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Parks Division
Parks Division


1421 Queens Road
near Fairlawn Drive (west of Grizzly Peak Blvd)
Northeast Berkeley, Mobile unit 1
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Terrace View Park, located high in the hills and comprised of three levels, offers a variety of recreational opportunities, space for picnicking, and tot and school-age play areas.

Terrace View sign 
Terrace View ADA ramp 02 Terrace View tot lot Terrace View playground Terrace View bball courts 01 


The City of Berkeley acquired seven parcels of land for the park in 1950–1951 in the area known as View Terrace. The park was dedicated on October 30, 1951. In 1956, the City purchased an additional parcel of land to expand the playground. The Friends of Terrace View Park used a City mini-grant to add a play structure in 1995.


  • Multi-purpose turf
  • Basketball court
  • Tot play area on the upper level featuring tot swings, jungle gym, sand, horizontal bar, tunnels
  • School-age play area on the middle level featuring swings, concrete slide, rings/horizontal bars
  • Picnic area with BBQ  

Restroom: No 

Parking: On-street parking

Acreage: .71 acre | 30,900 sq. ft.

Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible

Park Hours: 6 AM to 10 PM (unless otherwise indicated)

Park Maintenance: For questions please visit Parks Maintenance.


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