The fishing of the primary lake is permitted subject to a daily fishing permit from the Park District. The zoo staff plant trout and catfish every week. Bluegill and black bass are also common among anglers.
A secure food consultation for fish captured in the Shadow Cliffs Regional Recreation Region depending on concentrations of mercury or PCBs in locally-funded species has already been created by the California Office of the Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA).
Kaiser Industries sold Shadow Cliffs, a former gravel quarry, to EBRP and launched in 1971 as the museum. A $250,000 loan for playground growth was given by the U.S. Outdoor Recreation Bureau. The EBRPD thus financed a 266 acres park, which include a lake of 80 hectares, picnic areas and a big parking area. The park comprises a total of 1,080,000 m2.
The Regional Recreation Area of Shadow Cliffs is an Eastern Bay Regional Park (EBRP) on the Stanley Blvd boundary with Pleasanton, California and Livermore, California. The lake had once been a gravel pit, but then had a sandy beach that included pool and water slides. Now the water slides have been removed and an interpretive center is scheduled to replace them. The playground is also a favorite picnic area.
Swimming is permitted throughout the year at the danger of the swimmer, even if lifeguards are in service during winter. The primary lake's swimming beach and a cooling shed accessible every weekend in spring, autumn and every day in winter. The beach rocky regions are not permitted for pets and glass containers. Beach wheelchairs on first-come, first-served grounds are accessible at no cost.
In 1971, Shadow Cliffs was given to Kaiser Industries to the District of Park and launched as a school. The museum was once gravel quarry. The amount of its $250,000 evaluation was used to receive a matched subsidy from the US to develop the museum. Outdoor Recreation Office.
This is the beginning of the development of Park District a 266 acre park with a 62 acre lake, extensive storage facilities and a picnic area. Facilities for disabled people are available.
In addition to the primary lake, Shadow Cliffs has an arroyo with a cluster of lakes and lakes. Here there is no swim or boating; the shaded regions and the calm seas provide a calm refuge during the warm summer days.
This amazing location is located near downtown San Ramon adjacent to these other attractions:
Cubby's Dog Park and Marilyn Murphy Kane Trail
The Firehouse Arts Center
Bernal Community Park
Shadow Cliffs Regional Recreation Area
Alameda County Fairgrounds
Pleasanton Ridge Regional Park
Lake Del Valle
Shadow Cliffs Lake
Pleasanton Tennis and Community Park
Val Vista Park
All of these wonderful locations are located just a short distance from our location in Dublin, California at 6483 Sierra Lane Suite 106.