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Lake Temescal's Swimming Area Reopens. Shadow Cliffs’ Swim Beach Open.

Lake Temescal swim beach is now open to the public. Shadow Cliffs swim beaches still open. Water quality testing continues at both lakes.
North Richmond Shoreline Festival Offers Free Outdoors Fun

A free outdoor festival at Point Pinole featuring live music, nature walks, family fun, demos and exhibits by community organizations - and a free healthy lunch.
Statewide Drought Affects East Bay Regional Parks

Del Valle Regional Park recreation is affected severely, but reservations for events and activities have been extended through Sunday, October 5.
Iron Horse Regional Trail Extension: A Long-awaited Event

The Park District celebrated the opening of the Iron Horse Trail extension with an official dedication ceremony in Pleasanton on Tuesday, August 19.
Garin Apple Festival Features Heritage Apples and Old-fashioned Fun

Celebrate our farming and pioneer past during the Regional Park District’s annual Apple Festival Sept. 6.
14th Annual Historic Rail Fair Returns to Ardenwood Historic Farm

14th Annual Historic Rail Fair Returns to Ardenwood Historic Farm Labor Day weekend.
Working for the Future: Trail Volunteers at Garin Park

Over 60 volunteers joined forces on Sat., July 12, to dig, rake, cut, level, prune, and improve trails at Garin/Dry Creek Regional Park in Hayward and to celebrate a day of multicultural diversity with each other.
Park District Purchases Land for Future Deer Valley Regional Park

The East Bay Regional Park District today announced the completion of two substantial land purchases in east Contra Costa County.
Richmond Community Youth Celebrate East Bay “Summer of Herons” with Bird Release at Breuner Marsh

International Bird Rescue released Black-Crowned Night Herons at Point Pinole Regional Shoreline’s Breuner Marsh.
Tilden Regional Park Attractions Open for Summer Fun

EBRPD announced the completion of projects improving public use facilities at Tilden Regional Park, and the simultaneous re-opening of the Tilden Merry-Go-Round.