Tassajara Creek Regional Park
- Address: Tassajara Rd, Dublin, CA 94568, USA, 94568, United States
- Tags: Park, Family And Kids, Hiking
Tassajara Creek Regional park is a very small park near Dublin that is rarely crowded. The regional park was created in 1991 and covers an area of 27 acres. The park features a single short trail and just one picnic table. Although the trail is short, it is ideal to have a walk in solitude. The park is shaded with tall trees and is blessed with serenity. While exploring the regional park, you may come across wild turkey and spot rare birds.
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Tassajara Creek Regional Park Reviews & Ratings
Natural, calm and Seren walking trail... Good for biking as well. Safe for small kids... Also you can sight wild turkey, birds etc.. beautiful trees around Creek...
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Small trail mostly along a neighborhood. Mostly shaded is a plus. Great for a short walk with relatively no elevation change.
Very small East Bay Regional Park with large parking lot but only one picnic table and one portable toilet. Hiking trail goes through the park and passes next to an area where old concrete was dumped.
The trail area is mostly shaded as it runs along a creek, but there are surprisingly no mosquitos! The parking lot is a little hard to find, but includes an outhouse and ample parking at the trailhead. There are dog waste bags and trash cans, but unfortunately you'll still need to watch your step as inconsiderate dog owners leave full waste bags along the trail.