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Biddle Regional Park

Biddle Regional Park is located approximately 5 miles east of Arroyo Grande and was initially developed into its present shape as a regional park in the mid-70s.  It is one of San Luis Obispo County’s regional parks, and is a popular venue for a variety of day-use recreational pursuits such as field sports, picnicking, and special events. Of the 47 acres that the park occupies, about 22 acres are developed.  The remaining area consists of the creek channel that supports a magnificent cottonwood-sycamore riparian forest and a dense riparian scrub understory.

The developed area of the park is adjacent to the south bank of the creek, and is a generally flat terrace that also includes a sycamore dominated riparian canopy. There are 5 group day use areas as well as volleyball courts, horseshoe pits, and a large grass area suitable for various field sports.

Biddle Gazebo Is Closed For Renovations

The Biddle Park Gazebo located at the Willowbluff Group Day Use Area has been removed due to renovations.  Planning and funding for a new gazebo are underway but replacement of the gazebo will take a year or two for completion.   The barbecue area is still available to rent and includes large pit, serving and picnic tables. For updated information about reserving this group area please contact us at 805.781.5930, option 4.


Biddle Regional Park
3500 Lopez Drive
Arroyo Grande, CA 93420


Group AreaCapacityFeeNotes
Bobcat 40Fee SchedulePrivate, fully shaded area. Great for small intimate gatherings.
Meadowview 150Fee ScheduleLarge group area with plenty of shade throughout the day.
Rockrose 48Fee SchedulePerfect for small groups. Located in an open shady area.
Willowbluff 250Fee ScheduleVery large group area.
Wren 64Fee ScheduleMedium size area close to ballfields. Plenty of shade throughout the day.
Ballfields (2)--Fee ScheduleCall to reserve.
Day Use Reservations/Special Use PermitsPark Reservations 805.781.5930 ext. 4
$10 reservation/transaction fee will be applied to each reservation or transaction made and consider the following when making your reservations:
• You can make reservations 6 months in advance
• Have backup dates in mind
• Most facilities are available from 8:00 a.m. to sunset
• Know the approximate number of people attending
• Amplified sound, alchohol and inflatable play structures require a special use permit & additional fee
• Groups exceeding site capacity may require a special use permit & additional fee
• Cleaning/damage deposit may be required
• Vehicle entrance fees may apply at some parks
SLO County Parks & Recreation