3120 Monte Diablo
Stockton, California 95203
Phone: (209) 937-7365
Monday: 6:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Tuesday: 6:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Wednesday: 6:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Thursday: 6:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Friday: 6:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Saturday: 6:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Sunday: 6:00 AM – 10:00 PM
The Louis Park Softball Complex is a riverfront park featuring a boat launch, sports fields, picnic shelters with BBQs & green space.
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It was beautiful and sunny day, the grass was a little high, but there were lots of people enjoying the day. Everyone was respectful and friendly. Some played music some were enjoying and revved motorcycles. It was a very diverse group of people from all walks of life. I would go again, and I'm sure I would have another pleasant experience. This world is changing and evolving, we may not like how everyone choses to enjoy their lives. As long as everyone respects the rights of others to enjoy how they see fit, everyone will have nice day.
I think Pixie Woods is a GREAT place for kids. I'd give it 5 stars but Pixie Woods is located in a high crime area of Stockton. I'm happy Pixie Woods is gated!
I love pixie woods its huge lots of things to see and do there. And very quiet.
I was playin in the sand with friends and sliced my foot open with glass, started pouring out blood, o stitches needed just a lot of blood. Be carful in the sand, wear shoes.
Very nice looking and very nice fresh air conditioning surround Louis Park. Very good for the young kids and the family coming and having fun at the Pixie Woods. Louis Parks having many sports places, many family and community party picnic tables. Louis Park having the nice boat ramps. Louis Parks have many very nice views, for many people to enjoy relaxing. Louis Parks having alot fishing spots. Louis Park has very nice views of the International ship on the river. So, I think Louis Park very much helped me get relaxed for myself. I'm very much thankful to Louis Parks of the City Stockton, CA.
This is a gorgeous gem of a park. It could use some cleaning up of trash and such but otherwise the epitomy of a park setting!
Great place to fish, go on boat rides or just picnic at the park.
Great place to go and chill out have a little barbecue or picnic and check out the big ships go by on the delta! As well as people going by on the boats and skiing as well as jet skiing...😎👍
Overall nice, but I was cold and had to wait in the car for the rest of the soccer game
It was just very peaceful relaxing there when I visited but there's nothing for kids to do there yes I'm over there
Its good to be with the family and its fun to play and see kids/pets having fun
The park overall is laid out pretty nice with abundant space for families to get together and do any number of occasions, to a point. Parking seems adequate but keep in mind some vehicles are there as shelter and places to pursue less wholesome activities. Boat launch is straight forward and you'll access the entire delta even the bay area. Reasonable amount of space to park the trailer and vehicle pulling into consideration. Various spots for organized sports, an inner educational attraction that has been closed for years, you'll notice it when you see the artificial lake, a train track, volcano, casts of indigenous people or prehistoric ones, hard to tell from them being weathered. In its heyday definitely a gem but more recently a victim of the sign of the times, though improving. You may feel a little uncomfortable with some of the sketchiness, and not thrilled with people that occasionally aren't very concerned about trash or dog poop. I would suggest carefully examining the ground and lawn areas for needles, frankly in any park, but this one falls into the category of not wanting to go barefoot. The ride in is also a bit rough west of the freeway. There have been occasional acts of violence, but mostly within a circle that may get out of hand. It will be relatively busy on weekends with friends and families, see city of stockton for booking spaces. Middle of the week not unusual to find a couples in their vehicles making out, in their 20s, 30s, 40s, which strikes me as just occasional unfaithful types with no other place to go. It could also be perfectly Innocent.
Love it at Dad's Point. Remembering the boat races that I saw here the first time I came to Stockton with friends I made in AD "A" in the Navy late 1981. Geez just dated myself right there eh? Free to launch and recover boat ramp right on the main channel...in 35+ yrs have never had a problem there. In fact most folks at on or in the delta are most willing to help if needed.
I wish that they had more trash receptacles around the park it's really annoying to see all the litter everywhere as just a person who enjoys a nice scenery I have been trying to clean up what I can because it is such a beautiful Park and I would like others to enjoy its beauty
I love this place because it is close to my house and I caught a fish here and I can see my car from where I fish not too crowded
Pixie woods for the kids. Just big enough they don't get bored. Dads point great place to boat, watch the ships come in, or throw a line out and catch dinner. There's something for every age. And if you get thirsty the rod and gun clubs got you. Been going there 55 years. Love the place, you will too.
I love Lewis Park I've been fishing there for a long time. It was very upsetting this time when I went these cops were riding around rookie newbies out of the academy they watched us unload our cars and take our fishing gear down the hill and then when we came up to complete taking stuff out of our car tha police come over and told us that all the cars were going to be towed from that parking lot and I told them I have never heard of such a thing
Beautiful park. Went there to sit & gather my thoughts. Peaceful. I seen few people with jetskis. Great place for family barbeque. Or even just a quick walk with the dog.
It's a very open area park. There's decent spots to fish. The Pixie Wood attractions weren't open when I visited due to covid but might be in June.
This is a terrific spot to relax and hang out, if you fish and like to boat its an even better place for you. For people who have dogs and need to take them for frequent runs I would definitely suggest this place. Now I will warn you, every so often I have seen a skunk or two so be careful letting them off the leash or if you're doing a little adventuring. (Though every sighting was during a night trip I took there so bring a flashlight if you're taking an evening stroll). Also, they do have bathrooms available I would really just bring your own toilet paper, hand soap, and Lysol cleansing wipes, of clorox whichever you prefer. Be careful with parking under the trees, I've been bitten too many times by thier spiders.