The Carmel Valley Recreation & Park District offers about 5.6 acres of landscape lawn area for residents of and visitors to Carmel Valley Village to enjoy. The park has meandering, asphalt paved sidewalks. One section links a pathway system paralleling Carmel Valley Road allowing people direct and easy access to the Village center. The main loop around the park is 1/4 - mile in length and provides a measured walking distance for those wanting to do a mile walk.
The Park provides seven separate areas that can be rented and or reserved for a reasonable cost to provide group gathering areas for families, friends, companies, and organizations to hold picnics, weddings, car shows, music events, horseshoe and volleyball tournaments, and/or memorial gatherings. See the Reservations section of the website for details about each of the areas.
There is an Activities House that provides indoor meeting space for small groups up to 25-people to meet. There is an adjacent small kitchen that offers groups the opportunity to serve coffee, tea and snacks. There are a number of small organizations, self-help groups and the local girl scout troop that regularly meet here. The Activity House also provides office space for the Sheriff's local substation, a community group and the Park office is located in this building.
Near the Activity House, there are three horseshoe pits and a sand volleyball court. Across the lawn from these is a ground-level stage that is available for a variety of uses.
The Park also has two public restroom buildings with separate Men's and Women's rooms. One is located on the west side of the park near the Activity House and the other is on the far rest east side of the Park adjacent to the CV Historical Society Museum which leases the property from the District.
On the east side of the park there is a 24-space paved parking lot. Next to this is a larger 80-space gravel lot. The park has an additional ten parking spaces on the west side adjacent to a 50-space parking lot belonging to the Carmel Valley Community Youth Center.