Parks to People: Bringing Our Parks into Homes, Classes, and Communities
Learn about the natural resources, wildlife, and history of the Regional Parks. Take virtual reality tours of selected parks. Watch cool videos of storytelling and singing by park naturalists. Start learning now!

Search for programs, classes, events and activities and register online

Kids Healthy Outdoor Challenge (KHOC)
Self-paced outdoor activity program 

Program Guides
Download Regional In Nature or other activity guides by visitor center 

Special Events 
Find special events throughout the year for you and your family

Pack a Waste Free Lunch (PDF)

The parks offer our youth many opportunities for individual fun and learning, as well as, age-appropriate programs and activities. These include naturalist-led programs, swimming, boating and horseback riding lessons. Special events for kids include an old-fashioned Independence Day celebration, summer and fall festivals, music concerts and more. 
Browse and register for classes and activities online, or call 1-888-EBPARKS or 1-888-327-2757. 

Kids Activity Calendar
Reservations for classes, programs, facilities and events!

Coloring and Activity Book

Download the East Bay Regional Park District's coloring and activity book! Learn about the Parks and attractions while having fun coloring in the drawings.
Download: in English (2.2MB PDF)
Download: en Espanol (2.2MB PDF)
Download: Get Outdoors Coloring Page (400 KB PDF)


Sesame Street, the National Parks Foundation and actor Zachary Levi invite youth and their families to get outdoors!

Children with Disabilities

The play areas in Roberts Regional Recreation Area and the south playground at Temescal Regional Recreation Area are wheelchair accessible. The Roberts Pool in Roberts Regional Recreation Area is fully accessible to children with disabilities, including the bathhouse and a lift into the pool capable of lifting up to 300 pounds.

Financial Assistance / Becas

Free Week of Day Camp for Local Schools & Non-Profits

The Outdoor Recreation Department offers a 2-year partnership to qualifying Alameda and Contra Costa County schools and non-profits, where 50 elementary-school aged children can enjoy a free week of Day Camp in the Regional Parks. More information about these free opportunities.

Regional Park Foundation

The Regional Parks Foundation provides financial aid ("Camperships") to qualifying families of Alameda and Contra Costa Counties.
NOTE: that eligible programs and co-pay amounts are tentative and subject to change without notice.
Financial aid NOT available for online registrations.