Selleh Park in Tempe is a small neighborhood park with a handful of amenities. To those who grew up in Tempe, the name Selleh may remind you of Selleh Sporting Goods, the place you would shop for PE clothes, sporting goods and other sports equipment. Joe Selleh, the owner was big on helping youth improve their quality of life.
A member of the Tempe Park and Recreation board, he worked on the city’s first municipal golf course, founded the first Boys and Girls club of Tempe and was state commissioner for the American Legion Baseball. Tempe dedicated the park to him in his honor in 1972.
The playground features a swing for two, teeter-tooter, swing, slides, playground structure and large climbing rope structure.
There are picnic tables throughout the park, however they are not covered, so if you need shade, you may have to time it right.
Selleh Park in Tempe is a 6.3 acre park with lighted basketball courts, grills, picnic tables, a duck pond, restrooms, and a playground.
Parking is available along Los Feliz Drive.
2425 S Los Feliz Dr
Tempe, AZ 85282
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