Park facilities include restrooms with showers; picnic sites; and campsites with water and electricity (30 amps). There are multiple day-use group facilities: a group recreation hall (electricity, water, a stove, a refrigerator, air-conditioning/heating; indoor restrooms, picnic tables, and a barbecue pit); a group picnic pavilion, also known as El Ranchito, (partially enclosed has water, electricity, outdoor restrooms, a volleyball court, a playground, a barbecue pit, and outdoor picnic tables; a portion of the facility is enclosed and has picnic tables near a fireplace; another section is screened for food preparation); Rock Barn, also known as La Hacienda, is an enclosed building: with an outdoor slab, picnic tables, a barbecue pit, and a restroom facility nearby which is accessible to the disabled (no air-conditioning); and a group picnic pavilion, known as Bird Aviary, (capacity 35) has 6 tables under a metal roof, electricity, water and a large BBQ pit with a playground and restrooms nearby. There are 2 other playgrounds; basketball, volleyball and tennis courts; a baseball field; an amphitheater (capacity 500-stone benches, no stage, no electricity); a boat ramp; 2 miles of mountain bike trails; and a trailer dump station.
There are 4 different trails in the park. None of which are very long or difficult. Lots of things to poke and prick you though. No flip-flops or Crocks. Biting and stinging things can be abundant. Traffic noise is always there. Having said that, the trails are pleasant and there's lots of wildlife. I usually hike them several times a year whenever I'm in town.