Hap Magee has a fairly storied tradition. At the park entrance, a barn façade commemorates the park’s previous existence as a longhorn steer ranch. The site was a summer camp for San Francisco orphans, referred to as Camp Swain until the cattle called it home. Look for a drinking fountain with a plaque and a brick representation of children playing, commemorating Camp Swain.

The water element of Hap Magee is a mixture of metal tubes forming a tunnel with water spraying inside as children run through, and water spraying from the ground. On a random circuit, a motion sensor activates the water element. (For more information, see FAQs for water features in the right-hand column.) This 17-acre park also has walking trails, separate play areas for younger and older children, picnic areas, and a dog park.


Depending on the customer and the intent of the rental, fees are applied. It is possible to use town installations

By locals, non-residents, corporate associations, and non-profit organizations. Furthermore,

In city buildings and parks, private organizations do not host public events and all rental events are

Subject to clearance.

  • “Non-Profit” organizations include colleges, non-profit, non-restrictive, clubs, civic, and non-profit organizations.

Organizations of faith or service with 501(c) status. A copy of the letter you got granting your

Non-profit organizational status from the IRS or the Office of the Secretary of State is required.

Private groups provide private rentals for events such as wedding receptions, birthday receptions, and

Parties, incidents in culture, etc.

Commercial “categories are those affiliated with a company or business venture that are associated with a company or business venture”

For activities such as product demonstrations, company or recruitment, use the facility

Meetings, meetings for employees or training, etc. May not include goods and services sales

To the consumers directly.

State “refers to operations that are funded by government bodies, such as a government department.”

The army, county or state agency branch, fire department, etc.

PROCEDURE OF BOOKING · Check the availability of the facility and request a reservation online (www.danvillerecguide.com)

  • Reservations will be approved at least 2 weeks in advance of the date of the event, and

A limit of one year beforehand.

  • In order to obtain a date, it is important to make a deposit and accept the permit.

The Workers of the Area. Deposit and all rental fees when booking less than 90 days prior to the event,

They are due at the time of the reservation.

You can make your initial payment online or over the phone with a VISA, MasterCard or

About American Express. Alternatively, you can pay by check payable to Danville City.

Send or make checks to the Danville Community Center, 420 Front Lane, Danville, CA


If payments are not paid when required, approval may be canceled if the applicant has not contacted the applicant.

Town of Danville, Management of Facilities.

  • Reservations for the facility are not verified until you obtain a rental agreement/permit.
  • Adults aged 21 years and over must make all reservations.
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Danville, California has some amazing parks that will blow your mind! Make sure to plan on visiting all or only one of them:

  • Sycamore Valley Park 
  • Oak Hill Park
  • Osage Station Park
  • Danville South Park
  • Diablo Vista Park
  • Bret Harte Park 
  • Hap Magee Ranch Dog Park
  • Greenbrook School Park

All of these wonderful parks are located just a short distance from our location located at 3600 Camino Tassajara! Stop by for a visit anytime!

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