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East Bay Regional Parks 15h
"The charm of the region as a place in which to live will depend largely upon the natural conditions that are destined to disappear unless properly protected for the public." - 1930 Proposed Park Reservations for the East Bay envisions the East Bay Regional Park District
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East Bay Regional Parks 16h
in 1936, the first three parks opened with a grand celebration at Redwood Bowl which included the Cal Marching Band. The new parks were Berkeley's Wildcat Canyon (later Tilden); Oakland's Roundtop (later Sibley); and Lake Temescal (Oakland). Happy 85th Anniversary to our parks!
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East Bay Regional Parks Jun 24
The East Bay Regional Park District Fire Dept., weather permitting, will be conducting prescribed burns and a multi-agency training on June 25 and 28 at Point Pinole Regional Park. Smoke may be visible from Richmond and the San Rafael Bay.
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East Bay Regional Parks Jun 24
Looking for a job this summer? The East Bay Regional Park District is seeking gate attendants, student laborers and interpretive student aides. ?
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East Bay Regional Parks Jun 21
Show Us Your Selfies! Share your best Trails Challenge shots. Be sure to tag your selfies:
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East Bay Regional Parks Jun 20
Plan your next adventure in our Regional Parks! The July/August Regional in Nature Activity Guide is available now.
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East Bay Regional Parks Jun 20
Trails Challenge: Show Us Your Selfies! June 21 is National Selfie Day and we want to see your best Trails Challenge shots. Be sure to tag your selfies:
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East Bay Regional Parks Jun 19
Did you know Lake Temescal opened to the public in 1936 as one of the District's first three parks?
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Bay Nature magazine Jun 19
Spanning 32 miles of the and connecting six parks, the Skyline Trail is an immersive nature experience for city dwellers. 👟🌼🌲 Check it out:
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East Bay Regional Parks Jun 18
Urgent Warnings to Park Users About Water Safety: The East Bay Regional Park District advises visitors to learn about water safety before swimming or boating in Regional Park lakes or water facilities.
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East Bay Regional Parks Jun 18
Replying to @KatCameron91
Only Anthony Chabot and Del Valle have family campsites, the other small sites are backpack sites, including Anthony Chabot, Black Diamond Mines, Mission Peak, Morgan Territory, Sibley, Sunol/Ohlone, and Round Valley.
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East Bay Regional Parks Jun 18
Replying to @KatCameron91
Hi Katrina, we're sorry that happened. You can make online reservations for family campgrounds at Anthony Chabot or Del Valle. Details/links:
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East Bay Regional Parks Jun 17
In 1928 a movement to create a grand park in the East Bay hills was launched by a group of far-sighted civic leaders. In 1934 during the depths of the Great Depression, a ballot measure passed to create the nation's first regional park agency, the East Bay Regional Park District.
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East Bay Regional Parks Jun 17
Replying to @luiskarlos2532
Drones have been officially banned from the Regional Parks since 2016, when the word “drone” was added to the long-standing ban on motorized model airplanes. Drones can be extremely dangerous to helicopters and airplanes, disruptive to wildlife and bothersome to other park users.
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East Bay Regional Parks Jun 13
Replying to @bigdontrump1
The Vallejo Mill Historical Park is managed by the City of Fremont.
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East Bay Regional Parks Jun 13
Do you know what to do if you encounter a rattlesnake in a Regional Park?
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East Bay Regional Parks May 21
AGM of Public Affairs Carol Johnson explains the importance of government agencies sponsoring conferences like .
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East Bay Regional Parks May 21
Starting June 1, the East Bay Regional Park District’s environmental education youth camp will be operated by United Camps, Conferences, and Retreats (UCCR). Welcome to Camp Arroyo, UCCR! Learn more:
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East Bay Regional Parks May 20
Replying to @TheSoCalHiker
Thank you for the great write-up! If folks are planning to hike Mission Peak, we encourage them to visit the District's Mission Peak web page which includes current hours and full parking/transit options. We recommend using the Ohlone College trail head.
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Sarah Dalton May 3
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