Don Castro Regional Park is 101 acres with a fishing lake, swim lagoon and paved and unpaved trails for pedestrians and bicycles. The lake is stocked regularly with trout and catfish and there are also bass and bluegill for people who want to fish along the shore.
Jordan Pond has natural populations of largemouth bass, bluegill and sunfish. The Park District puts channel catfish in the pond once or twice a year. There are restrooms near the Garin Barn and drinking fountains in the picnic area.