Huntington Park’s greenbelts provide screening between homes and around the perimeter. They also provide habitat for wildlife, regulate runoff, ameliorate temperature changes through shading, water transpiration, and slowing of air currents. The approximately two and a half miles of greenbelt create a forest like setting for walking and an aesthetic background for homes. Just over a mile of trails are maintained within the greenbelt system.

The greenbelts are managed to perpetuate a natural environment by fostering a high density cover of native trees and associated vegetation. The greenbelts were deeded to the members of Huntington Park to be enjoyed by all. A committee of volunteers perform most of the routine trail and greenbelt maintenance. All residents are encouraged to assist on special clean-up days. The committee also approves and oversees removal of any trees or vegetation.