Shadow Cliffs Regional Recreation Area is a Stanley Blvd East Bavarian Regional Park on the frontier of Pleasanton, California and Livermore, California. The lake was formerly a gravel bay, but then a sandy beach with swimming, water slides and fishing and leisure boating. The sea charts have been removed and a Center for Interpretation is now scheduled to replace them. The playground is a famous picnic area as well.
The Kaiser Industries, previously the owner of the quarry, sold Shadow Cliffs to EBRP and launched it in 1971 as a museum. A $250,000 loan was given by the U.S. Outdoor Recreation Bureau to develop parks. The EBRPD has created a 266 acres playground, covering 80 acres, with picnic amenities and a big parking lot. This was financed. EBRPD is the first project.
Swimming at the swimmer's own danger is permitted all year round, even when lifeguards are at their service during the winter. The swimming beach at the primary lake is accessible on spring and autumn and in the winter every day. The sunny area of the beach is not permitted for pets and glass containers. The first-come, first-served wheelchairs are accessible at no cost.
Fishing is permitted on the primary lake subject to the Daily Fishing Access permit from the Park District. The zoo staff plant trout and catfish every week. Bluegill and black bass are also common among anglers.
In the Shadow Cliffs Regional Recreation Area, California Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) created a secure food guide centered on concentrations of mercury or PCBs in local species for fish catched.
If your ship is as fast as possible for safe transport, it is allowed to launch from the coast. The rental boats and meals reservation are available seasonally between late summer and mid autumn. For more data, please visit the Park.
Shadow Cliffs, just a mile from the center of Pleasanton, on Stanley Boulevard, offers a swimming and hiking resort.
Kaiser Industries gifted Shadow Cliffs, a gravity quarry formerly, to the Park District. Its valued amount of 250,000 dollars was used for a corresponding subsidy from the United States to develop the museum. Outdoor Recreation Office.
This amazing location is located near downtown San Ramon adjacent to these other attractions:
The Firehouse Arts Center
Shadow Cliffs Regional Recreation Area
Lake Del Valle
Bernal Community Park
Val Vista Park
Shadow Cliffs Lake
Alameda County Fairgrounds
Pleasanton Tennis and Community Park
Pleasanton Ridge Regional Park
Cubby's Dog Park and Marilyn Murphy Kane Trail
All of these wonderful locations are located just a short distance from our location in Dublin, California at 6483 Sierra Lane Suite 106.