Smiley Park


A 9.2 acre park at the Redlands Civic Center. This park is home to A. K. Smiley Public Library, a facility listed on the National Register of Historic Places; the Lincoln Shrine, containing the largest collection of Abraham Lincoln memorabilia west of the Mississippi River; and the Redlands Bowl, an outdoor amphitheater with seating for approximately 4,000 persons where summer concerts are performed each Tuesday and Friday evening during July and August. The park is located at Eureka Street south of Vine Street.

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  1. Beautiful and Eventful Historical Park

    Smiley Park makes for a great day of fun in Redlands. Not only is it full of beautiful landscaping of mature green trees, it is always clean and immaculate. It’s one of the very few parks that offers much activity and history in one place. Walking through, you will find the A.K. Smiley Public Library which is registered with the National Historic Society, as well as the Lincoln Shrine which houses one of the largest collections of Abraham Lincoln memorabilia. It is also home to the Redland’s Bowl which is an outdoor amphitheater that features exceptional music concerts and performances throughout the summer months. This is a great place to explore for the day, or just to visit one of the venues located there. I highly recommend taking some time to stop by and enjoy.

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South Eureka Street 126
Redlands 92373 CA US
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