Garin-Dry Creek Pioneer Regional Park
by Bay Nature Staff on July 08, 2012
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.