Sun Oct. 25 thru Wed. Oct. 28: Regional Parks in East Bay Hills CLOSED Due to Extreme Weather & Fire Dangers.
Parks affected include Anthony Chabot, Claremont Canyon, Huckleberry, Kennedy Grove, Lake Chabot, Leona Canyon, Reinhardt Redwood, Roberts, Sibley, Tilden, and Wildcat Canyon. More Information.
COVID-19 & Wildfire Park Closures & Parking Restrictions to Limit Overcrowding, Address Public & Staff Safety - You can help us keep the Regional Parks open by cooperating with the statewide shelter-in-place order and park rules. Observe the 6-foot social distancing and carry out all trash. More details...
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!
Park Finder Map
The Park Finder map below shows all regional parks or find parks listed by city.
These park-lands help to ensure preservation of the natural beauty that makes the Bay Area such a desirable place to live. They provide habitat for wildlife, including many rare and endangered species. They also enhance the region's quality of life, resulting in tangible economic benefits as well as aesthetic values. The Park District offers an extraordinary choice of recreational and educational activities. Whether you enjoy fishing, swimming, hiking, bicycling, picnicking, nature programs, golf, other active pastimes, or just relaxing in beautiful natural surroundings, there is a park for you. Please refer to our Public Transit page for numerous resources in assisting you in your travels to your Regional Parks.
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