The mission of the Tulare County Parks & Recreation is to improve the quality of life for county residents and visitors by providing recreational and public learning opportunities, and to preserve natural resources in county parks.
Tulare County Parks & Recreation manages and maintains over 460 acres of park lands, which include picnic and camping areas, two disc golf courses, a number of lakes and ponds, and the Tulare County Museum.
You can support the parks! Adopt-An-Arbor is an innovative way for businesses, community groups, and individuals to provide financial support for the refurbishment and maintenance of Tulare County parks.The program is simple: You choose an arbor to adopt (sponsor) and provide donations in the form of labor and/or materials for repair at that arbor. There are 56 arbors to choose from. We ask that you maintain the arbor that you adopt for a period of one year, and we give you the first choice to adopt the arbor for the following year.
Each year, the parks are visited by more than 150,000 people, and county budgets are not large enough to resolve the growing needs of the parks. Sincere community commitment, involvement, and ownership of this program have made it successful in assisting with the maintenance of the parks. Your donations go directly to the park in your community.