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#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Concord
Concert in park for tribute band house of floyd and other days too for lunches or just ice cream.. beautiful relaxing place with lights and businesses lit up just so beautiful and sets the mood or takes away stres...
A beautiful and safe family park,play structures for the little ones,quiet,peaceful areas to sit quietly,read,chat with friends,great farmers market,music and restaurants.
#2 of 5 Nature & Parks in Concord
Venture off and bring your snacks to enjoy the nature in your backyard!
The Ruth Bancroft Garden Walnut Creek 6.5 km away
#2 of 5 Nature & Parks in Walnut Creek
There are often special events throughout the year, but one annual favorite is the Sculpture in the garden, with artists placing their work around the various plants: it's a great way to experience art in nature!
Its a smallish park with wandering paths and contrasts in shape and texture.
#3 of 5 Nature & Parks in Concord
There are playing fields where local baseball and soccer clubs and teams practice, a fabulous dog park that is well taken care of, picnic areas, bocci ball courts and a nice-sized, fenced playground for kids from...
The park is accessible by auto from Clayton Road, Ayers Road, and Turtle Creek Road, with plenty of parking.
Lindsay Wildlife Museum Walnut Creek 7.8 km away
#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Walnut Creek
Awesome back to nature experience and good family adventure- Best part were the owls up close and out of cages - WOW!!!
Lindsay Wildlife Museum is located in Walnut Creek, conveniently located next to a large and very pleasant family park suitable for play and picnics.
#4 of 5 Nature & Parks in Concord
I've enjoyed visiting this park and refreshing my botanical education.
If you are in Concord and need a different place to visit, then visit the Nature park and be sure to bring a camera..
#5 of 5 Nature & Parks in Concord
It requires a ride there by the park rangers, You have to make an appointment first then arrive at the guard house to meet the ranger who will drive you to the spot.
Gardens at Heather Farms Walnut Creek 7.3 km away
#3 of 5 Nature & Parks in Walnut Creek
There are swimming pools, rose gardens, a lake to stroll around, picnic areas, a large dog park, baseball fields, biking trails, tennis courts, and quiet places to relax.
Visit the Gardens at Heather Farms for beautiful flowers and two nature ponds with fish, ducks, geese and other wildlife.
John Muir National Historic Site Martinez 9.3 km away
#1 of 6 Nature & Parks in Martinez
... Historic Site was a memorable one, the rangers offer a guided tour and do a fantastic job of walking you through John Muir's life and the passion that drove him to become the "Father of the National Parks".
Your children, when mature enough to understand the significance of Yosemite National Park and the Sierra Club and land conservation must see the Muir Home.
Mount Diablo State Park Clayton 10.2 km away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Clayton
With weather permitting, and this year that has been more challenging, I try and get into Mount Diablo State Park and it's surrounding foothills, including Shell Ridge, two to three times a week.
Mount Diablo State Park is one of those easy to access ecological treasure in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Civic Park Walnut Creek 9.3 km away
#4 of 5 Nature & Parks in Walnut Creek
It has walking paths, benches, a small play ground and most importantly wonderful, large shade trees that allows you to enjoy nature with your family while taking a break from your everyday.
This is a wonderful park, next to the Walnut Creek Library, adjacent to a wonderful playground; it is also across a short bridge to a large area to Iron Horse Trail.
Martinez Regional Shoreline Martinez 10.5 km away
#2 of 6 Nature & Parks in Martinez
I really enjoy walks in this park there are several different trails or you can always just find a nice shady spot under a tree for a nice picnic followed by a nap.
There is a vintage bridge deep within the park that is architecturally beautiful and great for photos.
Lafayette Reservoir Lafayette 14.5 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Lafayette
A stunningly beautiful place for a short or long walk or a challenging hike; (The Lakeside Nature Trail (paved, 2.7 miles) and the Rim Trail (unpaved, 4.7 miles) a place to picnic and hang out with family and frie...
A safe, clean,and quiet place to take a nature walk, fishing, and enjoy fresh air.
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Antioch
The main park for the Hazel Atlas, BLACK DIAMOND MINES HAS great history, mines, wildlife, hiking, trails, photo opportunities, rattle snakes, coyotes, deer, skunks, racoons, bats, a great mining town takes you ba...
The park is only attended during the weekends, but even during the week this is a fun place to go for a short hike and some interesting lessons about the mining history in the area.
Diablo Hills Regional Park Walnut Creek 9.4 km away
#5 of 5 Nature & Parks in Walnut Creek
Diablo Hills Regional Park
#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Benicia
Open from Thursday through Sunday each week and staffed by state parks aides and volunteers that really care, well worth a visit to this delightful town.
Children $2.The Fischer-Hanlon House, the only building in the State of California parks system that exhibits the life of the 19th century upper middle class family, was moved next door in the 1960's and is includ...
Rankin Park Martinez 10.9 km away
#5 of 6 Nature & Parks in Martinez
Briones Park Orinda 13.1 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Orinda
Biking, horseback riding, hiking, walking the dog, picnicking, playing in the creek, enjoying the views and appreciating nature easily accessible from the freeway.
There are wonderful hiking and biking trails throughout the park.