Gibbons Park

4701 Gibbons Drive
Carmichael, CA 95608


Gibbons Park, named in honor of Robert Linus Gibbons, was dedicated during ceremonies conducted on May 19, 1979.  Mr. Gibbons, whose grandparents came to the area from Massachusetts in a covered wagon, was a member of the second graduating class of the University of California at Davis in 1913, at which time it was known as the University Farm School.  In 1914, he married. The marriage lasted 53 years, until his death in 1966 at the age of 73. Maude Gibbons attended the dedication ceremonies, accompanied by several members of her family.

The Gibbons family came to the Carmichael area in 1921, where they became involved in the ranching and dairy business.  The family sold milk directly from the farm until the retail store, Gibbons Dairy located on Walnut Avenue, opened in 1964.  They owned 130 acres in the community where Mr. Gibbons was very active in civic affairs, giving of his time and energy to help make the community a better place to live. He was a charter member of the Carmichael Presbyterian Church and a member of the Carmichael Rotary Club, the Masonic Order, the Board of Trustees of the Carmichael School District, and the Carmichael Farm Bureau.  He was also founder and president of the former Northridge Water District.

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