The foundation of life at Alamar is its small neighborhood parks designed to create strong community connections. With more than 20 individual and distinct parks planned, the community is a place of spirited outdoor living, with playgrounds and green spaces surrounded by the serene beauty of the mountains and desert.
Each park offers amenities as unique as the residents who call Alamar home: Young families enjoy the activity of lively playground equipment, picnic tables, and shaded ramadas, while clans with older children can enjoy more dynamic outdoor installations.
With the Alamar Public Art Program, dozens of custom commissioned works by award-winning artists will be placed among the neighborhood parks to enliven the senses at every turn. Sculptures, integrated art and other installations for all ages inspired by Alamar’s agrarian heritage and mountain-view setting turn a walk in the park into an enriching experience—one where residents are connected to the creative spirit of their community.
Moonbeam Patch includes play activities for all ages. It is a perfect for neighbors to play, relax and socialize. The park is equipped with:
“Luna” by sculptor Neil Borowicz
Stargaze Grove includes a spacious play area that provides the backdrop for daily discoveries and lifelong friendships. The park is equipped with:
“Orion (The Hunter)” by artist Roy Wasson Valle
Twilight Terrace will be particularly attractive to young families as a place where everyone is free and safe to explore. The park is equipped with:
“Celestial” by artist Melissa Martinez
Starlight Pass has ample room for family play time with a rolling lawn, play equipment and seating. The park is equipped with:
“Sinas” by artist Fausto Fernandez