4520 W. Eight Mile Rd.
Stockton, California 95209
Phone: (209) 953-8800
Monday: 8:00 AM – 7:30 PM
Tuesday: 8:00 AM – 7:30 PM
Wednesday: 8:00 AM – 7:30 PM
Thursday: 8:00 AM – 7:30 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM – 7:30 PM
Saturday: 8:00 AM – 7:30 PM
Sunday: 8:00 AM – 7:30 PM
Stockton's most popular disc golf course, and home to many disc golf events and tournaments.
Oak Grove has two courses:
This Purple and Gold courses were redesigned in 2014. Both courses are flat and sit in the middle of an oak tree preserve with mowed grass and large oak trees. Alt. pins and the lake keep even the locals on their toes.
Fees: $5/car weekdays and $6 weekends and Holidays. Annual pass available. Course maps aid navigation.
Stopped by to stretch our legs on a drive home from Sacramento to Salinas. We couldn’t have imagined how large this park was. Plenty of space in a Sunday afternoon to grill, have a birthday party, exercise, or just take a leisurely stroll. There are ducks and geese all over the lake. There was an advertisement for paddle boats, but we didn’t see any in use. $6 for parking didn’t break the bank. We really joyed the tranquility.
Beautiful park with a walking trail. Park is technically dog friendly but there are trails with “No Dogs” signs. Parking is $5 and $1 extra if you bring a dog.
Has a lot of potential. Nice variety of trees. Deserves more resources towards landscaping, pond/lake cleaning, humane population control of geese & ducks. Overall it's a nice, much needed park for the community.
This park was a lot of fun for kids. There's a children's playground, a museum of nature and history and the restroom is conveniently located near the museum and entrance. There are plenty of picnic tables and park benches for everyone.
Nice park with trails to walk and enjoy nature. Nice disc golf course. Good playgrounds. You can fish or feed the ducks or geese. Always a good time.
Beautiful park. Attended the Astronomy night. Pretty amazing to be able to take my grand kids (7,6,5,2l to see the moon & stars through the extra large telescopes. Their expressions were priceless. They were amazed.
They have nice clean restrooms and plenty of sheltered areas for all your gatherings also a large lake you can go fishing in.
Disc golf course is excellent. 5 dollar fee to go in. Well kept up, huge area with lots of varies holes.
$6 entrance fee. Trees. Cooler than surrounding area. Questionable fishing holes. No joy. Nice way to get out of the sun if you don't have the ability to drive 2 hours to the coast or mountains to cool off.
I'm just gonna leave it at 3stars, it was so dried up that signs were posted at the picnic areas, to beware of the falling branches because of the drought. So you're basically entering at your own risk and it's your responsibility if you get hurt. So folks make sure your car and medical premiums are paid up. The children's jungle gym playground was nicely shaded but then again remember the falling branches. The sand box was so dried there was sand fleas jumping on the sock edges on our kids legs. See that's how dry it was out there, even a drought for the fleas. Had to keep the kids out of it, although a few fleas hitched a ride back to the picnic area. The picnic area was great clean BBQ, tables, benches, and the bathrooms were very clean. The bungalow picnic area was very shady with large wooded patio and concrete flooring with electrical outlets. The garbage bags were change a few times during our event. The parking was plenty, the fee was good $6 to enter, they need to turn on that water because the duck pond was very low and the squirrels were very close to folks, watching. Please Oak Grove Regional Park folks water your park. We dont have a drought, it's called politically incorrect, weather climate control, ya'll seriously need to ask for governmental grants, ya'll are the county, do something, make phone calls. What animals you have left will no longer be there, well you only have squirrels and ducks. The geese can't even make a pit rest stop, it's so dry. I find it hard to accept that other county parks are doing great and very green and this one isn't.
My wife and I, we rented the boathouse to have our little wedding and this place was perfect. Everyone who came to the wedding had nothing but good thing to say about the park.
I would give 5 stars if the fish would at least bite. Cant be fished out after one week of being stocked. Lol maybe its just me. Great place for family picnic. More in warmer weather.😁🇺🇸
Four years ago the fishing was great we to get a hold I senators out here to replenish the fish there they used to drop off fish at least once a month they don't do that anymore so it's not so much fun fishing there
Beautiful place for an afternoon nap and stroll or picnic. Kind of expensive for rvs, 20 bucks, 10 for cars it's close to the freeway and very peaceful. Lots of birds the man-made lake.
