10 Great East Bay Parks for Spring Wildflowers
The East Bay Regional Parks are awash with colorful spring wildflower blooms.
As winter turns to spring the east bay parks transform into a beautiful sight as wildflowers begin to bloom from about the end of March through beginning of May.
Check out their new Wildflowers in Your Parks webpage dedicated to this favorite springtime sight.
By preserving open spaces and safeguarding the land through effective management of invasive species, the East Bay Regional Park District helps ensure the survival of beautiful native flowers.
10 Great East Bay Parks to see Beautiful Spring Blooms
- Anthony Chabot Regional Park
- Black Diamond Mines Regional Preserve
- Briones Regional Park
- Del Valle Regional Park
- Las Trampas Wilderness Regional Preserve
- Pleasanton Ridge Regional Park
- Serpentine Prairie Resource Protection Area at Reinhardt Redwood Regional Park
- Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve
- Sunol Wilderness Regional Preserve
- Vargas Plateau Regional Park