2331 St. Marks Way, Sacramento, CA 95864
History of Orville Wright Park
Development of the northwest corner of the Orville Wright School property for a tot lot and small park area had been recommended in the original master plan. Although the allotted space was minimal in terms of neighborhood needs; however, no other vacant parcels were available in the immediate area for consideration of park development. In 1984, the district reached an agreement with the school district to purchase the 4.2 acres of open space at this site for $84,000 through the Naylor Act.
This neighborhood park is 4.2 acres. Orville Wright Park is open to the community from sunrise to sunset. When visiting the park, all dogs must be on a leash.
- Horseshoe Pits
- Sand Volleyball Court