This place is really cool. If you ever need to get away from the city without really leaving the city then this is the place. I just happened to stumble across this park by accident. My car was acting up one day and the entrance to the park was the only place I could pull over and not be blocking traffic. Anyways that's how I discovered this park and I'm happy I did cause I found a perfect place to relax and take a break away from everything
Oak Grove Park has a great area for youth group camping. Last time we took 10+ Girl Scout troops for a 2-night campout. We also requested a tour at the nature hut--- the curator was awesome and provided so much information to girls from 6-16 yr old!
The dogs had a blast! Quiet peaceful park doesn't feel like it's so close to town at all
Nice walking trails and I enjoy feeding the geese and ducks. Nice place for a lil BBQ and some fishing.
Great place for the family enjoy a hike, do some fishing, frisbee golf. This place is a nice relaxing day.
This is a huge place to visit and just spend the day. Consists of a few trails. It's a really really nice place to spend the day. Clean. Bathrooms aren't bad either.
Quiet and serene. Great place to unwind and spend time with the family. Multiple ways to enjoy the outdoors buy yourself, small family group or large group outing.
They need to work on maintenance. There's broken tree branches everywhere and the grass is yellow.
Love love nature if you have kids keep on leashes so they will not hurt the ducks
This park is awesome place to bring the kids for a nice outing. Will definitely spend hours here.
I love this place cuz it's nice and quiet and helps me gather my thoughts so I can continue with my day well worth the $5 especially if you have an hour just to give to yourself
Really starting to love these courses; there are two of them, called purple and gold. Some of the holes wind through the oak trees, and others are more open in the grassy parts of the park, but there are oaks pretty much everywhere. Also some water, and geese, and people walking around. Nice atmosphere here, very friendly and relaxing. Well maintained, sometimes a little windy.
Oddly relaxing park for being at i5 and 8 mile road. As oddly not many people walk or bike to the park, there's no entrance fees for that unless you bring pets.
Always so peaceful. The water today was higher then I have ever seen.
Good place to hang out and fish. Cost $6 to go in and $5 for each person to fish over 18. Not that much fish tho. I would expect more fish since we have to pay for fishing.
We stopped here on our way to our destination. It cost 6 bucks to get in but it was worth it. My dog got to go potty and they have clean restrooms for both men and women. We got to take a little rest at this comfortable spot. I will go there again rather than a dirty gas station.
The disc golf course was good and we certainly would play again when we are in the area. The only complaint is that there were not any maps. We liked the signs on each tee with the pictures.
First time there. We enjoyed all the trails (walked 3 miles) and it has a very nice pond. It borders Interstate-5 so there is persistent auto noise.
What you'd expect from a park. Nice area to eat, nice lake, didn't get a chance to explore a bunch but had a good time.
We took family pictures here and they are beautiful! Great scenery, nice trails and a park for the kids to play. Overall an amazing place. There is an entrance fee...but it's only $5 and we'll worth it!
Great place to visit will b nice if they planted bigger trout so my kids an enjoy
Beautiful quiet place. Bring kids to fish. Enjoy the trails. Restroom and park is clean. Great place to play frisbee golf 💗🏞️
An absolutely gorgeous park for the entire family to visit and enjoy! Ponds, playgrounds, and excellent Nature Trails! Frisbee Golf can also be enjoyed by participating on their grand course. Fishing is also allowed in several locations. There are also Paddle Boats to rent and enjoy for all family members. A fun day anytime that you visit!
It's a nice park if you want to play disc golf or if you want to take the kids and play or even fish.
Disc golf course is awesome!! Only downfall is that the park closes at 5 pm sharp. Not cool if you work during business hours. I would definitely play when I have more time on the weekend because the course is super fun. Decent cement tee pads, okay signage. No benches at the tee pad.
Beautiful quaint park with lovely views of the little lake and lush green to walk through on the trails. Lots of geese as well so just be sure to give them their space since they can be a little bit moody.
Disc golf course is awesome!! Only downfall is that the park closes at 5 pm sharp. Not cool if you work during business hours. I would definitely play when I have more time on the weekend because the course is super fun. Decent cement tee pads, okay signage. No benches at the tee pad. Edit** closes at 7 now!! Woohoo!
