Hayward Regional Shoreline

Description


Hayward Regional Shoreline is a regional park located on the shores of the San Francisco Bay in Hayward, California. It is part of the East Bay Regional Parks system. The park extends to the shores of San Lorenzo. Part of the park is former commercial salt flats purchased in 1996. A former landfill, now capped with soil and plants, is located in the park. Located to the south of the park is the Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center, which provides information on the Bay shore habitats. Go to the map ⬆⬆

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Public transportation

  1. Aeropuerto Internacional de Oakland
  2. Castro Valley (Metro de San Francisco)

Populated areas, municipalities, cities and towns

  1. Fairview (California)
  2. Hayward (California)
  3. Union City (California)
  4. Ashland, California

what to see / tourism / architecture and monuments

  1. Hayward (Metro de San Francisco)
  2. South Hayward (Metro de San Francisco)
  3. Hayward (BART station)
  4. South Hayward (BART station)

Roads

  1. Interestatal 238
  2. Ruta Estatal de California 185
  3. Ruta Estatal de California 61

what to see / tourism / religious buildings, churches and places of worship

  1. Bishop O'Dowd High School

Geographical features

  1. Arrowhead Marsh

Valleys

  1. Castro Valley, California

what to see / tourism / religious buildings, churches and places of worship / mosques

  1. Alameda Muslim League

Demolished buildings and structures

  1. Centennial Hall Convention Center

Other interest places

  1. Oakland Zoo
  2. Sorenson, California

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