Garin Regional Park, CA
Garin Regional Park is a regional park located in Hayward, California, that is part of the East Bay Regional Parks system. It shares a contiguous border with sister park Dry Creek Pioneer Regional Park. The park is the site of the former Garin Ranch, sold by Andrew J. Garin to the district in 1966.
The park contains a small historic apple orchard with heirloom varieties. The park hosts the Garin Apple Festival in late Summer, with apples available for tasting.
Garin Regional Park is located in Hayward, California
Visitors can enjoy a variety of activities including picknicking, hiking, and horseback riding.
Backpacking is allowed at this park.
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Alerts and Important Information
Getting There:GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
From I-880, exit at Whipple Road and head east toward the hills. When you reach Mission Blvd, continue straight onto May Road. From I-580 eastbound (Oakland, Berkeley, etc.), take the I-238 exit and keep left for downtown Hayward. Continue onto Foothill Blvd for about 2 miles. Take a slight left onto Mission Blvd. Follow Mission Blvd for about 5.5 miles and then turn left onto May Road. From I-580 westbound (Tri-Valley Area), take the Strobridge Avenue exit. At the end of the ramp turn right onto Strobridge Avenue. At the first stop light turn left onto Castro Valley Blvd. Follow Castro Valley Blvd under the freeway and then turn left onto Foothill Blvd. Continue on Foothill Blvd for about 2 miles. Take a slight left onto Mission Blvd. Follow Mission Blvd for about 5.5 miles and then turn left onto May Road.
Mailing Address:Garin Regional Park
1320 Garin Avenue
Hayward CA 94544
Phone Number:Information: 1-888-327-2757 x4530