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Article: Celebrating 90 Years of East Bay Regional Parks

Celebrating 90 Years of East Bay Regional Parks

Celebrating 90 Years of East Bay Regional Parks

Oaklandish is proud to collaborate with the East Bay Regional Park District to celebrate their 90th anniversary. From the East Bay hills to the shores of the San Francisco Bay, Oakland is more beautiful because of our East Bay Regional Parks.

For many people, the East Bay Regional Parks have provided a lifetime of memories. Whether it’s taking a first hike, catching a first fish, or riding the steam train at Tilden, many of us have lasting memories and a deep appreciation of the Park District’s beautiful parks, shorelines, and trails.

The Park District was founded in 1934, in the depths of the great depression, when residents elected to tax themselves to preserve and provide public access to nature. Today the Park District has 73 parks, 55 miles of shoreline, and over 1,330 miles of trails for hiking, biking, horseback riding, and environmental education in Alameda and Contra Costa counties.

Join the year-long celebration of the Park District’s 90 years of milestones and history of environmental conservation and positive experiences in nature. Enjoy your regional parks and shorelines and celebrate with us throughout the year at events and programs commemorating our 90 years of service to the community.

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For additional information: EBParks.org

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