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Encompassing 1,829 acres of the canyon carved by Redwood Creek and its surrounding ridges, Redwood Regional Park sits stately above the city of Oakland providing an instant oasis of natural beauty and recreation for residents of the East Bay. The expansive forests of coastal redwood trees for which the park was named More >
Situated on the “Oakland Riviera” between Coast Guard Island and Alameda’s Park Street Bridge, Union Point Park offers a relaxing waterfront oasis in a traditionally industrial zone of the city. Opened in 2005, the park in its early days was an easy place to score a BBQ pit on the weekend, More >
Most of the month, the old runways of the former Naval Air Station in Alameda are a desolate stretch of bird sanctuary where the endangered California Lease Terns can thrive in their semi-traditional environment.
But every first Sunday, an amazing phenomenon takes place. From practically nothing, an outdoor marketplace is built housing More >
Sitting in between the Colosseum and the Airport, the Martin Luther King Jr. Regional Shoreline is a stretch of parkland that surrounds what used to be known as the San Leandro Bay. This scenic park has some interesting features both manmade and natural.
The Arrowhead Marsh is a short walk from the More >
The Emeryville Chevys is tucked away on the bayside of the 80 freeway, on the opposite side from the popular Powell and Bay Street malls. Considering how hectic that part of Emeryville can be, the isolation of this Chevys location is welcome. Especially when you can get a table on the More >