Temple City Park

Parks & Recreation COVID-19 Updates

Currently Open

  • Walking Path at Live Oak Park
  • Open spaces at Live Oak Park and Temple City Park (must maintain physical distancing protocols)
  • Restrooms at both Live Oak Park and Temple City Park
  • Tennis Courts (Rules)
  • Playgrounds (Rules)
  • Basketball Courts
  • Picnic Shelters

Currently Closed 

  • Community Center and Annex at Live Oak Park

The City operates two public parks that offer a diverse array of amenities for residents of all ages. Facilities are available for reservation by calling the Parks and Recreation Department.

Dogs in Park
Leashed dogs are allowed within specific areas within public parks as per the amended Temple City Municipal Code Section 3-5D-11. Please take note of all dog-owner responsibilities within the park and enjoy!

Dog Ordinance Summary

Live Oak Park 
10144 Bogue St.
Live Oak Park Community Center

Live Oak Park is the City’s largest park with 16 acres of field and recreation space, and is home to annual City events including the Easter Egg Hunt, Halloween Carnival and Camp-A-Palooza.

The park offers a playground area, picnic shelters, one full and two half basketball courts, seven tennis courts and fields for baseball, softball, soccer and football.

Park Repairs Request
Picnic Shelter Rentals
Picnic Shelter Policies 

Temple City Park

9701 Las Tunas Dr.
Temple City Park Pavilion

Temple City Park is home to the Performing Arts Pavilion—the iconic stage for the City's annual Concerts in the Park series and Lights on Temple City. The park offers a small playground, picnic tables, barbecue pits and restroom facilities. Picnic tables are available on a first come, first serve basis. The Performing Arts Pavilion is available for reservation.  For additional information on reserving the Performing Arts Pavilion, please call (626) 579-0461.

Park Repairs Request
Pavilion Rentals