Bishop Ranch Regional Preserve
by Bay Nature Staff on July 08, 2012
The park offers quiet and solitude on 444 acres just a short distance from San Ramon Valley subdivisions.
This preserve features three multi-use trails, and one narrow hiking-only path through valley oaks and grasslands. Portions of the trails are steep. The heights provide great views of Mount Diablo and the San Ramon Valley. As the trails are mostly exposed, it can get very hot during the summer months. Late winter and early spring are the best time for wildflower displays..
There are no facilities available.