Ben Lomond Park
9525 Mill Street, Ben Lomond
This 1 acre neighborhood park located in Ben Lomond is a historical site. The Ben Lomond Library and Wilder Hall buildings were constructed in 1913 to be used as the town library and community center. The buildings were crafted in the pioneer cottage architectural style and are both still used to this day.
The Ben Lomond Library is ran by volunteers six days a week, Mon-Fri 1:30pm-5pm and Sat 12:30pm-4:30pm. Wilder Hall hosts the Kreative Kids program and theater classes for children. There is a permanent dance slab at the park used by the Lucky Steppers throughout the year.
Public restrooms are available year round. Portable bbq's and cookstoves (i.e. propane stoves, comal pozo/disco) are not permitted. Alcohol, music and jump houses are not permitted.
8:00am till sunset
Street parking only.
A basketball court and playground are available.
Take Hwy 17 and exit at the Scotts Valley/Mt. Hermon Rd exit. Continue on Mt Hermon Rd thru Scotts Valley, 3.8 miles until you reach a T intersection at Graham Hill Rd, turn right onto Graham Hill Rd and stay in the right hand lane. Turn right onto Hwy 9, the next right. Proceed into Ben Lomond. At Mill Street, turn left. It is the 1st turn lane when entering Ben Lomond. The park is on the left after about 100 yards.