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Travelers & locals can enjoy playgrounds, picnic tables, a family-friendly hiking trail, and ball fields at Gansner Park, located north of town off Hwy. 70 behind the airport. Or, they'll find a playground, a swimming pool, skateboard park and group barbecue pavilion at Pioneer Park, on Fairgrounds Road off Hwy. 70 east of downtown. Dame Shirley Plaza, near the Courthouse, offers picnic tables and a grassy play area within view of Quincy's historic downtown.
The Graeagle Mill Pond off Hwy. 89 has picnic tables, along with paddleboat rentals and swimming, while the Graeagle Picnic Grounds, located in the housing area across from the gas station, has ball fields and a bandstand.
Portola's City Park is located a half mile south of Hwy. 70, across the Gulling Street Bridge. It features a swimming pool, playground, bandstand, skate park, and tennis, basketball, and volleyball courts.