility
  • Basketball courts
  • Drinking fountains
  • Two lighted softball fields
  • Children's playground
  • Splash pad
  • Walking / Bicycle path
  • Four horseshoe pits
  • One little league baseball field
  • Recreation Center; 233 capacity; bleachers seat 100 Map to Recreation Center

Library Park

  • 2.6 acres, located on Mill St. and Fourth St.
  • Carnegie Center (912 Third Street)
  • Public Library (333 Mill Street)
  • One BBQ with picnic area
  • Public Restrooms
  • Two drinking fountains
  • Gazebo

Spence Park

  • 2.1 acres, located on Fourth and Monterey Street.
  • Two softball fields.
  • Two drinking fountains
  • No public restrooms

Welcome to Orland Centennial Park

  • .26 acres, located on Walker Street between Eighth and Seventh Streets

Heartland ParkHeartland Park playground

  • 1.2 acres, located at 218 Gable Drive, this is Orland's first neighborhood park. Built in partnership with the Community Housing Improvement Program in 2015, and maintained by the City's Public Works Department, it serves the homes of the surrounding area.
  • Limited off-street parking
  • No public restrooms

Park Fees