Indian Rock Park - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
About Indian Rock Park
Indian Rock Park is a 1.18-acre public park at 950 Indian Rock Avenue in the city of Berkeley. The central feature of the park is a large rock outcropping on the west side of Indian Rock Ave. On the opposite side of the street the larger portion of the park has several much smaller rock outcroppings, grass fields, and a small barbecue and picnic area. The rock is composed of Northbrae rhyolite.
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Attractions Near Indian Rock Park
Berkeley Rose Garden
1.15km from Indian Rock Park
Berkeley's Historic Rose Garden is a regional destination with its 1,500 rose bushes and 250 varieties of roses, along with breathtaking views. The Rose Garden is situated in a residential area of the Berkeley Hills between the Cragmont and La Loma Park neighborhoods, occupying most of the block between Eunice Street and Bayview Place along the west side of Euclid Avenue.
1.22km from Indian Rock Park
A beautiful park, which offers a wide array of play opportunities are available in a beautiful hillside setting: baseball/softball fields, basketball court, tot play area, picnic/BBQ area , hiking trails through glade and groves of magnificent oaks, bay trees and redwood. it’s a beautiful setting, perfect for outdoor dinners and birthday barbecues.
Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive
2.44km from Indian Rock Park
A majestic combined art museum, repertory movie theater, and archive associated with the University of California, Berkeley. The museum has featured works by Albert Bierstadt, Jonathan Borofsky, Joan Brown, Robert Colescott and so more. The museum also features the MATRIX Program for Contemporary Art.
Tilden Regional Park
2.48km from Indian Rock Park
A majestic 2,079-acre regional park in the East Bay, part of the San Francisco Bay Area in California. It was named in honor of Charles Lee Tilden, a Bay Area attorney and businessman who served on the first Board of Directors of the East Bay Regional Park District.Its steep valleys and dense stands of timber offer a rare wilderness experience so close to the city. Its high ridges and peaks give wide views over the San Francisco Bay and inland across other preserved land to Mount Diablo.
The Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life
2.54km from Indian Rock Park
The Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life is a museum of Jewish history, art, and culture at the University of California, Berkeley. It houses more than 30,000 Jewish artifacts and manuscripts, which is the third largest collection of its kind in the United States.
2.59km from Indian Rock Park
Sather Tower is a bell tower with clocks on its four faces on the campus of the University of California, Berkeley. It is a recognizable symbol of the university. Sather Tower also houses many of the Department of Integrative Biology's fossils
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