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Eastlake Parks

More than 1,100 acres of parks, recreation, and open space are planned in the EastLake area.  The entire EastLake community is linked via bicycle and walking/jogging paths.

cherylsplace at Montevalle Park

Montevalle Park  is a 29-acre park in Rolling Hills Ranch along Hunte Parkway.  The property lies between Duncan Ranch Road and the Salt Creek Open Space. Montevalle contains a variety of amenities including three multi-purpose fields, a softball field, basketball and tennis courts, a skate area, off-leash dog area, playground areas, walking trail, and numerous picnic shelters and picnic areas.  The park also contains a 21,144 square foot facility that houses a gymnasium, various multi-purpose rooms, restrooms, craft rooms, game room, and adult annex, and other miscellaneous rooms.

Mountain Hawk Park: opened in 2006, and it’s amenities include an amphitheater, basketball court, walking trail, restrooms, and gazebos that overlook Otay Lake. Mountain Hawk also has the only interactive water feature in the City. The interactive water feature is open from April to November.

Heritage Park Community Center opened in August 2002. The Community Center, the hub of activity in the park, hosts a variety of recreational and leisure programs, special events and classes including arts and crafts, dance, exercise (aerobic and strength), games, sports and after school/intersession programs. The adjoining amphitheatre will host a variety of cultural and community activities and events.

The surrounding park, a 10.17 acre public neighborhood park, includes a multi-purpose playing field, lighted outdoor basketball courts, play equipment, restrooms, picnic tables and shelters, park perimeter walking/jogging pathway, lakeside gazebo and perimeter parking.

Hours of Operation
Monday 2:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Tuesday 2:15 PM – 4:00 PM (Mobile Recreation)
Wednesday 2:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Thursday 2:15 PM – 4:00 PM (Mobile Recreation)
Friday 12:45 PM – 3:30 PM (Mobile Recreation)
Saturday CLOSED


Veterans Park: A 12-acre park, located on East Palomar Street near Medical Center Drive, with panoramic views to the west and close to the Chula Vista Veterans’ Home. Veteran’s Park includes a prominent “Walk of Honor” walkway paved with bricks inscribed with the names of veterans. The City of Chula Vista is making these bricks available to individuals and businesses wishing to honor a veteran.


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