Tilden Regional Park
Within the country’s largest regional urban park district in the East Bay, there are plenty of scenic and spacious picnics areas to choose from. The following recommendations are some of the best picnic spots in the East Bay.
San Francisco may have the Bay Area’s most famous park, but visitors will be pleased to discover a vast collection of open spaces and outdoor activities on the other side of the Bay. Here are five of the best parks in the East Bay, all within an hour’s drive of Oakland or Berkeley.
Police are investigating a human skull found near Tilden Regional Park.
With no shortage of open space and varied terrain, dogs and owners alike will enjoy these East Bay walks.
Although better-known Bay Area hiking trails are located north of the Golden Gate, the East Bay is home to the largest urban regional park district in the country, in addition to a number of outstanding state parks and beaches.
Railroad-themed rides and exhibits are alive and well in the East Bay, and are perfect entertainment for the kids.
There are many terrific Bay Area locations to check out some amazing seasonal flowers. The East Bay has several wonderful locations, some well known, others not so well known, and all without the traffic and larger crowds associated with the city.
Bay Area pet owners have off-leash hikes and routes mastered, but a swimming adventure isn’t easy to come by around here. It seems man’s best friend turns into puppy non grata when water is added to the mix. When the digits on the thermometer begin to rise, splash it up at these water magnets in the East Bay.