El Dorado East Regional Park
7550 E. Spring St,
(562) 570-1771
Land Area: 388.2 acres

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General Information:

  • To reserve a site, please call (562) 570-3111

  • Vehicle entry fees are: $5 Monday through Thursday; $6 Friday: $7 Saturday and Sunday; and $8 on Holidays

  • Buses are $30; Other buses are $35 daily

  • Park hours are 7am-dusk, closed on Christmas

Annual Pass Fee:

Annual passes are sold at the El Dorado Nature Center Museum, 7550 E. Spring Street or the Department of Parks,
Recreation and Marine Administration Office, 2760 Studebaker Road in El Dorado Park West.

Amenities:

  • Archery range with target butts

  • Barbecue grills - First come, first served

  • Bicycle trails - paved (over 4 miles)

  • Campground for Youth Groups

  • 2 Stocked Fishing lakes (license required for 16 yrs+)

  • Model aircraft flying area (radio controlled)

  • Model sailboat area (radio controlled)

  • Nature Center - Closed Mondays

  • Park Ranger supervision

  • Physical Fitness Course - 12 stations - Area II

  • Picnic Areas - first come, first served, and reserved areas

  • Picnic Shelters

  • Playgrounds

Also Available:

  • Train rides for youth and adults,
    Call (562) 824-7725 or http://www.caboosecorners.com/

  • Pedal Boat rentals; food and catering services,

    Call (562) 824-7717

  • Food and Beverage Concession Stands
    11am-4pm Sat/Sun in the summer

  • Bicycle Rentals - Wheel Fun Rentals, call 805-650-7707

Party Packages
For more information or to reserve the "Caboose Corners" picnic sites at the train, www.caboosecorners.com For information about reserving the "Boathouse Shelter" or party package with the boathouse call (562) 824-7717

Junior Olympic Archery Development (JOAD)
FREE archery instruction. Learn on their equipment or your own! One hour safety/orientation class held regularly. For more information, to confirm class schedule or to schedule groups, call Aletha Donathan, Head Archery Instructor at (562) 688-9666.