Fallon Sports Park is the City’s premier sports facility, dedicated for the first time in July 2010. The park entrance is on Lockhart Street between Gleason Drive and Central Parkway. The park currently covers 28 acres of the 60-acre site. Phase Two of Fallon Sports Park (dedicated in March 2018) covers 19.75 acres on the lower level of the site and includes an additional two lighted synthetic turf soccer fields, a 90-foot lighted baseball diamond, four lighted bocce ball courts, an adventure playground, toilets, a concession building, and additional parking.

Phase Two consists of 19.75 acres of the 60-acre park ‘s lower terrace. The second of the three phases planned for the site cost $14 million and has been in the works for the park on Lockhart Street between Gleason Drive and Central Parkway since late 2013.

A unique addition to this is the “adventure playground” designed for kids looking for something a little more than a run-of-the-mill swing set and slide experience. With play structures like the explorer dome, a half-geodesic dome with climbing nets, it doesn’t disappoint. The structure is meant to inspire children to climb ropes as if they were “in a jungle setting.”

The rotating disk is another modern item in the playground. Kids hang on the ropes attached to the pole in the center of the disk as their body’s motion rotates the disk. There’s also a spinner bowl that turns around and around, powered by a foot push on the play surface. And, after working a sweat, a well-deserved nap can be taken on a hammock.

Older park goers might want to try their luck at a bocce ball on one of the new lighted courts. Popular in Italy, the bocce ball has developed in Dublin since the opening of the first courts in the Emerald Glen Park of the city.

It’s really a lovely sports park. It’s very clean, has a great view, a nice crowd, and the bathrooms are also well maintained. It’s very well lit at night, and it’s surrounded by beautiful million dollar homes and golf courses. Soccer field really is a different thing. Even if you don’t play sports and just want to hang around, have a picnic, or just take a picture of yourself, this is the place to check out.

This park is ginormous. Sometimes people overuse the word, but it definitely fits the description. Don’t make a mistake-this is a sports park. Let’s just break it down. It includes two lighted artificial-turf soccer fields, two lighted Little League baseball fields and two lighted softball fields, four lighted basketball courts, four lighted tennis courts, a bike motocross track (though it won’t be ready to race for a while), toilets, parking and walking trails. There is a sweeping view of the valley. The facilities are, of course, in a pristine condition.

This amazing landmark is just one of the many must-see sights you don’t want to miss in Dublin, California:

  • Emerald Glen Park
  • Dublin Hills Regional Park
  • Hacienda Crossings Shopping Center
  • The Shops At Waterford
  • Green’s Store 
  • Old St. Raymond’s Church  
  • Wallis Ranch
  • Tassajara Hills
  • Tralee Village

All of these wonderful landmarks are located just a short distance from our location located at 6400 Village Pkwy #101 in Dublin, California! Stop by for a visit anytime!