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A waterfront park in Albany that is a great place to walk dogs.

A 5,067 acre park that is great for hiking, bike riding, and camping. Also features a marksmanship range operated by the Chabot Gun Club.

A public park in Berkeley that is perfect for picnics, water sports, and bird watching.

A historic farm in Fremont complete with animals, Victorian garden, historic house of the former owners, and even a blacksmith shop.

Nestled in the Berkeley Hills, the Berkeley Rose Garden features 3,000 rose bushes and 250 varieties of roses, as well as tennis courts and a lovely view of San Francisco Bay. It's also a popular spot for weddings.

A 6,117 acre regional park in Contra Costa County. Perfect for camping and picnicking.

A park at the Berkeley Marina featuring an off-leash dog area, picnic areas, shoreline and wetland areas and wildlife sanctuary.

Nestled in the Berkeley and Oakland hills behind the historic Claremont Hotel, this 208-acre preserve is popular among hikers, walkers, joggers, and dog-walkers.

A large park in the Berkeley hills featuring a 40 foot concrete slide. There is also a creek, full basketball court, baseball fields, picnic areas with barbecues, and a tunnel leading to the Berkeley Rose Garden.

An East Bay Regional Park featuring picnic areas, trails, wildlife refuge, bird and butterfly nectar garden, and Native American archaeological sites.

An East Bay Regional Park stretching across 8.5 miles of the East Bay shoreline.

A garden in Walnut Creek whose aim to educate the public about sustainable, environmentally friendly gardening practices. Available for wedding rentals.

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