This summer, why not try something new? Not new as in taking up a new hobby, or new like taking a big risk in your vacation plans. No, this is new in a down-home, small town feel kind of way, getting away from expensive outings and crowded places and simply enjoying the Redwood City sunshine.
This summer, why not spend the day at , where there is never a shortage of exciting things going on, where people of any age, be it toddlers, teens, parents, or grandparents, can enjoy themselves for the day?
Upon arriving at Red Morton Community Park, located between Valota, Roosevelt and Madison Ave., visitors are suddenly faced with a difficult question: what to do first? The skate park attracts on average a crowd of teenage boys and girls, skating around and doing tricks in the Phil Shao Memorial Skate Park. The public pool is available for any visitor, and is a popular retreat on hot and muggy days. Red Morton's vast expanses of lawn are used for playing sports or picnicking, while the playground caters to younger visitors and their parents. With so much to do each and every day, the Red Morton Community Park evolves into a popular summer getaway, complete with fun for the whole family.
In addition to its recreational facilities, Red Morton also houses a Community Activities Building, , and Community Center that all provide unique and valuable services to visitors.
Overall, Red Morton boasts a community vibe, ensuring the feeling of safety and relaxation in visitors to this fairly large, and very well-kept park. So when you next find yourself wondering about your next adventure, think Red Morton Park. You won't be disappointed.