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Welcome to Corica Park: Ranked among the nation's best municipal courses. Eco-driven, socially inclusive destination.

Corica Park is located in the City of Alameda and within five minutes of Oakland Airport. In addition to the extensive driving range and practice facility, our three golf courses are suitable for players of all skill levels. Fast greens and swirling winds challenge seasoned golfers, while wide fairways and rolling hills welcome those newer to the game.

The 18-hole South Course and the 9-hole Mif Albright Par-3 Course are design and sustainability award winners. The highly anticipated front nine holes of the North Course are also open for play with the back nine restoration underway. Upon completion, the 45-hole complex will be among the largest golf facilities in California.

Ecological stewardship and social inclusivity are central to our ethos. Preserving and regenerating the land and creating a community destination for all to enjoy--for golf and beyond--guide our vision.


We're joining the National Park and Recreation Association's campaign to Rise Up for Community by launching a monthly community spotlight. We love seeing our growing, diverse community around the course: from beloved, long-time members of the Corica Park family to new friends just discovering the space.
For our inaugural spotlight, we profile Bob Blanchard, long-time Alameda resident, avid golfer and junior golf tournament starter extraordinaire! He has been coming to the course since 1948, joining five generations of the Blanchard family with deep roots at Corica Park.
My Grandfather, my Father, myself, our daughters and our 22 year old grandson have played golf at Alameda/Corica Park Golf Course - making 5 generations of the Blanchard family patrons in the Alameda Golf scene. My fondest memories are taking free golf lessons from The first Golf Pro Earl Fry on Saturday mornings, working at the golf course, cleaning golf clubs, golf shoes, sweeping floors, washing windows, caddying and playing the original golf course. My Mother would pack a lunch and I would head out to the golf course, crossing over the first wooden bridge to Bay Farm Island. I would spend the whole day at the course walking home with my clubs around dinner time. I was fortunate to grow up at the course with so many Great Generation players and their children that served America in World War II.  The wonderful experience was a safe haven for a young boy to learn respect, politeness, proper behavior and a game that has lasted a lifetime. There are many more memories I have but suffice to say I was very lucky growing up in Alameda and working and playing golf at a wonderful golf course and a beautiful City.  --Bob Blanchard


On The Green Golf and Play Summer Camp is back for its second year: June 20-July 1 and July 11-July 22 (Monday-Friday). The program is offered at no-cost, including food and transportation, to local youth from underserved communities.  Learn more about the program here. Learn about how you can donate here.

Please note, the camps are full, but you can contact Program Director Tamara Sabella with any questions.  

Our On The Green initiative seeks to integrate Corica Park into the wider community. Learn more here and stay tuned for upcoming events and programs.

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