Stow Grove Park

Want to be surrounded by towering redwoods in nearby Goleta? Then visit wonderful Stow Grove Park. A very diverse park, it also features two sand volleyball courts, a softball field, horseshoes pits, extensive picnic tables, BBQ grills, playgrounds, lots of other trees (sycamore and oak), many birds (including owls), and grassy areas. On a hot day, spending time in the shade of the green and cooling redwoods is especially rewarding.



580 N Patera Ln, Goleta

Managed By

City of Goleta

Distance from UCSB

3.5 miles (walking)

How To Get There

Walk, Bike, Drive, Bus

Things To Do

BBQ, Birdwatching, Other Recreational Activities (horseshoes), Picnicking, Playground/Swings, Playing on Grass Activities, Relaxing, Running, Studying/Reading, Volleyball, Walking

Fun Facts

The redwood trees in Stow Grove Park were planted in 1876 to provide a picnic area for the Stow family and the people who visited Rancho La Patera and their house (the Stow House).

Other Information

This park takes on-line reservations for group picnic tables. There are many additional Goleta parks with picnic tables.

Best Time To Visit

All Year

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