A small park in Oakland's Chinatown across the street from the Lake Merritt BART station.
A series of shoreline parks connected by the Bay Trail in Richmond which feature art related to WWII and the history of Richmond's shipyards and which are a favorite stop of migrating birds.
A park in Livermore that was previously called North Livermore Neighborhood Park which includes a dog park.
The large, historic Berkeley park is the site of many community events.
A 741 acre marshland park in East Oakland. Ideal for picnicking, birdwatching, hiking, biking, fishing, sunbathing and boat launching.
An East Bay Regional Park in Martinez featuring a marsh, horse arena, soccer, bocce ball, softball, and fishing and boating at the Martinez Marina which features a bait shop, restaurant and bar, boat repair yard and fuel dock.
A small park in the East Oakland hills.
The second largest park in San Francisco after Golden Gate Park is the 317 acre McLaren Park. It contains the Jerry Garcia Amphitheater, a duck pond, and skate park, among other things.
A large Park off of Mission Blvd. in Hayward.
A park in Albany adjacent to Albany High School containing a Veterans Memorial Building and playground.
Fairgrounds in Boonville, CA. Home of the Mendocino County Fair and many other events throughout the year.
A state park which includes many trails and secluded beaches along the Mendocino coast.
A park on Oakland's waterfront featuring an amphitheater and picnic areas with barbecues.