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Red Willow Park is located in Contra Costa County , California specifically at 190 Red Willow road, San Ramon, California. Red Willow Park is a park that offers outdoor recreation and nature conservation. The Park is a public space open to the general public and offers open spaces under the supervision of the San Ramon Parks Department.


6 parks within 3 miles of Red Willow Park:


  • Mosaic Park (San Ramon, CA-1.4 miles away)

  • Sycamore Valley Park (Danville, CA-1.9 miles away)

  • San Ramon Central Park (San Ramon, CA-2.3 miles away)

  • Limerick Park (San Ramon, CA-2.6 miles away)

  • Six Pillars Park (San Ramon, CA-2.9 miles away)

  • Osage Station Park (Danville, CA-3.5 miles away)


The park is a small neighborhood park with a large children's play structure and a small league tee ball field. There's also a great walking path where you can walk up a steep hill. While I was at for a 1-year-old birthday party at this park, I noticed how cool this park was.


This park has its own small parking lot, which will accommodate about 18 cars, nice enclosed park toilets and lots of mature trees that provide shade. This would be a great park to get the kids to run around and get some energy out of it.


Red Willow Park is a sweet little park at the end of a cul de sac that could be easily missed. There are a few parking spots and the park is fully loaded with a playground, picnic benches, and bathrooms.The SR hiking challenge has it as a 2.24 mile hike starting at red willow park and then descending with a hidden crest loop. Apparently the hidden crest loop was really hidden. There were different trails in different directions. 


You can find the short trail and back right after passing the bathrooms. You start with a steep incline at first, but nothing too major. Once you get to the highest part of the incline, remember to turn around and take in that beautiful view! Along the way you'll see flowers and wildlife such as unique birds. Spring is the perfect time since everything is so green and in full bloom. A word of caution, stay in the middle of the path since getting too close to the outside with high trees, you may find some other wildlife. Definitely a good place to go to.

This amazing must-see site is conveniently located near some of Blackhawk’s other top attractions. Make sure to check them out on your next visit: 


  • Blackhawk Country Club

  • Blackhawk Plaza 

  • Blackhawk Museum

  • Oyster Point

  • Sycamore Valley Regional Open Space Preserve 

  • Las Trampas Regional Wilderness Park

  • Morgan territory Regional Preserve

  • Diablo Vista Park


After visiting these lovely attractions make sure to stop by and say “Hello” to us at our downtown Danville location, DPG Pavers Danville Location on 4115 Blackhawk Plaza Circle!

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