This 5,800-acre park has natural and developed areas and more than 40 miles of trails and camping at Kumeyaay Lake.…More Other points of interest include a Visitors and Interpretive Center and amphitheater. It is also the site of the Old Mission Dam, which was built to supply water for Mission San Diego de Alcala.
Many guided hikes, classes and other events are held at the park, you can find their events calendar here: www.mtrp.org/events.asp
Mast Park 9125 Carlton Hills Blvd, Santee, CA92071
This is a huge beautiful green park along the banks of the San Diego River with many shade trees, a large playground…More with slides and swings, and paved/unpaved bike, hiking, and horse trails that extend deep into the canyon.
It's a great park for a nice walk, a picnic, or to bring the kids to the playground.
There is a good sized picnic pavilion which can be reserved for parties. To the side of the picnic area is a stylish basketball court.
The front of the park has plenty of free parking, handicap and RV parking as well.
Dogs must be leashed, unless in the large dog off-leash zone, which is open dawn until 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. until dusk (map).
Beer and wine consumption is permitted on the weekend, but Monday through Friday only with a City-issued permit. Liquor is not permitted in any Santee park.
No smoking allowed within the boundaries of the playgrounds or tot lots, and within 20 feet of main entrances and exits.