Bethel Park, Templeton

 Bethel Park, TempletonHere’s a park I didn’t know existed until I had to drag the kids to a doctor’s appointment with me in Templeton.

But what a nice surprise! The whole perimeter wall is a giant fish sculpture that the kids liked to climb on.

Overall, it’s a cool spot with pine trees, a slide/swings/climber and also an adorable swinging patio bench seat which I’ve never seen in a park before.

This park is open daily from 8 a.m. until sunset.  It’s split in two sections, so make sure to walk the sidewalk around to the other side. Here’s some more info.

  • Restrooms
  • Sports field located on the lower section
  • Playground in the upper section
  • Basketball hoop in the upper section
  • Grass area in the upper section

Tom Jermin, Sr. Park (Formerly Bethel Park)
520 S. Bethel Rd.

About Tonya Strickland

Tonya Strickland is an award-winning journalist and former government reporter for the SLO Tribune. Since then, her writing has been published with SLOCAL, TravelPaso and Trivago. Some of her blog posts are also featured in Paso and Colony Magazines as a monthly print column. Make sure to check out Clara and Wyatt's many local adventures at @two.n.tow on Instagram.

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