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This is a nice park with lots of grass (which seems to be in short supply in this region of CA) and plenty of shade from the mature trees. Allowed my dogs to get out and stretch their legs after being cooped up in the...More
There is a small playground, large grassy area and we could see a skate park out back. Nice place to stop. Bathrooms were disgusting. We stopped and let the kids play while waiting for the museum to open. Would be a nice place to spend...More
Great little park. There are basket ball courts and a stage and a skateboard park below the park. Adjacent to the park there is a youth center , a small library and a small but great Yosemite gateway museum.
The park was created to thank Mary Laveroni and recognize her many contributions to our community. The upper park was picnic tables and public restrooms. The large lower park, which was formerly part of the Hetch Hetchy railroad is a great place for outdoor activities...More
This is a pretty park in Groveland with trees. Our stops here are usually brief - to use the restrooms and perhaps relax a bit before continuing on our drive to Yosemite National Park.
Its a nice park in terms of small town parks so...More
This tree;lined park is a resting spot for weary travelers. Plus Groveland Community Services District has added free bathrooms after the ride up Priest Grade. Yosemite Chamber of Commerce holds its Flea Markets in the upper park on the first Saturday of Each Month. A...More
Located on the east side of Groveland Mary Laveroni Park serves as way stop for travelers, as well as a valuable community asset. picnic tables under the shade of big oaks makes for a wonderful lunch stop on your way to Yosemite. The parking lot...More