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Reservations for classes, events, facilities, permits and programs!

Celebrating Eighty Years of Regional Parks

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   Events, activities and historical information

Find Park District Programs and Events

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  > Event Directory Link

Download our most Recent Program Guides

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Safety in the Parks and on the Trails

 
 
 

EBParks Activity Finder

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Interactive map to help you find where to hike,
walk your dog, swim, play golf, picnic, or do many
other activities in the Regional Parks.

Healthy Parks Healthy People

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Healthy Parks Healthy People is a worldwide campaign to encourage healthy active fun in the outdoors while appreciating and taking care of our parks and open space areas. Parks Victoria in Australia initiated the movement and dozens of countries now participate. 
Details: Healthy Parks Healthy People

           

Trails Challenge 2014

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Trails Challenge 2014, sponsored by Kaiser Permanente, is a self-paced program, designed to get people fit and into the great outdoors. See Kaiser Permanente's Web site for tips on health and wellness and advice on how to avoid common illnesses.
Details and online registration: Trails Challenge 2014

Naturalist Programs

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Naturalist programs and activities are great way to learn about natural history and local East Bay history as it relates to its effects on natural communities. The Park District's Visitor Centers have individual activity guides, which conveniently list programs, classes, and activities led by naturalists.
Details: Naturalist Programs 


 

Kids Challenge

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The Kids Challenge guidebook is filled with 10 fun activities and one bonus trip for kids in partnership with the U.S. Forest Service.  Take this great opportunity to experience the Regional Parks with your kids through hiking, camping, swimming, and more!