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929 Cottage Drive
3.935 acres
(530) 661-2000

Everman Park is a park located between Gum Avenue and Cottage Drive, between 4th Street and 6th Street in south-central Woodland. It is mostly hidden behind houses on all sides; the most visible part of the park is at the corner of Cottage Drive and 6th Street. There are two narrow alleys that grant access to the park from 4th Street: Marshall-Everman Alley is the short alley access to the northern end of the park from 4th Street, directly opposite Marshall Avenue, and South Everman Alley is the short but slightly wider alley access to the southern end of the park from 4th street. Neither alley is actually formally named. Both alleys are legally part of Everman Park.

Everman Park features a basketball court, a horseshoe pit, a playground, barbecues, picnic tables, and restrooms. This park can be reserved for private use.

Marshall-Everman Alley is an access point to the Crosstown Bike Connector.

The trees planted at Everman Park include three invasive weed species: Flowering Pear/Callery Pear (Pyrus calleryana), European Olive (Olea europaea), and Chinese Tallow Tree (Triadica sebifera). However, two tree species native to Woodland can also be found at the park: Toyon (Heteromeles arbutifolia) and Valley Oak (Quercus lobata). In addition, the Coast Live Oak (Quercus agrifolia) and Coast Redwood (Sequoia sempervirens) at the park are native to other parts of California. Other non-native trees and shrubs at Everman Park include Deodar Cedar (Cedrus deodara), Common Hackberry (Celtis occidentalis), White Ash (Fraxinus americana), Maidenhair Tree (Ginkgo biloba), Crape Myrtle (Lagerstroemia indica), Fruitless Mulberry (Morus alba), Photinia (Photinia × fraseri), Aleppo Pine (Pinus halepensis), Chinese Pistache (Pistacia chinensis), London Plane (Platanus × hispanica), Carolina Cherry Laurel (Prunus caroliniana), Shiny Brushholly (Xylosma congesta), and Saw-leaf Zelkova (Zelkova serrata).