Kennedy Grove Regional Recreation Area

Description

Kennedy Grove Regional Recreation Area is an East Bay Regional Parks facility located at the foot of the San Pablo Dam in Richmond, California. This 222-acre (0.90 km) park, opened in 1967, is named after the late U.S. President John F. Kennedy. The park features a large number of eucalyptus trees planted in 1910. In the late century, the area which now comprises the park was traversed by the California and Nevada Railroad. Go to the map ⬆⬆

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You can find around this zone pois of interest and places relates with Populated areas, municipalities, cities and towns, Public transportation, Roads, what to see / tourism / parks and commons, Rail Infraestructure

Populated areas, municipalities, cities and towns

  1. East Richmond Heights
  2. El Sobrante (condado de Contra Costa, California)
  3. Rollingwood (California)
  4. Tara Hills
  5. Bayview (condado de Contra Costa, California)
  6. Montalvin
  7. Pinole, California
  8. Crockett (California)
  9. Port Costa
  10. Rodeo (California)

Public transportation

  1. El Cerrito del Norte (Metro de San Francisco)

Roads

  1. Richmond Parkway

what to see / tourism / parks and commons

  1. Richmond Country Club

Rail Infraestructure

  1. Cal-P Line

Other interest places

  1. Estación Richmond
  2. Richmond, California
  3. Richmond High School (Richmond, California)
  4. Hercules Station & Terminal
  5. Kennedy Grove Regional Recreation Area
  6. Carquinez Strait Powerline Crossing

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