This 307 acre park has a one mile and a five mile hiking trail with a total of 700 feet elevation change that enables the hiker a view of the San Francisco and San Pablo bays on a clear day. There are a number of drinking fountains and restrooms in the park.
The park extends 2,430 acres along the Wildcat Creek watershed and the surrounding hills and ridges. There is a total of 22 miles of trails consisting 13 miles of fire roads, 6 miles of single track trails and 3 miles of paved trails. There is a large variety of brush and trees as wildflowers and wild animals and many bird species. There are picnic tables in different areas.