Tustin Legacy Park will be one of the most prominent features of Tustin Legacy at completion. The park is envisioned as a linear park connecting the Metrolink Station located at the intersection of Edinger Avenue and Jamboree Road to the Flight office development near the intersection of Red Hill Avenue and Barranca Parkway. Different phases of the park will contain different elements/amenities and vary in width and function. Pedestrian bridges over major arterials will allow pedestrians and bicycles to seamlessly traverse Tustin Legacy Park.
Phase 1 (Red Hill to Armstrong)
Phase 1 of Tustin Legacy Park which opened in 2016 is approximately 26 acres and runs from the corner of Red Hill Avenue and Barranca Parkway to Armstrong Avenue. This phase is immediately adjacent to the Flight office development and offers an almost seamless connection to the Mess Hall which contains food and drink options. The Bark Barracks will be a dog park added to this phase of the park in late 2023/early 2024.
Phase 2 of Tustin Legacy Park will connect with Phase 1 via a pedestrian bridge over Armstrong Avenue. This 5 acre segment will run from Armstrong Avenue to Warner Avenue. and will contain four ecological zones featuring a playground, shaded plaza, great lawn, art walk and fitness pods. Phase 2 is scheduled to begin construction in Q2 2025.
Future phases of Tustin Legacy Park will traverse the remaining undeveloped portions of Tustin Legacy. As infrastructure is installed and development commences, these future phases of the park will be designed and constructed to reflect the design and character of the specific neighborhood.