Dry Creek Pioneer Regional Park - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
About Dry Creek Pioneer Regional Park
Dry Creek Pioneer Regional Park is a regional park located in Union City, California, sharing a contiguous border with sister park Garin Regional Park. More than 20 miles of trails within Garin and Dry Creek Pioneer Regional Parks give visitors the opportunity to explore the 5,857 acres that comprise these parklands. While the trails are not paved, they are great for hiking, horseback riding, and many are suitable for bicycles.
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Garin Regional Park
2.17km from Dry Creek Pioneer Regional Park
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.
Quarry Lakes Regional Recreation Area
3.84km from Dry Creek Pioneer Regional Park
A beautiful regional park located in Fremont, California that is part of the East Bay Regional Parks system. The park is a beautiful water-oriented recreation area, which offers more intensive recreation such as picnicking, boating, swimming and fishing, but also has room for hiking and wildlife viewing.
Alameda Creek Regional Trail
4.72km from Dry Creek Pioneer Regional Park
The Alameda Creek Regional Trail runs from the mouth of Niles Canyon in Fremont to the San Francisco Bay, allowing recreational access to the levees on both sides of Alameda Creek and its flood control channel. The trail on each side of the creek is roughly 12 miles long. The trail on the south bank provides access to Coyote Hills Regional Park. An additional 3.5-mile-loop trail off the Alameda Creek Trail, into and out of Coyote Hills, and back onto the Alameda Creek Trail.
Niles Essanay Silent Film Museum
4.98km from Dry Creek Pioneer Regional Park
A beautiful film museum housed in the Edison Theater, a century-old Nickelodeon movie theater, just half a block from the former site of the Niles Essanay Studios where Broncho Billy and Charlie Chaplin made films in the 1910s. It is dedicated to preserving and showing silent films and their history.The museum houses a large collection of Motion Picture equipment and related artifacts, as well as about 10,000 Silent Films in their archive.
5.57km from Dry Creek Pioneer Regional Park
Niles Canyon is a canyon in the San Francisco Bay Area formed by Alameda Creek, known for its heritage railroad and silent movie history. The Niles Canyon Trail Project proposes to install a six-mile long pathway that is 10 feet wide and is intended to accommodate pedestrians, bicyclists, and equestrians.
Ardenwood Historic Farm
6.9km from Dry Creek Pioneer Regional Park
Ardenwood Historic Farm is a Regional Historic Landmark in Fremont, California. It offers a glimpse into life on a family farm between 1890 and 1930. Step back in time as you explore the remnants of the once vast estate of George and Clara Patterson, whose family farmed the land for over 100 years, beginning in the 1850s. This farm consists of the Ardenwood Station, the former Ohlone village and burial site, a blacksmith shop, an area with farm animals, Patterson House, and a gazebo.
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This is a county in the state of California which was the seventh most populous in the state