Peter Green Park is named after a former Huntington Beach mayor who served on the City Council and as mayor from 1990 - 1991 and 1998 - 1999. Peter has been known as a proponent of environmental programs and served as an educator for many years at Golden West College in Huntington Beach. The former priest from Oklahoma has made Huntington Beach his home for decades and lives with his wife, Cathy Green, who also has served as mayor of Huntington Beach.
Peter Green Park is one of the newest, most kid-friendly parks in Huntington Beach. It features a playground of fun interactive stations, an upscale covered patio barbeque and tables, a tennis court, basketball court and volleyball court.
The Peter Green Park is a spacious green park filled with many activities and things to do for all ages. Located in Seagate, it is surrounded by Bel Air, Promenade and Greystone Keys home developments and as such, is the centerpiece for these single family homes just a mile or two from the beach and Pacific Ocean. Afternoons at the park are breezy and pleasant, just the perfect weather Huntington Beach is known for.
The finest park in Huntington Beach for toddler exploration (some believe Harriett Wieder Regional Park is tops), we like it because of it's colorful toys that invite youngsters to turn handles, read maps, and explore in an educational process. Meanwhile just within reach of this fantastic playground of color and shapes, there is a covered patio (very upscale) for picnics, or for parents and grandparents to sit and relax in the shade and watch the kids play. A tennis court, sand volleyball court and basketball hoops make this park a multi-use, complete recreational opportunity for the entire family.
The park is a public park and can be accessed by anyone. It is located on Promenade Street near Main and Gothard.
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
parks and public facilities, totaling 598 acres,
169 playground apparatus and irrigation
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.
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.