The park is named after Jose Vincente DeLaveaga, a businessman who lived during the mid to late 1800's. The area where DeLaveaga park now stands was the land was the site of his former vacation home. The land used to house many horse stables, exotic plants and a small zoo. His estate was willed to different non-profit organizations upon DeLaveaga's death, and after a brief legal fiasco, the parcel of land where the park currently stands was legally bequeathed to the city of Santa Cruz. - https://localwiki.org/santacruz/Delaveaga_Park
HOURS OF OPERATION:
Park Hours - 7 a.m. to sunset
Ballfields open to 11 p.m during games
Archery Range - Noon to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday
Picnic Areas - reservable and non-reservable
Ballfields - reservable and non-reservable
DeLaveaga Golf Course
Bocce Ball Courts
Disc Golf Course Disc Golf Annual Parking Pass Application - download the form here to apply for an annual $40 pass for the Disc Golf Course parking lot.
Trails are open to hikers and bicyclists. Please stay on designated trails.
Dogs must be on a leash at all times. Dogs prohibited on athletic fields. Please call 831-420-6156 for more information.