Swing in a hammock. Read by the restored creek. Train for a 5k or take a leisurely stroll with the family. 

At 3Roots, the park system is the frame work for the community. The four districts of 3Roots  are linked together by more than 40 acres of parks, and 8 miles of trails and paseos creating a network of active and passive recreational spaces throughout the community for all ages, activity levels and outdoor appetites.


Connection to the outdoors that promotes well-being at an individual, family and community level is fundamental to 3Roots. This is why our Mira Mesa Community Plan Amendment proposes a change to double the amount of acreage dedicated to parks, increasing park space from 20 acres to 40 acres.

After listening to community feedback and evaluating our land plan, 3Roots is proud to dedicate 25-acres of developable land area to host, Mira Mesa's highly demanded and long awaited, third community park.

The ultimate design for Seed Park incorporates community input generated from a series of public workshops. Click here to read summaries of each workshop. 

Both new neighbors and longtime locals to can enjoy this public, community-serving element. The space is envisioned to include active recreation options like lit soccer, baseball and softball fields and passive areas like walking trails and picnic areas.


Click here to access some of our more frequently asked questions about parks. 


3Roots is the new community planned for the former Hanson quarry. 3Roots is planned to include nearly 40 acres of parks, 8 miles of trails, a range of 1,800 new homes close to regional job centers, new restaurants, shops and gathering spaces - all amidst hundreds acres of preserved open space.