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It's a lovely day for walk up to Concourse Park in Portola Hills.

Community parks are so important to neighborhoods and here in Portola Hills, there are two major parks that offer residence an ideal spot to get outside and enjoy the nature around them.  The new Portola Park and Concourse Park This morning, I took a walk up at Concourse Park and was feeling very blessed to have such a nice amenity in my backyard.  The Park of nearly 8 acres, offers a variety of amenities as well, but one of the most impressive details is it is set up right against Whiting Wilderness Ranch which provides a beautiful scenic views. Amenities of Concourse Park include: 2 Covered Picnic Areas 2 Barbeques Large Grassy Area Play Area for Kids Walking Path 4 Exercise Stations 2 Water Fountains (for the pups too) Basketball court Public Bathrooms For a fee of $25, Lake Forest residents may reserve a park shelters for gatherings of fewer than 50 people without a special event application. To reserve a park shelter, click here. Location of Concourse Park in Portola Hills: Take

A Walk Through Concourse Park in Portola Hills

One aspect of the community of Portola Hills in Lake Forest that stands out the best is the location.    Portola Hills is located in the east end of South Orange County at the foothills of the Saddleback Mountains.   Which offers a beautiful environment for all residents. At the top of the community is a lovely community park, Concourse Park.  The park offers a wide range of amenities, that include: Two Picnic Areas, Kids Play Area, Basketball Court, Walking Path, Restrooms and plenty of Open Area.  But I think what residence like the most is that it sits at the entrance of Whiting Wilderness Park.   We took a walk recently and wanted to share with  you some photos of why we enjoy the park so much! Concourse Park Portola Hills Concourse Park Play Area A view from Walking path in Concourse Park View of Whiting Ranch from Concourse Park Concourse Park Exercise Equipment Concourse Park Walking Path We also shot a quick video on our walk to give y