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Quarry Lakes Regional Recreation Area, Fremont
(4.6/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Good trail with numerous lakes, activity bars, wildlife and different terrains. Absoutely stunning scenery even on the overcast days. 
  • This is one place in brown California which is still green and the lakes add to the atmosphere. The place is not overcrowded and there are two gazebos which can be reserved for family or other events....  more »
  • Natacao, pesca, divertimento. A great area, great walking trails, clean and safe. Took my grandchildren there in summer. 
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  • Nice big open space. Tons of parking. Was there during the weekday, not crowded at all, not sure what it's like during the weekends. Great walking trails, fun exploring the fruit trees! Was a blast tasting the tropical fruits. Nice cactus garden too! Great fishing place! Can't wait to return!
  • If you go for what it is, it's worth all 5 stars. This is a quiet, paved hiking area that winds between trees and lakes. Kids may be a little bored unless you're actively engaging them or letting them run around. If they have energy and love the outdoors - this may be a great way to go. Fun watching the birds bicker over territory, great breeze, and some of the lakes are surrounded with pretty green space. Wonderful retreat in the middle of a large city. This area does welcome horses - that may give you an idea of what to expect.
  • Very peaceful. Not too many visitors. Great parking. Need to buy a parking ticket though.
  • This is a regional park, built on land that used to be gravel quarrys. The lakes in them are part of the local water table, and do have some fish in them. There is an artificial beach, and a segregated swimming area. Park entrance is free to walk or bike in, but it will cost vehicles. Nothing too exciting here, but a good place to relax and walk around the lakes.
  • This lake is really peaceful and quiet. If you are looking for a place to relax. This just might be it.