De Anza Park is a spacious neighborhood park in Ontario, located at the corner of Phillips Street and South Euclid Avenue. The park was named after Juan Bautista De Anza who was the first to open a route across the mountains and desert from Sonora, Mexico to the San Gabriel Mission, the nucleus of the city of Los Angeles.
The park has a community center with reservable rooms, restrooms and a large parking lot. There are soccer, football and softball fields, basketball, volleyball, futsal and pickleball courts. The park also features a dog-friendly multi-use path and picnic areas. The children’s play area is ideal for kids 2 to 12 years old, and the tot lot is perfect for toddlers.