Posted by: Sandy Steinman | October 28, 2019

Regional Park Closure Extended To Thursday 9AM

Closure of Regional Parks & Regional Trails Extended Through 9:00 a.m. Thursday
Closure of all Regional Parks and Regional Trails has been extended through 9:00 a.m. Thursday, October 31 due to ongoing weather and fire dangers.
The Park District thanks the public for their cooperation and understanding while parks are closed.
Regional Parks
  • Anthony Chabot
  • Antioch/Oakley
  • Ardenwood Historic Farm
  • Bay Point
  • Big Break
  • Bishop Ranch
  • Black Diamond Mines
  • Briones
  • Brooks Island
  • Browns Island
  • Brushy Peak
  • Camp Arroyo
  • Carquinez Strait
  • Castle Rock
  • Claremont Canyon
  • Contra Loma
  • Coyote Hills
  • Crockett Hills
  • Crown Beach
  • Cull Canyon
  • Del Valle
  • Diablo Foothills
  • Don Castro
  • Dry Creek Pioneer
  • Dublin Hills
  • Five Canyons
  • Garin
  • Hayward Regional Shoreline
  • Huckleberry Botanic
  • Kennedy Grove
  • Lake Chabot
  • Las Trampas
  • Leona Canyon
  • Little Hills
  • Martin Luther King Jr.
  • McLaughlin Eastshore
  • Miller/Knox
  • Mission Peak
  • Morgan Territory
  • Ohlone
  • Oyster Bay
  • Pleasanton Ridge
  • Point Isabel
  • Point Pinole
  • Quarry Lakes
  • Radke Martinez
  • Redwood
  • Roberts
  • Round Valley
  • San Pablo Bay
  • Shadow Cliffs
  • Sibley
  • Sobrante Ridge
  • Sunol
  • Sycamore Valley
  • Temescal
  • Tilden
  • Vargas Plateau
  • Vasco Caves
  • Waterbird
  • Wildcat Canyon
Regional Trails
  • Alameda Creek Trail
  • Bay Area Ridge Trail
  • Briones to Las Trampas Regional Trail
  • Briones to Mt. Diablo Regional Trail
  • California Riding and Hiking Trail
  • Contra Costa Canal Regional Trail
  • Delta de Anza Regional Trail
  • East Bay Skyline National Trail
  • Iron Horse Regional Trail
  • Lafayette-Moraga Regional Trail
  • Las Trampas to Mount Diablo Regional Trail
  • Marsh Creek Trail
  • San Francisco Bay Trail
  • San Pablo Bay Trail
  • Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail
For up-to-date information on park closures, visit www.ebparks.org.

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