Oak Grove regional Park is always a fun place to go. There is plenty of geese and ducks. You can also fish for a fee. There are two playgrounds walking paths and frisbee golf. There is also a nature center which I haven't been to in a long time. Which I remember there is a very friendly staff on board that will teach you all about the animals. They will also teach you about plants. They will also let you touch the snakes and other animals they have. Oak Grove regional Park is a must visit location. They used to have the asparagus festivals here. They were here it was nice and spread out and a lot of fun. They also have paddle boat which is great fun for the family. If you are a photographer there is many places you can go along the nature trails to take awesome pictures. Very beautiful trees and scenic backgrounds. There are also trees you can sit on that have been knocked over that make great family portraits.
Beautiful clean park! Lots of geese and ground squirrels. Clean bathrooms. Many different trails to walk.
Peaceful, tranquil park surrounded by cherry orchards and grape vineyards. There's a ton ducks wandering around and there's paddle boating. Must go at least once or even get married there. Plenty of good spots to set up and get the party started.
Had our daughters baby shower here. So much to do. Clean. Very beautiful scenery. Friendly gate staff.
Beautiful park! We had the Poppy Shelter for a small gathering of 15. It was perfect. Near the lake with two picnic tables, a serving table, BBQ pit and covering. Plenty of trees for shade. Ground was level, great for blankets or chairs and everything was really neat. It was lovely and the rental fee was reasonable. The spot was also close to parking and a restroom.
June 13, 21 First time here. It was very nice. We had a large party (over 50) and reserved several tables by the water. There was plenty of shade and the weather was perfect. Easy access to parking made it nice.
Attended combined C H P officer graduation and baby 1st birthday celebration. Great time. Park area was perfect. Children enjoyed play area, we had a water facet for washing hands and towels for cleanup, trash can placed closely for cleanup, plenty of seating area, and large trees that provided shade. Bathrooms were clean and close enough to walk to.
Good park on your way to and from Sacramento to San Jose for a stop by with family and kids. The entry fee is $6 but it's worth it. There are restrooms and lots of benches to take a break/have lunch or snacks. The area is pretty huge and right on/near Hwy 5.
A great place close to home to feel a little lost in. We did not get to either of the two trails as our little tuckered out on the walk around the lake. There's definitely some work to be done, but considering the last year and a half, we enjoyed ourselves and will be back.
Good park on your way to and from Sacramento to San Jose for a stop by with family and kids. The entry fee is $6 but it's worth it. There is a fountain, pond and some ducks in the area and also some disc golf area. There are restrooms and lots of benches with shade to take a break/have lunch or snacks. The area is pretty huge and right on/near Hwy 5.
Oak Grove Park is a nice large park for big gatherings or small picnics. They have hiking trails and an amphitheater and allow fishing. Entrance fee is $5 on weekdays and $6 on weekends. This park is also popular for Frisbee golf.
As photographers in Stockton, we know there isn't much places to photograph. But Oak Grove park is our go to location and our couples love it here! The trees + grass here at the park changes with the season so it's always a different look!
Beautifully park! Didn't get to see much of it, just stopped off to picnic a meal and let the dogs do their Doo. There's various entrance fee depending on day of the week, some holidays I believe and time of day but lady at entrance was very accommodating realizing we were traveling to move and it was close to closing time and let us in without charging us. Nicely keep grounds, beautiful trees and greenery, great for walking, picnics, ect. Loved this place.
Played 36 hole it was best bring you family an your dogs fishing ponds,no crowds, good Parking 5$
Great park setting. Great variety of disc golf with 2 full 18 hole courses.
$6 weekday entrance fee to this large park with fishing, rental boats, walking trails, picnic grounds, frisbee golf, amphitheater, and more. We took a lovely walk through the park on a concrete walkway. Although there are also dirt trails, we avoided those. The park is well maintained and we felt very safe. Restrooms are abundant, clean, and well stocked. There are plenty of geese and their poop litters the pathways. You may have to wash your shoes. As we walked we encountered two professional photo shoots, one a pregnancy announcement, the other a small girl in a beautiful dress. Several frisbee golfers played. It was cold, as Januarys usually are, but the sun was out and we dressed appropriately.