Vincent Lugo Park


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Prospect Ave & Wells Street, Prospect Ave, San Gabriel, CA 91776

About Vincent Lugo Park

Spanning acres of greenery and open spaces, Vincent Lugo Park stands as one of the city’s premier parks. Located at the intersection of Wells and Ramona Streets, this beautiful park allows visitors to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life and reconnect with nature.

Recent enhancements have transformed Vincent Lugo Park into an urban sanctuary, inviting everyone to enjoy the fresh air and wide-open spaces. Whether you seek a serene escape from the city’s hustle or an adventure-filled day with family and friends, this park offers something for every age and interest.

One of the park’s crown jewels is La Laguna de San Gabriel, affectionately known as Dinosaur Park. This whimsical playground has earned national acclaim as one of America’s coolest, featuring 14 concrete play structures that ignite imaginations and inspire endless hours of fun. 

Next to the playground is a picnic area with eight tables and a barbecue grill, providing the perfect setting for gatherings of up to 100 people.

For those seeking a more intimate picnicking experience, Vincent Lugo Park also offers the Sage and Oak Picnic Areas, each with six tables, barbecue grills, and a capacity for 50 guests. 

With its wide-open spaces, amenities, and commitment to preserving the great outdoors, Vincent Lugo Park embodies the spirit of community recreation. The park is open from 7:30 am to 10:00 pm daily.

Highlights

Vincent Lugo Park offers visitors the following:

  • Dry riverbed drains to Alhambra Wash
  • Multipurpose trails throughout the park
  • Native landscaping
  • Athletic field/open space
  • Outdoor classroom
  • Vehicular and pedestrian bridges

Their vibe is wonderful!

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In the Press

Annual Turkey Trot 5K, 10K & Kids’ Run 2023: San Gabriel

The bustling 46th Annual Turkey Trot races kick off and conclude at the lively Vincent Lugo Park, nestled snugly at the intersection of Wells and Ramona within the vibrant City of San Gabriel. Read more here: https://patch.com/california/sanmarino/calendar/event/20231118/9f73c848-ceed-45bb-936d-b1321c63b10d/annual-turkey-trot-5k-10k-kids-run-2023-san-gabriel

 

The hidden story behind SoCal’s whimsical playground filled with monsters

In the bustling streets of Southern California lies a secret haven of whimsical creatures waiting to be discovered. Despite calling Los Angeles home for over forty years, I stumbled upon a hidden gem: Vincent Lugo Park, where Minnie the whale, Stella the starfish, Ozzie the octopus, and the playful dolphins Flipper, Speedy, and Peanut dwell. Nestled within this park is La Laguna de San Gabriel playground, affectionately known as Monster Park or Dinosaur Park. Read more here: https://www.latimes.com/lifestyle/newsletter/2022-03-24/monster-park-la-laguna-de-san-gabriel-playground-the-wild