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Craig Regional Park in Fullerton California

If you live in the city of Fullerton then you know what a beautiful get a way from the busy city this place is.  It’s right across Imperial Highway near Brea Mall. When you visit the park in the weekend, you will observe many visitors enjoying the space by exercising or holding birthday parties, stading around the playground with their kids or fishing and enjoying the quiet and relaxing scenes around. During the week you will see employees in suits walk over to the park with their sack lunches enjoying their break. Once you are inside the gates, the feeling of the busy city streets fades away and you sink in with the calming nature this park offers.

Planning a party and need a place, Six picnic shelters and two group areas provide shade with tables and barbecues. In addition there are picnic tables and barbecues scattered throughout the facility. you can call and get in touch with he park administration to book your next party.

The playground is just a great place to take your kids and enjoy meeting other parents and play groups. As one mom said “My kids enjoyed the three playgrounds. Rolling in the grass hills makes it feel like a public golf course without the golf.”

The park is also a wildlife sanctuary and is very popular as a bird watching destination

Craig park is also one of Fullerton’s favorite trails for walkers and runners. This is a 2.58 mi Run in Fullerton, California. The Run has a total ascent of 106.1 ft and has a maximum elevation of 347.93 ft. So get your running shoes on and make sure you visit this lovely park the next time you are in Fullerton.

If you are looking to find a home near Craig park or in the city of Fullerton Call Rima Jaridly (714-599-3936)

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Spring – Summer Hours: 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. PST

Fall – Winter Hours: 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. PDT

Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

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