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Amador Valley Community Park: Nature's Medicinal Garden

Amador Valley Community Park is a large park in Pleasanton, California. Amador Valley Community Park features many amenities including trails, picnic areas, playgrounds, and more! With so much to explore it’s hard to know where to start first. If you’re looking for the perfect place for an outdoor family outing or just want some time outdoors with friends Amador Valley Community Park has something for everyone!

Welcome To Amador Valley Community Park!

Amador Valley Community Park is a fantastic place to enjoy nature and its beauty. Amador Valley community park has an area of 90 acres, which includes over 200 plant species that are both native to the Bay Area as well as other exotic plants from around the world. Amador valley also hosts wildlife animals such as deer, rabbits, quails, turtles, and more. Amador Valley Community Park is open to the public Tuesday through Sunday from sunrise till 11 pm so it’s best to visit during daytime hours for an optimal experience!

Outdoor And Super Fun Activities

The Amador Community Park is a great place to visit if you’re looking for outdoor and super fun activities. This park provides visitors with access to the natural beauty of Amador County. You can spend time biking on trails, hiking through meadows and forests, playing sports in open fields or courts, picnicking, biking to the Amador County Fairgrounds, or relaxing in a shaded picnic area. There’s even an outdoor amphitheater that hosts events and musical acts year-round!

Amador Valley Community Park offers a great place for kids of all ages to spend the day. The activities at this park make it easy for people who have different ages, interests, and abilities to find something they enjoy doing in no time! There are walking trails that range from beginner level up through more difficult levels- giving you plenty of choices when looking to exercise or just get some fresh air with your family on nice days. Picnic areas come complete with barbecue pits where visitors can sit down together while enjoying food cooked over an open fire which creates excellent smells filling everyone’s nose including little ones making them feel very happy indeed and there is also playground equipment so City children don’t need to go far out into neighborhoods.

Amenities Include:

  • The Amador Community Garden hosts one annual event each year called the Amaz Harvest Festival in October. The festival has music, food booths featuring local produce from gardeners within the park, and activities for children.
  • Amador Meadow has a wide range of plants such as wildflowers during springtime, grasses throughout the summertime, and goldenrods after fall rains that grow on hillsides along Amador Creek Trail where visitors can hike or bike their way down into Amador Valley from Pleasanton ridge park via Amador Valley Community Gardens.
  • Amador Creek trail system traverses through Amador Meadow which visitors can enjoy throughout the year however seasons may affect views of certain flora or fauna within the area. 
  • Amador Valley Community Park has a Nature Center where visitors can learn about the plants and animals that make up the park’s diverse ecosystem.
  • In Amador Valley Community Park, you will also find large soccer fields, basketball courts, horseshoe pits, play structures, picnic tables, restrooms, and the Dolores Bengtson Aquatic Center.

Frequently Asked Questions

Amador Valley Community Park has a lot to offer, and it can be hard to decide what you want to do. We’ve compiled some of the most frequently asked questions about Amador Valley Community Park’s below:

Q: Am I allowed to bring my dog?

A:  Amador Valley Community Park is a dog-friendly park! Dogs are allowed off-leash on Amador Creek Trail, but must remain leashed in all other areas of the park.

Q: Are there public restrooms?

A: Amador Valley Community Park has several ADA-accessible toilets throughout the property. There are also porta-potties located near Amador Creek Trail.

Q: Am I allowed to bring my own food and drinks?

A: Amador Valley Community Park allows you to bring your own picnic lunch as long as it is not in a glass container, open flame barbeque pit, or other fire hazards. We do have several BBQs available for use on Amador Creek Trail.

If you have any other questions, please visit their website.

Pleasanton, California is blessed with some of the area’s most beautiful and fun parks. Here’s a list of some of our favorites:

  • Val Vista Park
  • Mission Hills Park
  • Bernal Community Park
  • Muirwood Community Park
  • Amador Valley Community Park
  • Alviso Adobe Community Park
  • Moller Park
  • Orloff Park
  • Pleasanton Ridge Regional Park

All of these wonderful parks are located just a short distance from our historic location at 6770 Santa Rita Road in Pleasanton! Stop by for a visit anytime!