River Park consists of 45 developed acres and is a linear park which lies adjacent to the Santa Ynez River on the eastern border of Lompoc. The only entrance into this regional park is located just east of Robinson Bridge on Highway 246 and Sweeney Road.
This picturesque park lies against the backdrop of the Santa Ynez River on the west and active agricultural fields to the west. The main park features five group barbecue areas (all of which may be reserved.) Four of these five popular picnic areas are sheltered. Click here for information about renting this facility.
The park includes a number of amenities including individual picnic areas, horseshoe pits, sand volleyball courts, a popular walking/jogging trail, and large areas of grassy open space areas.
The park has an RV campground which boasts 35 campsites with full hook-ups. Park security includes several park hosts as well as a resident City Park Ranger.
River Park also has Kiwanis Lake --- a small man made fishing pond which attracts an abundance of wildlife. The park has restroom facilities.
The park was purchased from a number of private property owners in 1975 utilizing federal Housing and Urban Development funds.
Lompoc Parks & Recreation Department - 125 West Walnut Avenue - Lompoc, California 93436 - (805) 875-8100