Built by over 1,300 volunteers in 2001 and sustained over the years by volunteer maintenance and generous donations, Frog Park is a testament to the power of a community-driven vision.

About Frog Park and FROG

What was once a vacant lot overgrown with weeds is now one of Oakland’s most popular parks. It’s a local treasure that started with the simple notion that our neighborhood needed a safe place for kids to play. Now it’s ours to maintain and enhance.

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  • Join Our Fundraiser to Add Swings + More

    FROG has embarked on an ambitious effort to raise $50,000 from the community in 2014 to add new play features to the park. Please consider a donation today, and spread the word to your neighbors. Every dollar counts.

  • About Frog Park

    The greenbelt balances quiet areas featuring benches, redwood groves and butterfly gardens, with active play areas including children’s play structures, swings, a creek and a climbing wall.

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  • Frog Park Thanks You: Successful Earth Day Cleanup


    A huge thank you to the approximately 100 people who came out to clean up Little and Big Frog Parks and the Temescal Creek for Earth Day. We were proud to host the cleanup along with the DMV Neighbors Association. It was a wonderful turnout: families with young children, Cub Scout Pack 274 (pictured at […]

  • Earth Day 2016: Volunteers needed to take care of Frog Park Sat April 23

    Mayor Libby Schaaf and volunteers at the 2015 Earth Day cleanup at Frog Park (photo courtesy of Ken Rice Photography)

    Spring is here and summer is on the way You know your children will want to play “Let’s go to Frog Park” is what they’ll say That’s why we need your help on Earth Day! Community members and children of all ages are invited to help us keep our local Frog Park and the Rockridge […]

  • Draft Frog Park Improvement Plans (Oct 2015)

    Since mid-2014, we have been working to amend our plans to address and integrate City tree and ADA departments’ requirements with the Frog Park neighbors’ concerns related to proposed improvements to the Park.  We hope to finalize plans in summer 2016  as we engage the community, City and planners. In the meantime, please find the […]