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Tewinkle Park

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TeWinkle Park was named after Charles TeWinkle, who came to Costa Mesa in 1920 with his wife “Goldie”.  Mr. TeWinkle was a local businessman and a director of several local banks. He was elected the first mayor of the newly-incorporated City of Costa Mesa in 1953. He died in 1962. Dedicated January 31, 1965.

970 Arlington Drive, Costa Mesa, 92626

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Tewinkle Park Amenities

 Acreage 49  Shelters  3
 Restroom  3  Picnic Tables  30
 Barbecues  5  Drinking Fountains  2
 Playgrounds  1  Exercise Areas  
 Baseball  1  Soft Ball  2
 Tennis  12  Volleyball  
 Handball    Basketball  1
 Bleachers  6  Greenbelt  1
 Amphitheater  1  Electric Outlets  2
 Lake/ Water Falls  1  Utility Field  1