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A 6.9 acre park in Livermore featuring 2 soccer fields, 2 baseball fields, picnic tables, barbecue pits, and hiking trails.

A garden which demonstrates bay-friendly gardening practices such as composting and recycling.

A neighborhood park covering 14.66 acres, including a tot lot, picnic areas, parking lot, walkways, sod grass, and a fenced dog play area.

A bocce club in Livermore featuring 8 bocce courts, traditional Italian cuisine, and a bar carrying many imported and California wines.

A large East Bay regional park 10 miles south of Livermore, Lake Del Valle features a visitor center, swimming, picnicking, camping, fishing, and boating.

With 32 lanes, five different leagues programs for all ages, birthday parties, arcade, pro shop, sports and snack bars, 99-cent games, shoes, and beer after 9 p.m. on Mondays and Tuesdays, two different late-night weekend events, and more.

A garden of native chaparral, oak woodland, meadow, and riparian, with three permanent educational displays describing the use of the Arroyo Mocho as a recharge channel for the local aquifer, the Arroyo Mocho and Alameda Creek watershed map and steelhead.

Traditional shotokan and shorin-ryu karate.

A 17.7 acre park in Livermore featuring soccer fields, picnic and barbecue areas, and children's playground.

Games at this casino include Texas Hold'Em, Omaha Hi-Lo, Black Jack, Three-Card Poker, and Fortune PaiGow. Livermore Casino also has a sports bar and a dinning restaurant for gamblers. The casino is open 24 hours, seven days a week. Be sure to check out the Texas Hold'Em poker tournaments, which are held daily. There is also a $2.99 breakfast severed anytime.

A park in Livermore that was previously called North Livermore Neighborhood Park which includes a dog park.

A sprawling 4,700 acre park in Eastern Contra Costa County with trails for hiking or horseback riding, picnic areas and camp sites for reservations.

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