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FEATURES

  • ART GALLERY
  • MURAL SOCIETY "JEWELS OF THE VALLEY" MURAL
  • GAZEBO
  • BENCHES

Centennial Park is a mini-park (0.3 acres) located in southern Lompoc in the old town area off of South "H" Street and Cypress Avenue. Small and quaint, the park has an open grassy area and several park benches. Centennial Park also features the beautiful "Jewels of the Valley" mural, a small country gazebo, a flowery garden, and an art gallery.

The park currently serves as the backdrop to many traditional old town activities and celebrations such as the weekly Farmer's Market, 4th of July Holiday, and Christmas related celebrations.

The park was donated to the City in 1945 by the Johns-Manville Corporation. The park was unnamed until 1974, when it was named in honor of the observance of the City of Lompoc's Centennial celebration.

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