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The Great Outdoors

Life in Park Circle means enjoying the sunny Southern California lifestyle 24/7. Our 2.6-acre public park (Harvest Park) with a sports court, playground, covered barbecue and picnic areas, lots of shade, bocce ball, horseshoes, fitness equipment, and an event stage is just the beginning! If that’s not enough, our community has an additional 4.4 acres of private community parks filled with memorable touches that pay homage to agrarian roots of Valley Center. From the hoof prints and the tractor treads indented in the sidewalk, to the Konyn Dairy silos and funky cow sculpture—Park Circle brings the land to life while honoring the history that came before it. Open space is a trademark of Valley Center, and we’ve intentionally preserved a lot of it. We also have more than 8 miles of trails winding in and around the community and connecting to the historic Heritage Trail—a well-known and well-loved favorite among the Valley Center locals.

Harvest Park

Great lawn

Sports courts

Civic Stage

This 2.6-acre Valley Center public park is another part of the coveted Park Circle experience. There are horseshoes to be thrown, parties to be had, and laughter to be heard here. It might be your new favorite workout spot, or perhaps the playground your kids most request. The opportunities are endless here. Start honing your bocce skills—the park will be opening to the public soon.

Independence Park



Picnic area

Our favorite spot for a picnic is Independence Park. It’s small enough to feel cozy, but still big enough for a game of tag. And those Adirondack chairs are perfect for lounging while the kids play on the playground.

Wide Open Spaces

Did we mention we love green? Wagon Run and Double Dutch Run are open space parks perfect for family picnics, book reading, cloud counting, and cat napping.

Happy Trails to You

The 8+ miles of trails within Park Circle are made for walking, running, biking, wagon pulling, and more. If you’re a novice, you can get some fresh air and stay close to home. Seasoned walkers and hikers will enjoy connecting to both Heritage Trail and the Joe Barry Trail—venturing out for some great scenery and equestrian friends.