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Sunol Regional Wilderness, Sunol

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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4.7/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web
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  • Sunol regional is nice. I like that it's spread out and trails don't get crowded. There are different levels of difficulties. There is also what is known as 'Little Yosemite' it is a small waterfall a...  read more »
  • Guests can enjoy a hiking is somewhat far from Silicon Valley, easily good feelings. Ranger at the visitor center through a Hayfield Road through the High Valley Camp, was recommended to the Flag Hill trail course is excellent. Guests can enjoy a good 2-3 hours here in Wisconsin. Equipped trail of the thorn grass areas. Shorts for your need attention.
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  • We came here after the 4th attempt because of the rains. By the time it became sunny, its almost summer. We missed the green hills, the many blooms and the nice breeze. Overall it was a fun day. We ca...  read more »
  • Nice park with lots bbq/ camping area and shades. Toilet available inside the park as well and it's not that dirty. The best thing is there are little pounds and waters here and there in the park for kids. There might be fire hazard so check beforehand to see if bbq is allowed during hot/dry seasons. Park entrance fee is $5 per car.
  • This is our favorite of the East Bay Regional Parks. We have been hiking here as a family for years and come several times a year to enjoy the changing seasons. The hike to Little Yosemite is favorite along the creek. For those interested in hiking without any crowds, check out McQuirre (sp) look off of Welch Creek Road. This is apart of the park but the access is before you get to the main entrance.
  • I really enjoyed the wildflowers and views in the springtime. Lots of group hikes on the weekends but the place is big enough that if you wanted to avoid the crowds you could still find a less traveled trail. It costs 5 dollars a day and the park filled up by noon on a Sunday. When I left there was a line of cars waiting to enter so I would recommend coming early on a weekend, especially if the weather is nice. I didn't have cell service in the park so if you are arranging to meet somebody be sure to arrange everything beforehand.
  • Tends to get a bit busy, but this place is a gem. Lots of trails along the water, and high-reaching slopes that give you great views. Green, green, green, all pack a lunch and enjoy the fresh air!
  • Great place to hike, nice views and trails for every level of hiker. Beautiful stream and Little Yosemite is a must see. Horse trails, wild Turkey's and lots of shady trees. Be alert for mountain lions.
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