Parks in Pleasanton
This park is 237 acres and is open access. Facilities include picnic tables, restrooms. The hike up the Valley View Trail features panoramic views of the city of Pleasanton. The park is connected with the Pleasanton Ridge Regional Park. Access to the park is through the gate of the Golden Eagle Estates at Golden Eagle Drive.
There are approximately 24 miles of paved and unpaved trails and paths for hiking and bicycling within Pleasanton including some separate bike paths.
Pleasanton Ridge Regional Park is a 5,271-acre park in the East Bay Regional Park District overlooking Pleasanton and the Livermore Valley.
This 266 acre park hosts an 80 acre lake and an arroyo with a chain of smaller lakes and ponds. Numerous waterbirds may be sighted throughout the year in the smaller lakes and ponds. There are paved and upaved trails for hiking, equestrian and bicycling trails as well as hiking only trails around the park and water areas.