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Perry Park features a centerpiece tree with a huge, knotted base in this lovely park with picnic tables, playgrounds, fields and cement walkways.



Perry Park
Deauville Drive
Huntington Beach, California 92646

Perry Park is a 2 acre park maintained by the City of Huntington Beach Park Maintenance department.  It includes a large grass field with new soccer nets, several picnic tables (one in partial shade), a Playworld gym with stairs and slides, a swing set with two regular swings and two kiddie swings, beautiful sidewalks for learning to ride a bike or roller blade and a signature tree. Much as Pebble Beach features the trademark Lone Cypress tree, Huntington's Perry Park features a huge tree: it's the first thing you see when you enter from Deauville Drive. Set in a raised base, the tree's landscape elements include bench seating built around it in a square. It's a little out of the ordinary, though it does not offer the sweeping ocean views guests see at the Lone Cypress.

When visiting Perry Park, you might see people walking their dogs in the field, kids with baseball bats practicing their swing or soccer games providing sound and animation to a large section of the park. During the day, the favorite activity is play. Toddlers love to climb ladders and go down the slides on the jungle gym set in sand. 

Huntington Beach Parks

The City of Huntington Beach (California) is the caretaker and steward of the Huntington Beach public park system. Two departments involved with Huntington Beach parks are the Community Services Department and Park Maintenance. Park Maintenance is responsible for maintaining approximately 70 parks and public facilities, totaling 598 acres, 169 playground apparatus and irrigation systems. 

Park Maintenance is also an integral component in special events in the City, closely working with Community Services to set up for events and activities that take place on or near park facilities. Community Services not only handles the rental of the park facilities but also operates programs for the public that include softball leagues, exercise classes, cooking, dancing and other types of interesting and fun things to do. For more information on park maintenance call (714) 536-5480.  For information on park facilities or to make a reservation call Community Services at (714) 536-5486 or the phone numbers provided on the featured parks pages.