Discovery Park, which opened in 2006, is a 48-acre park. The park consists of 5 multi-use fields, basketball courts, sand volleyball pits, 2 ponds stocked as part of the community fishing program, a small playground with a fun climbing rock, a multi-use network of trails, and 8 picnic ramadas (with power and bbq grills). For activities, Ramadas can be reserved.

Discovery Park was named during construction after the discovery of fossils of a Columbian Mammoth near the site. The mammoth came to be known as Tuskers after a naming contest. At the Southeast Regional Library in Gilbert, exact replicas of the fossils found can be seen.

You will enjoy these amenities for the park:

  • 2 Lakes stocked for fishing; Use of Water Retrieved
  • 3 Multi-use Lighted Fields
  • 2 Fields for Multi-Use
  • 2 Sand Volleyball Courts Lighted
  • 2 Basketball Courts Lighted
  • 4 swings and the Play Area Climbing Rock
  • 8 Ramadas with BBQ Grills Reservable
  • 1 Facility for restrooms
  • Garden Butterfly
  • Road of learning (self directed play activities on paths)
  • Multi-use/Equestrian Trails, Bike Racks & Numerous Benches
  • Receptacles of Garbage
  • Fourty-eight Acre Park
  • 400 spaces for parking

Ramada's/Tables for Picnic

Ramadas and other services can be booked on any weekday.

From 5:30 am to 10:00 pm. A ramada reserve

Sandstone: A large ramada with 9 tables and 2 barbecues. Disposable strength.

Bedrock: Big ramada with 9 tables and 2 barbecues. Inflatable area with generator only. Power available.

Granite: Big 9-table ramada & 2 grills. Disposable strength.

Discovery: Small ramada with 2 tables and barbecue. Disposable strength.

Arroyo: Small ramada with 2 tables and barbecue. Disposable strength.

Cove Digger: Small ramada with 2 tables and barbecue. Inflatable field, available electricity.

Pebble: Small ramada with barbecue and 2 chairs. Disposable strength.

Hoopasaurus: Small ramada with 2 barbecue tables. Inflatable field, available electricity.

This park is really good for riding a bicycle, playing catch with the kids, or having a picnic. It is a pleasant spot for a power walk. People are nice all the time. Not hilly, with good scenery at all. It is a perfect place to bring a big family party. There are numerous parks, duck ponds, a playground, and courts for sand volleyball. It is a nice walking or running exercise park. There is plenty of space to play and go for a stroll. There are places you can reserve ramadas as well. There are lots of tables and rooms, and open fields.

The playground area is tiny and near a pond, so you need to keep a close eye on them if you have children. It is good for athletics, picnics, meetings.

This is a wide park with a fishing lake for dessert. They did a terrific job of making it sound natural. The park looks calm. People who walk, play volleyball, care about their business.

User:Marine 69-71, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons

These amazing kid-friendly parks are just one of the many must-see sights you don’t want to miss in Gilbert, Arizona:

  • Gilbert Regional Park
  • Freestone Park
  • Crossroads Veteran's Park
  • Water Tower Plaza
  • John Allen Park
  • Nichols Park
  • Zanjero Park
  • Riparian Preserve at Water Ranch

All of these wonderful parks are located just a short distance from our offices located at 1447 West Elliot Road #103 in Gilbert! Stop by for a visit anytime!

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