Ramsay Park

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1301 Main Street, Watsonville, CA 95076

Park Hours

Sunrise to sunset


  • 25.91 Acre Community Park
  • Baseball/Softball Field
  • Basketball Courts
  • Bicycle Pump Track
  • Children's and Tot's Playground
  • Ramsay Park Family Center
  • Tennis Courts
  • Trails/Levee Access
  • Skate Park
  • Sotomayor Soccer Field
  • Volleyball Courts





Dog Regulations

Dogs must be on leash at all times

Ramsay Park Renaissance Project

Ramsay Park Master Plan for the latest news on design and construction.

Ramsay Park Family Center

Looking for a location to host your next family gathering, reunion or reception? The Ramsay Park Family Center is now available to rent. This facility can accommodate up to 200 people and has a kitchen.
  • How to reserve: Visit the Parks & Community Services Customer Service Center at 231 Union Street or give us a call at 831.768.3240.

Sports Programming at Ramsay Park

Contact the Parks & Community Services Customer Service Center for registration information: 831.768.3240
  • Recreational Youth Soccer at Sotomayor Soccer Field
    This league is for children between 5 and 13 and is a great way to meet new friends while getting daily exercise!
  • Competitive Youth Soccer at Sotomayor Soccer Field
    We now have 9 competitive teams participating in leagues.
  • Indoor Soccer Facility
    Soccer Central is operated in the park by a private business.
  • Adult Softball 
    These leagues include men, women and coed.
  • Summer Tennis Camp
    Ages 6 and up, taught by John Tarr.

NEW Ramsay Park Pump Track

This pumptrack, which is a 20,000-square-foot circuit of rollers, banked turns and features, is both the largest and the first paved pumptrack in the county. It brings new cycling opportunities to users of all ages and abilities, and fills a need for easily-accessible, skill-building outdoor recreation in the Watsonville area. This project was fully funded by Mountain Bikers of Santa Cruz (MBOSC), thanks to a generous donation from a private donor, and received support from key sponsors Bell Helmets, Shelton, Inc, Sierra Azul Nursery, and Delta Bluegrass Co. Interested parties can learn more about the project on the MBOSC website here. 

The Ramsay Park Pumptrack is currently open to cyclists from sunrise to 8 p.m., seven days a week. The north side of the track features larger technical rollers, berms and jumps, while the south side of the track hosts smaller features that are more accessible to youth users or pumptrack novices. This latest centerpiece of Ramsay Park complements the existing ball fields, skatepark, picnic area, and community center to appeal to a wide range of user groups of all ages. The Ramsay Park Pumptrack brings critical outdoor recreation infrastructure to South Santa Cruz County, and offers a COVID-safe opportunity for users of all ages to get outside, build their skills and exercise together.

Ramsay Park Pump Track

Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

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We are building a New Nature Center!

The dream of having a bigger and permanent center is getting closer. Thanks to funds from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), Watsonville will have an accessible space where community members feel welcomed and inspired to connect and engage in sustainability and environmental conservation. The new center will continue to serve our diverse community, bringing them closer together to embrace our local natural, cultural, and historical resources and contribute to their preservation. Through participation in climate action, pollution prevention, and emergency preparedness we hope to continue to create a more informed, connected, and resilient Watsonville.