Willard Park is the first park of it's kind in the City of Rocklin designed specifically for the inclusion of participants of all ages and abilities. The park features rubberized play surfacing, ramped access, musical and sensory play elements, and several other amenities. There are tactile components provided such as the roller slide, sand pit, and interactive play panels. The pull along rig is wheelchair accessible and allows children to use their upper body strength to pull them along the equipment while the accelerator swing is made for groups of kids to use together which helps activate and integrate the important sense of movement and gravity. Additionally, the ten spin allows children to join in the fun by either sitting, kneeling, or standing.  

For a more passive park experience, park users are invited to pick a book at the Little Free Library. This library was designed and crafted by a local eagle scout candidate, painted by the Rocklin High School mural club as a public art project, and is stocked/maintained by the Rocklin Friends of the Library. ​There is also a a large picnic pavilion and BBQ area, as well as, ample grass for play.