Brubaker Park is 60 acres and is located at the south east corner of Mustang Way and Cawston Avenue. It contains five acres of turf, a basket ball court, playground, gazebo, picnic tables, a portable restroom, and a softball field that can be used by the public with City permission.
On Jan 2, 2002, the City of San Jacinto announced the placement of the Estudillo Mansion and the Francisco Heritage Park on the National Register of Historic Places and on the California Register of Historic Resources. This is only the third Riverside County site to receive this honor. The home was built in 1884 by Francisco Estudillo, Jr.
Gibbel Park is 12 acres and is located at the north west corner of Florida Ave. and Kirby Street. It contains a large children's play area, baseball field, a half basketball court, gazeboes, restrooms, lighted tennis courts, lawn bowling green, horseshoe pits, picnic areas, barbecues, and large turf areas for passive uses.
The Hemet Maze Stone is a prehistoric petroglyph. It is just outside Hemet in Reinhardt Canyon, within the Lakeview Mountains, in Riverside County, California. On April 16, 1956, it was donated, along with 5.75 acres (23,300 m 2) of land, to Riverside County, by Mr. and Mrs. Rodger E. Miller.
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Mary Henley Park is 16 acres and is located at the north west corner of Kirby Street and Johnston Ave. It contains 2 playgrounds, a half basketball court, picnic tables, gazeboes, restrooms and a large turf area. There is also a marked walking path on the sidewalk around the perimeter of the park.
The major city closest to the halfway point between Hemet, CA and Rancho Park, CA is Riverside, CA, situated 35.12 miles from Hemet, CA and 64.82 miles from Rancho Park, CA. It would take 44 minutes to go from Hemet to and 1 hour 9 mins to go from Rancho Park to Riverside.
San Jacinto is a city in Riverside County, California, U.S.A. It was named after Saint Hyacinth and is located at the north end of the San Jacinto Valley, with Hemet to its south. The mountains associated with the valley are the San Jacinto Mountains. The population was 44,199 at the 2010 census.
Reminder: Make sure that all cars are removed from the park before closing time. The gates will close automatically. No visitors are allowed in the park after closing time. Simpson Park is 483.48 acres and is located in the Santa Rosa Hills southeast of the City and is a wilderness park.