Visitors can now witness the response of this burned forest—one of nature’s least understood and most dynamically changing habitats.
January 2023 marks the 30th anniversary of the Trails Challenge—a beloved annual tradition that helps people of all abilities access the vast East Bay Regional Park District and inspires them to get outside.
Brickyard Cove in Berkeley is the crown jewel of McLaughlin Eastshore State Park and accessible to everyone
Olompali State Historic Park preserves the combined histories of the Coast Miwok, early ranchers, a hippie commune, and, briefly, local music legends.
A distance hike following Wildcat Creek celebrates the East Bay watershed’s springtime revival and the EBRPD’s upcoming restoration efforts.
Wunderlich County Park in San Mateo offers 942 acres of mixed evergreen forests, chaparral, meadows, and coast redwoods.
A new East Bay Regional Parks campground at Dumbarton Quarry allows easy access to Coyote Hills and the Bay.
Cowell Ranch Beach near Half Moon Bay is an ideal stop for people interested in geology, marine mammals, and birds.
Baltimore Canyon connects to Mount Tam, making longer hikes easy.
Learn about Bay Area parks to visit this Thanksgiving.