Hayward Regional Shoreline - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
3010 W Winton Ave, Hayward, CA 94545, USA
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About Hayward Regional Shoreline
Hayward Regional Shoreline is a regional park located on the shores of the San Francisco Bay in Hayward. It consists of 1,841 acres of salt, fresh, and brackish water marshes, seasonal wetlands, and public trails. Located to the south of the park is the Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center, which provides information on the Bay shore habitats. The San Francisco Bay Trail runs through the park, which connects the park with San Lorenzo Creek.
Attractions Near Hayward Regional Shoreline
Hayward Japanese Gardens is really Asian style, quiet and peaceful, very interesting area for a peaceful time. The land was designated as a future park site in 1962, with HARD beginning the acquisition process in 1972. It follows Japanese garden design principles, using California native stone and plants. No stains were used on the wood constructions. Nails and fasteners are recessed, and all wood was notched, and aged, to simulate the appearance of a traditional Japanese garden.
A beautiful a man-made lake covering 317 acres was built in 1874-75 as a primary source of water for the East Bay. Currently, the lake serves as a standby emergency water supply. For this reason, visitors are asked to observe certain necessary regulations to keep the waters pure. There are also blooms of toxic blue-green algae in the lake during the summer and fall that make contact with the water dangerous
Lake Chabot Regional Park is a regional park located in the southern Berkeley Hills in Alameda County, California. It is part of the East Bay Regional Parks system. The northern part of the lake and park lie within the boundary of the City of Oakland, while the southern part lies in an unincorporated area of Alameda County adjacent to Castro Valley and San Leandro.
Don Castro Regional Recreation Area is a regional park located in Hayward, California. It is part of the East Bay Regional Parks system.The clear blue waters of the swim lagoon are a favorite with central Alameda County residents. The lagoon and adjacent lake were created in 1964 when the Alameda Flood Control and Water Conservation District dammed San Lorenzo Creek.
The East Bay Regional Park District is a system of beautiful parklands, open space, and trails in Alameda. The system comprises 121,000+ acres in 73 parks, including over 1,200 miles of trails. This parks are ideal for healthful recreation and environmental education. We invite you to enjoy hiking, biking, picnicking, horseback riding, camping, fishing, golfing, boating and nature study in our parks.
Garin Regional Park is a regional park located in Hayward, California. The park is situated behind the California State University, East Bay campus, and extends south, sharing a border with Pleasanton Ridge Regional Park. Summits in the park reach as high as 1,500 feet. Among the maintained trails, Garin Regional Park features several fenced off abandoned trails, some of which lead deep into the forest.
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