Almond Avenue Park 1525 Almond Ave, Livermore, CA94550 Almond Avenue Park opened in 1969 and is named after the almond orchards it replaced. The park is on six acres and…More contains a tot lot, group picnic area, barbecue pits, picnic tables and hiking/bicycling trails.
Altamont Creek Park 6800 Altamont Creek Dr, Livermore, CA94551 Altamont Creek Park was dedicated on June 24, 2000. The six-acre park features a tot lot, picnic tables, soccer field,…More hiking/bicycle trails, softball areas and backstops.
Del Valle Regional Park 7000 Del Valle Rd, Livermore, CA94550 Under the authority of the East Bay Regional Park District, Del Valle Regional Park offers visitors a wide range of…More recreation options. The centerpiece of the park is a five-mile-long lake framed by oak-covered hills, as well as 28 miles of back country trails ideal for hiking, horseback riding and nature study.
Robertson Community Park 3200 Robertson Park Rd, Livermore, CA94550 Robertson Community Park opened in 1966. It contains a group picnic area, picnic tables, soccer fields, riding arenas…More and stadium, horse trails, hiking and bicycle trails, restrooms, horseshoe pits and softball fields. More than half of the park's 133 acres was purchased from the Tobin family, which requested the park be named after their relative, Dr. John Robertson, an early Livermore physician who founded the Livermore Sanitarium.