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Recreation & Outdoors: Swimming Pools & Beaches

The center has an indoor and outdoor pool, available for both Albany Unified School District students and for public use.

A large park in Concord featuring an Olympic sized pool, tennis courts, children's play area and picnic areas.

A 2.5-mile beach, with sand dunes bordering a bicycle trail.

A 9.4-acre park in West Oakland featuring a recreation center and a pool.

A park in Oakland's Dimond District featuring a public pool, a creek, tennis courts, a playground, a recreation center, and picnic areas.

A 102 acre park in Walnut Creek featuring a swim center, fishing pond, skate park, bike paths, athletic fields, volleyball court, off-leash dog park and more.

A public pool facility in Berkeley.

Offers a pool and fitness center equipped with circuit weight training and free weights.

An olympic sized pool on the UC Berkeley campus.

A recreation area available for private events which includes a picnic area, outdoor pool, ropes course, and fitness center.

Features six lanes with an additional shallow section, as well as a separate diving area.

A public park in Berkeley featuring picnic areas, play structures, two lighted tennis courts, and an adjacent swim center.

A swim team and club located in Concord.

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