Near Evergreen Drive and Brandon Drive in Goleta, amenities at Evergreen Acres Park include a baseball / softball field, disc golf, horseshoe pits, pickleball court, picnic tables, a tennis court, and a playground. The courts at Evergreen Park are designed for both tennis and pickleball players. The west court is designated as priority for tennis players, and the east court (with added yellow lines) serves as priority for pickleball players. To keep the pickleball court nets in good condition, they are secured in a locked box at the courts. Pickleball players desiring access to the portable nets will need to participate in a training and complete a volunteer application before receiving the lock combination.

  • Features: Alcohol Allowed, Horseshoe Pits, Parking On Street, Passive Open Spaces, Picnic Site, Playground, Sports Fields, Tennis Courts,
  • Dog Policy: Dogs Allowed On Leash

The Evergreen Disc Golf Course is an 18 hole course established in 1995 that includes double chain Innova Disc Catcher baskets. Every hole is a par 3 (total par of 54) and is about 4,500 feet long from the standard tees. The course was built and is maintained completely by volunteers. Similar to golf, the object of disc golf is to complete each hole in as few throws–or strokes–as possible. Instead of using golf clubs and a golf ball, disc golfers use a flying golf disc to traverse the hole. Each hole starts with a teeing area and is completed once the disc lands in the "hole", which is a disc-catching target. While disc golf can be played with just one golf disc, the discs are designed to fly with different characteristics. Different discs can be used to hook and curve around obstacles, roll on the ground, or fly over trees.

A new playground was installed at Evergreen Acres Park in 2012.