Brio Park is a 1-acre park near Second Avenue at 300 S. Euclid Street. The park is the city’s newest park, and it acts as a local park for the surrounding residential community.
The park is located on Euclid Street, which is accessible from the north through Beach Boulevard/Whittier Boulevard (Highway 39), which connects to the 5 Freeway. You can also come from the south via Imperial Highway 90, which connects to the 57 Freeway.
Brio Park is a popular summer destination for families in Orange County because of its shaded playground and splash park.
If you wish to spend an entire morning or afternoon, you can go across the street to the Children’s Museum at La Habra.
- This adorable neighborhood park is also the city of La Habra’s newest.
- The shade cover on the playground is a great benefit of this park in the summer, and it distinguishes it from Oeste Park, which also has a large splash-pad.
- There is natural beauty in this park as well, with brilliant blossoms along the wall of a pavilion near to the splash pad.
- The splash pad is one of the largest in Orange County, with a train and three slides – two on one side and one on the other.
- This park’s playground is modest, with only one structure. This makes it simple to supervise numerous children at the same time.
- The splash pad is fenced, which is useful if you have numerous children.
- Small park with simple supervision of children
- A wonderful row of adult exercise equipment is adjacent to the play structure.
- The La Habra Children’s Museum is located across the street on the other side of Euclid, and it is a short walk from the park to the museum.
- The only available parking is along the street, near to the playground.
- Euclid Street, which is right adjacent to the playground, is a busy street with stop lights.
- Because the restrooms are on the opposite side of the park from the splash pad, getting small children to and from the restroom while they are playing in the water might be difficult.
- There is a picnic area with tables and grills, however unlike the playground, there is little to no shade during the day.
- If there is any standing water from irrigation systems or rain, the surfaces here can be slick.
- Street Parking ADA Accessible Park
- Playground surface: recycled rubber under the splash pad and wood chips
- Restroom structure near the intersection of 2nd and Main Sts.
- Drinking faucets near the restrooms
- During the summer, the splash pad is open from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m. (Memorial Day-Labor Day)
- Three rectangular picnic tables and two charcoal grills
- During the summer, the splash pad can be reserved from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.
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