Lake Chabot regional park

The 315-acre, well-stocked lake is open for fishing and boating throughout the year. It is a popular Bay Area fishing destination.

Among the many amenities you can find picnicking areas, a grassy play area, horseshoe pits, hiking, bicycling, jogging, and running trails, and seasonal lake tours aboard the tour boat "Chabot Queen." Features a restaurant, Lake Chabot Marina caffee.

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Reinhardt redwood regional park

The forest's peaceful groves give little evidence of the park's bustling past – in the mid-1800s the area was the scene of extensive logging to supply building materials for the San Francisco Bay Area.

Hiking, jogging, and horseback riding are popular on the park's nearly 40 miles of trails. 


Coyote hills regional park

1,266 acres of marshland and rolling grassland covered hills along the eastern shore of San Francisco Bay. Most popular visitor activities are bicycling, walking, bird watching, jogging, nature exploration, and picnicking. Well used every season of the year, spring, summer, and fall tend to be the most popular. But the park's winter beauty is wonderful to behold.