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Livorna Park is located at the intersection of Livorna Road and Miranda Avenue in Alamo, CA. Bocce ball courts and a large gazebo are the two focal points of this destination park, which is home to family and community celebrations. The Alamo Summer Concert and Movie Night series presented by the Alamo Municipal Advisory Committee are also presented.


This 4.4 acre community park features a multi-purpose sports court, playground facilities, large playgrounds, a drinking fountain, toilets, two barbecue areas, ample grassy area and off-street parking.


During the summer months, a series of concerts usually take place during the weekend at the park in the early evenings. The concerts are organized by the Alamo Municipal Advisory Board. The park also usually hosts Easter Egg Hunting for Children every year on Easter Sunday. This is organized by the Alamo Rotary Club.


Livorna Park is a great park for children of different ages. There are many kinds of play structures, swings, slides, playhouses, etc. There are picnic areas for everyone and a short walk around the park. There's a lot of shade in the afternoon. The area seems to be very clean and well maintained.


The park is a great alternative to the Hap Magee. There's a large grassy area that's great for impromptu picnics with friends. There is also a smaller parking lot that is connected to the park. Usually you can find a spot, because this park is rarely crowded.


This park is supposed to be the standard of all parks. The park is lovely, well maintained, watered and has clean grounds. There's a lot of space and a very green grass. It's safe and eye-friendly. The person who designed it has an eye to it and, in an ingenious way, understands how people need places to rest and relax. Bathrooms, water fountains, play areas all interact that you're in one area and you know you're always close to other places.


Facilities include:

  • 4.4 acre community park

  • Large open air gazebo

  • Grassy open play area

  • Playground structures

  • Sand volleyball court

  • Multi‐use sport court

  • Picnic barbeque area

  • Drinking fountain and restroom facility

  • Off‐street parking


Directions from Martinez

Take CA-4 E toward Stockton/ Interstate 680 and then merge onto CA-4 E. Take Exit 12B to merge onto I-680 S toward San Jose. Take Exit 43 for Livorna Road and then turn left onto Livorna Road. Turn right onto Miranda Avenue.

Alamo, California is home to some amazing sites that any discerning visitor should definitely check out on their next visit: 


  • Castle Rock Regional Recreation Area

  • Round Hill Country Club

  • China Wall

  • Eugene O'Neill National Historic Site

  • Las Trampas Regional Wilderness Park

  • Alamo Hardware

  • Diablo Foothills Regional Park

  • Roll With A Goal


After visiting these lovely places make sure to stop by and say “Hello” to us at our downtown Danville location, DPG Pavers Danville Location on 4115 Blackhawk Plaza Circle!

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