Nealon Park

All five tennis courts at Nealon Park have been resurfaced and painted blue and green, thanks to feedback from the tennis community. The new court colors will enhance visibility of the ball for players. The repair work is a temporary fix until full reconstruction of the tennis courts begins this spring.

This resurfacing project is part of a face-lift that the all the courts in Menlo Park city courts will receive over the next five years.

The City offers the option to purchase a tennis court key for annual or single-day use. Reservations can also be made for a specific time of day.

More information on the City’s tennis court facilities is available online.

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Nealon playground renovation meeting set for Oct.10

At this informative meeting, the community will learn about the new nature-themed playground coming to Nealon Park. Resident can share their thoughts, get questions answered and get a preview about this unique play space. This is a family-friendly event with activities for kids. It starts at 6:00 pm and ends at 7:30 pm Refreshments will be provided.

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Local Soccer Shots hosting Fun Fest at Nealon Park on June 2

Emailed James Evans who heads the local chapter of Soccer Shots: “We have a special two-hour free event for local families with young children, celebrating Soccer Shots. It’s our 10th anniversary of serving 25,000 children in the Bay Area since 2008. “The Fun Fest [will be on] Sat, June 2 from 10:00 am to noon at Nealon […]

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Jack Lyle Memorial Park back in the spotlight as place for irrigation well

The ping ponging issue of where the City of Menlo Park in partnership with the Sharon Heights Golf Course should build an irrigation well has landed back at Jack Lyle Memorial Park over zoning concerns. Nealon Park was the first site considered for the well. After an initial outreach meeting, the City agreed to look […]

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Nealon Park — and dog park — reopens today (8/30)

After a six-week closure for annual field maintenance, Nealon Park will reopen this morning. And the city’s dog owners, many of whom are part of the Dog Owner’s Group of Menlo Park (DOGMA), are especially looking forward to getting back to the park. The off-leash dog park will resume its standard rules and hours of operation: […]

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More than off-leash fun at Nealon’s dog park

On a recent visit to Nealon Park’s softball field, it was hard to say who was having a better time: the frolicking dogs or their chatting owners. During the weekday morning hours of 8:00 am and 10:00 am, Nealon is a hub of activity and camaraderie, often hosting upwards of 75 dogs (and their humans). […]

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