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1690 acre Park managed by: East Bay Regional Park District

These connected parks in the east bay hills are favorites of hikers.

Dry Creek park and the adjacent Garin park combined total 4,763 acres. A visitor center is located in Garin park which is open during the summer months and highlights the farming history of the area. The two parks together provide a 20-mile network of unpaved trails. Some are for hikers only, and some are multi-use.

Anglers can fish at the southern end of Garin Park in Jordan Pond for naturally occurring largemouth bass, bluegill and sunfish and stocked catfish.

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