Tilden Park

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Tilden Park

Address:Wildcat Canyon Road
Berkeley, CA 94703

Phone:510-562-7275
Web: www.ebparks.org
Size: 2,077 acres.
Location:East Bay area of Berkeley, with entrances off Wildcat Canyon Road and Grizzly Peak Boulevard.
Facilities:Picnic areas, swimming beach with lifeguards, equestrian camping facilities, 18-hole golf course with driving range and pro shop, 10-acre botanical garden, educational farm, hiking and biking trails.
Activities:Camping, swimming, fishing, horseback riding and equestrian camping, golfing, hiking, bicycling.
Special Features:The park includes an antique carousel, a scaled-down steam train that offers rides along one of the park's scenic ridges, and the Brazil Building, which contains the interior from the Brazilian exhibit at the 1939 World's Fair.

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You can certainly find space to stretch your legs in 2,077-acre Tilden Regional Park.
Vollmer Peak is the starting point for a scenic hike or mountain-bike exploration of Tilden Regional Park.
For an easy family hike, jump onto the 31-mile-long East Bay Skyline National Trail at Inspiration Point in Tilden Regional Park.
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Annual sale of California native plants at Regional Parks Botanic Garden, Tilden Regional Park, intersection of Wildcat Canyon Rd.
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