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East Bay Regional Parks Apr 8
Replying to @mactavish @PAranger
One more suggestion! Try the George Miller Trail from Port Costa Staging area. Let us know where you see a lot of wildflowers along the trails, and tag us in your photos while you're out there. See you in your Regional Parks!
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East Bay Regional Parks Apr 4
Congratulations to Regional Park District General Manager Robert Doyle!
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East Bay Regional Parks Apr 4
Celebrate the East Bay Regional Park District's 85th Anniversary with Free Park Fridays now through the end of the year! For 85 years, has preserved and protected open space in Alameda and Contra Costa counties for recreation and nature discovery.
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East Bay Regional Parks Apr 4
Replying to @mactavish @PAranger
In a couple weeks in Tilden Park, the Seaview Trail from the Steam Trails overflow lot to the summit of Vollmer Peak will offer good wildflowers on a very steep but paved road. Parks often reach capacity by late morning on weekends in the springtime so make sure you arrive early.
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East Bay Regional Parks Apr 4
Replying to @mactavish @PAranger
Hello , please see our website for general suggestions: . For access to wildflowers at Sunol Regional Wilderness, try the fire road up towards Little Yosemite, the Camp Ohlone Road trail or the horse trail through the meadow.
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East Bay Regional Parks Mar 29
Find your summer job now! This weekend, March 30-31, are the final lifeguard testing dates for the 2019 swim season. Anyone age 16 and over by April 20th is encouraged to apply.
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East Bay Regional Parks Mar 29
Are you ready for a moderate trail on the Trails Challenge? Round Valley Regional Preserve in Brentwood abounds with wildlife and scenic beauty.
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East Bay Regional Parks Mar 28
Newt XING extended! Due to the rainy weather forecast next week, the Park District is postponing the scheduled reopening of South Park Drive in Tilden Regional Park until Friday, April 5th.
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East Bay Regional Parks Mar 27
Longtime Regional Parks visitor and Park District Policy Advisory Committee member describes her 29-mile walk on the East Bay Skyline National Recreation Trail, which connects several parks scattered through Alameda and Contra Costa counties by a single scenic trail.
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Regional Parks PD Mar 27
East Bay Regional Park District Police Department Officer Jon Bottom has been selected as the 2018 Officer of the Year. Officer Bottom is, “a highly motivated, proactive, compassionate leader who takes advantage of every opportunity to be successful and effective."
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East Bay Regional Parks Mar 25
We are excited to be co-hosting the 2019 Children & Nature Network International Conference () on May-16-18. Please join us to learn about the benefits of bringing nature to children in cities and urban areas.
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East Bay Regional Parks Mar 22
Wildflowers are blooming in Regional Parks! Please remember to stay on official trails, don’t pick flowers, and keep dogs on a leash except in designated off-leash areas. Don't forget to tag us with your photos and selfies.
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East Bay Regional Parks Mar 21
Horseback riding has long been a great way to connect with nature in the East Bay. Here's a great article on horseback riding in East Bay Regional Parks. See you in your Regional Parks!
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East Bay Regional Parks Mar 20
Want nature to be your office? Check out the Park District's job listings, including Lifeguards and Police Officers, among others.
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East Bay Regional Parks Mar 20
Want nature to be your office? Check out the Park District's job listings, including Lifeguards and Police Officers, among others.
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East Bay Regional Parks Mar 20
Have you started your Trails Challenge yet? Try one of the easier hikes at Coyote Hill Regional Park to begin your adventure!
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East Bay Regional Parks Mar 15
Join us in nature! Del Valle Regional Park reopening this weekend after precautionary closure during heavy February rains.
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East Bay Regional Parks Mar 14
Working Together: The East Bay Regional Parks teams up with and @Center4Nature for the Stay Healthy In Nature Every day (SHINE) program that gets youth into nature and studies benefits to health.
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Golden Gate Audubon Mar 8
Please help clean up Meeker Slough! Sun., March 10, 9-noon. Rydin Road entrance to Point Isabel, north end of Rydin Limited parking. Carpool if possible. staff will provide litter sticks, and buckets. Questions?call 510-544-3108 Photo by Bob Gunderson
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East Bay Regional Parks Mar 8
EBRPD General Manager Robert Doyle to receive Local Hero Award at Bay Nature Gala. Spent the last four decades protecting natural in the East Bay, creating new parks/trails, & encouraging people to get into nature. GET YOUR TICKETS BEFORE THEY SELL OUT!
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