Amenities

  • Picnic Area
  • Playgrounds
  • Shade Structure

Park Information

This family-friendly park offers neighborhood residents a lovely green respite with open space, shade, and two “space-themed” play areas for the kids. The park sits adjacent to Isabelle Jackson Elementary School and was originally named Countryside Park. It is a great location for a picnic or a quick walk, as there are paved pathways throughout the park.

Toby Johnson Park was named in tribute to former longtime Sacramento County Supervisor Toby Johnson. Johnson was a rancher, an educator, and served four terms on the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors, representing District 5. Before entering public office, Johnson spent almost three decades as a teacher, principal and superintendent in Sacramento County schools. His tireless advocacy was key in helping the District successfully expand its park acreage during the 1980s and 90s, by ensuring that financing for roads, sewers, fire stations, libraries, schools and parks would be in place for new communities.

Toby Johnson Park

Address: Boron Way and Cutler Way
Year Built: 1992
Size: 5.7 acres