Anthony Muñoz Hall of Fame Park

Anthony Muñoz Hall of Fame Park
Anthony Muñoz Hall of Fame Park
Anthony Muñoz Hall of Fame Park
Anthony Muñoz Hall of Fame Park
Anthony Muñoz Hall of Fame Park
Anthony Muñoz Hall of Fame Park
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Location

1240 W. 4th Street
Ontario, CA 91762
United States

Available Amenities:

  • Children's Play Area for 2 to 12 years old
  • Play Structure Handicap Accessible
  • 4 Benches in Tot Lot Area
  • Volleyball Sand Court (lighted)
  • 2 Full Basketball Courts (lighted)
  • Multi-use Court (lighted)
  • 2 Shaded Picnic Tables - Reservable
  • 10 Picnic Tables (6 Unsheltered/4 Sheltered
  • 3 Soccer Fields (lighted) - Reservable
  • Softball Field (lighted) Reservable (East & West)
  • 12 King Light Standards
  • 153 Parking Spaces
  • 12 Benches in Park Area
  • 2 Drinking Fountains

About Anthony Munoz Park:

Located between Fourth and Fifth Street, one block west of Mountain Avenue. Anthony Muñoz Hall of Fame Park was purchased in 1957 for park purposes. Harve Edwards, a poultry rancher, was presented 74 Silver Dollars as the winner of the park naming campaign. The park was named for the original name of the area, Colony Lands "Colony Park". It was renamed on June 26, 1998 in honor of Anthony Muñoz, who grew up in Ontario and graduated from Chaffey High School. Mr. Muñoz graduated from the University of Southern California and played professional football for the Cincinnati Bengals and was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.