For parents wondering what to do with kids who have a little extra time on their hands, Long Beach Parks, Recreation and Marine (PRM) is at your service.
The department will offer “Fall Fun Days” next week, extending the hours of parks and park community centers on November 23, 24, and 25—coincidentally, Long Beach Unified School District’s (LBUSD) Thanksgiving Break.
Each community center will be open for six hours a day, allowing kids to drop by for crafts, sports, games and holiday fun at their leisure. The park will be closed on Thanksgiving Day, November 26, and Friday, November 27.
Each park, listed below, has a specific opening and closing time. Call the numbers listed for park specific information, and click here to learn more.
Admiral Kidd Park 2125 Santa Fe Avenue | 562.570.1600
Bixby Park 130 Cherry Avenue | 562.570.1601
Chavez Park 401 Golden Avenue | 562.570.8890
Cherry Park 1901 East 46th Street | 562.570.1615
College Estates Park 808 Stevely Avenue | 562.570.1617
Coolidge Park 352 Neece Avenue | 562.570.1618
Davenport Park 2910 East 55th Way | 562.212.4647
DeForest Park 6255 DeForest Avenue | 562.570.1620
Drake Park 951 Maine Avenue | 562.570.1625
El Dorado West Park 2800 Studebaker Road | 562.570.3225
Freeman Community Center 1205 Freeman Avenue | 562.570.8688
Houghton Park 6301 Myrtle Avenue | 562.570.1640
King Park 1950 Lemon Avenue | 562.570.4405
McBride Park 1550 M. L. King Jr. Boulevard | 562.570.1605
Miracle on Fourth Park 1518 East Fourth Street | 562.619.5392
Orizaba Park 2935 East Spaulding | 562.570.8688
Pan American Park 5157 Centralia Avenue | 562.570.1660
Ramona Park 3301 East 65th Street | 562.570.1665
Seaside Park 1401 Chestnut Avenue | 562.572.5126
Scherer Park 4600 Long Beach Boulevard | 562.570.8688
Silverado Park 1545 West 31st Street | 562.570.1675
Somerset Park 1500 East Carson | 562.570.3150
Stearns Champions Park 4520 East 23rd Street | 562.570.1685
Veterans Park 101 East 28th Street | 562.570.1695
Wardlow Park 3457 Stanbridge Avenue | 562.570.1706
Whaley Park 5620 Atherton Street | 562.570.1710
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