Sea of Possibilities
Discover Sea Haven's parks, trails, and natural open spaces.

Connect With Nature at Ten Community Parks and
Monterey Hiking Trails

A unique opportunity to live among nature’s best.

Sea Haven parks embody Monterey Bay’s world-class beauty in the most natural of ways. A unique opportunity to make your home among a collection of parks, natural preserves, and trails connecting you to Ford National Monument trails and beyond.

  1. Local Trails
  2. Internal Sea Haven Trails
  3. Trail Hubs
  1. Sea Haven Park
  2. Upwell Park
  3. Oak Overlook
  4. Oak Grove
  5. Elfin Park
  1. The Arroyo
  2. Ebb Tide Park
  3. Tidal Park
  4. Crescent Park
  5. Otter’s Play Park
  1. Sea Haven Park
  2. Upwell Park
  3. Oak Overlook
  4. Oak Grove
  5. Elfin Park
  6. The Arroyo
  7. Ebb Tide Park
  8. Tidal Park
  9. Crescent Park
  10. Otter’s Play Park

Sea Haven Park

Inspired by the sea.

The grand centerpiece of the community will be the sea-inspired 18-acre, Sea Haven Park. It will include large areas for activity and motion as it represents the open sea that meets the sandy shore and surf. With approximately 2 miles of winding paths woven throughout picnic and thoughtful seating areas, Sea Haven Park is a tribute to Marine life and the ecologically significant kelp forests.

Oak Grove

Deserving of Preserving.

The Sea Haven community is a thoughtful plan, one that finds a rare and delicate balance between what gets built, and what is left untouched. An amazing area left mostly to its natural state is the Oak Grove, paved just enough to grant exclusive access to a natural habitat unique to this coastal region. And it’s all your own.

The Arroyo and Trails

Far from the race, where you can set your own pace.

The hustle and bustle of life have no place here. The Arroyo is a natural extension of the Oak Grove, winding its way through the community of pathways and open spaces. This corridor is perfectly suited for fitness, wellness, and connecting with others.