Potter Valley Community Parks and Recreation

Potter Valley is a richly diverse farming and ranching community best known for wine grapes, grass fed beef and lamb, pastured pork, pears and prime hay and forage. William Potter, for whom the valley is named, was the earliest settler, arriving in 1853 to live on a land claimed in 1852. The valley’s diverse population ranges from migrant workers to families who trace their roots back as many as seven generations to the earliest pioneers.

Proud of our heritage, Potter Valley Community Parks & Recreation (PVCPR) is looking to the future as we develop parks and recreation facilities for the area’s residents to enjoy. PVCPR is an umbrella organization that brings together the Potter Valley Grange, Potter Valley Rodeo Association, Potter Valley Youth & Community Center, and local residents with common goals for the community.  PVCPR is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

The main goal of PVCPR is to provide a central location equipped with facilities for the use of cooperating organizations that provide programs, events and services for the community of Potter Valley and the citizens of Mendocino County.

In the past few years, our volunteers have constructed an equestrian arena and rodeo grounds. Recently, a children’s park has been added to the complex, and thanks to the generosity of all the friends of Potter Valley we look forward to many more improvements. Future planned facilities include soccer and baseball fields, a meeting hall with a commercial kitchen and a covered arena and grandstands. As each phase opens, the facilities will serve Potter Valley and the greater Mendocino County community.


Help develop parks and recreation facilities for the area’s residents to enjoy by donating to PVCPR!

PVCPR is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization so your donation is tax deductible.



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