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Parks With Grazing

Livestock grazing in the parks generally occurs on a seasonal basis, typically winter through early summer. However, a few parks do have year-long grazing in certain areas.  Additional targeted grazing with goats and sheep occurs in various parks.  The application of targeted grazing is timed to reduce hazardous fire fuels, control invasive plant species and/or improve habitat conditions for plant or wildlife species of concern.  Parks with grazing programs have informational signs posted in kiosks and on gates, explaining our program and providing safety tips. For more information on hiking safely near cattle, see our Safety Tips for Hiking Near Grazing Animals.   

Parks With Year-Round Cattle Grazing

  • Briones Regional Park
  • Garin/Dry Creek Regional Park
  • Las Trampas Regional Wilderness
 
  • Sunol Regional Wilderness
  • Wildcat Canyon Regional Park

    Parks With Seasonal Cattle Grazing

    • Bishop Ranch Open Space
    • Black Diamond Mines Regional Preserve
    • Brushy Peak Regional Preserve
    • Carquinez Strait Regional Shoreline
    • Anthony Chabot Regional Park
    • Contra Loma Regional Park
    • Coyote Hills Regional Park
    • Del Valle Regional Park
    • Diablo Foothills Regional Park
    • Don Castro Regional Recreation Area
    • Dublin Hills Regional Par
     
    • Lake Chabot Regional Park
    • Mission Peak Regional Preserve
    • Morgan Territory Regional Preserve
    • Ohlone Regional Wilderness
    • Pleasanton Ridge Regional Park
    • Point Pinole Regional Shoreline
    • Round Valley Regional Preserve
    • Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve
    • Sycamore Valley Open Space Preserve
    • Vasco Caves Regional Preserve
    • Waterbird Regional Preserve