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Meadowbrook Park

Meadowbrook ParkLocation: 21750 Westwood Blvd, north of Red Apple Ave in the east Golden Hills area (View map)

Meadowbrook Park is an eight acre community park located in Golden Hills with open grass fields and easy parking. It provides excellent running space for fitness, soccer, kite flying, and is host to TVRPD’s Music in the Park and Movies in the Park events! Additional amenities includes a large picnic pavilion with party rental options and restrooms. The Meadowbrook Dog Park serves the furry friends of our community! Open sunrise to sunset.

A New and Improved Meadowbrook Park is Coming!

Architectural rendering of the 2016 Meadowbrook Park upgradesTVRPD is proud to present the Phase 1 Meadowbrook Park Improvement Project in 2016. Follow us on Facebook as we break ground on this exciting upgrade for our community. Phase 1 includes:

  • Dog park
  • 2 playgrounds
  • Exercise equipment

Bike Pump Track

Meadowbrook Park is also home to the new Tehachapi Pump Track. A pump track is a continuous loop that can be ridden on a bike without pedaling. Tracks consist of a series of rolling bumps (rollers) and banked corners (berms) that allow the rider to gain momentum.

The pump track was developed through a collaborative partnership between the Tehachapi Valley Recreation & Park District, Tehachapi Mountain Trails Association, City of Tehachapi and Golden Hills Community Services District.

We invite you to come and try it out!

Group Pavilion

Group Pavilion
$100.00 rental fee + $100.00 security deposit

Pavilion reservations and payment of fees must be made at least one week in advance at the Tehachapi Valley Recreation and Parks District Office, 490 West D Street, (661) 822-3228 (directions).

Pavilion at Meadowbrook Park. Group Reservations available. Pavilion at Meadowbrook Park. Group Reservations available. Pavilion at Meadowbrook Park. Group Reservations available.

No vehicles allowed on grass area. Failure to comply will result in forfeiture of cleaning deposit.

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