Things To Do
|  


East Bay Regional Park District Parks

The East Bay Regional Park District spans Alameda and Contra Costa counties east of San Francisco with 112,000+ acres in 65 parks including over 1,200 miles of trails for hiking, biking, horseback riding and nature study.


 


Beautiful Mount Diablo

This park is one of the ecological treasures of the San Francisco Bay Area. Every season in the park has its special qualities. Discover for yourself the mountain's beautiful wildflowers, its extensive trail system, fascinating wildlife and distinctive rock formations. View the stars from its lofty heights, bike ride to its 3,849 foot summit or explore the more remote trails by horseback. The park offers hiking, biking, horseback riding and camping.


 


Town of Danville Parks

The Town of Danville owns, operates and maintains over 167 acres of parkland, most of which is used for active recreation. Six community parks which include amenities such as children’s play equipment, sports fields, picnic areas, bocce ball courts, a dog park, and walking trails. In addition, 20 acres have been improved with trails or special use facilities.


 


City of San Ramon Parks

Through diverse and innovative programming, the Department offers programs and activities to suit every interest, income, and age level throughout the year in a variety of locations throughout the City.


 


Sycamore Valley Park

Visit Sycamore Valley and enjoy the lush green foothills of Mt. Diablo. On some days you can watch the raptors riding the thermal updrafts below Mt. Diablo. Wildflowers appear in the spring and early summer depending on rainfall..


 


California State Parks in Bay Area

The San Francisco Bay Area has so much to explore, including the arts and culture of San Francisco, Silicon Valley's innovations, Marin's Headlands, Napa's vineyards, and Berkeley's free spirit.


 
Home