Temecula announces Grand Opening of highly anticipated Sports Ranch at Sommers Bend
TEMECULA, Calif., — Featuring a celebration that will include guest speakers, music, refreshments, and activities for the whole family, Temecula’s Community Services Department was excited to recently announce the Grand Opening date for the City’s new 22-acre sports park, The Sports Ranch at Sommers Bend.
All from throughout the community are invited to attend the Saturday, Feb. 12th Grand Opening and official Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony for the eagerly awaited and highly anticipated park, located at 32101 North Sommers Bend Road.
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During the event, which begins at 10 a.m., Temecula’s City Council Members will speak about this eagerly awaited project and cut the ceremonial ribbon signifying the official opening of the new sports park.
Located at the North-East end of Temecula, The Sports Ranch at Sommers Bend features two baseball fields, two soccer fields, two basketball courts, and a new playground with swings.
The new outdoor facility also boasts multiple pavilion shelters with picnic tables, benches, BBQs, and plenty of open space where families can bring their lawn chairs, umbrellas, and blankets to better enjoy a fun first day at the park.
“I am a huge proponent of encouraging people to get outside and remain active,” City Council Member and Temecula Community Services District President James ‘Stew’ Stewart recently said of the City’s newest park; adding, “This beautiful and impressive park is the perfect place for you and your loved ones to play, exercise, and enjoy living a quality life in Temecula.”
“We are extremely proud to be able to offer this highly-anticipated and long-awaited community amenity for all Temecula’s residents and many visitors,” says City of Temecula Mayor Matt Rahn.
“Please join us at this special ribbon-cutting ceremony to be one of the first to experience all Temecula’s state-of-the-art Sports Ranch has to offer,” Rahn continued.
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