Dublin Hills Regional Park is approximately 654 acres in the undeveloped open-space corridor of the main ridge that connects Donlon Point on the Park's southern border to Wiedemann Hill on neighboring private property to the north. It is interspersed with a steep-sided canyon. The Park's trails provide local access and provide excellent views for hikers, bikers and horseback riders. The Calaveras Ridge Trail starts near the Schaefer Ranch and takes you to grassland areas largely untouched since the 1800s.

 

To get to Dublin Hills: from I-680 southbound in San Ramon, take Exit 31, exit San Ramon Valley Blvd. Turn left onto San Ramon Valley Blvd. San Ramon Valley Blvd. is San Ramon Lane. Go south to Dublin Blvd. and turn right (west). Keep heading west on Dublin Blvd. for two miles. There's a staging area on the right. From I-680 northbound in Dublin, take exit 31, exit Alcosta Blvd. Turn left onto Alcosta, turn left onto San Ramon Road again. Go south to Dublin Blvd. and turn right (west). Keep heading west on Dublin Blvd. for two miles. There's a staging area on the right. From I-580 eastbound or westbound, take Exit 44A, exit San Ramon Road / Foothill Road and turn north onto San Ramon Road / Foothill Road to Dublin Blvd. Turn west on Dublin Blvd. and drive for two miles. The Donlon Point staging area is on the right side.

 

The Park's trails, including the Calaveras Ridge Regional Trail, provide local access and provide excellent views for hikers, bikers and horseback riders. The Calaveras Ridge Trail starts near the construction of the Schaefer Ranch and will soon take you to grassland areas largely untouched since the 1800s.

 

Dublin Hills has many small valleys and swales that accumulate and drain seasonally into Palomares Creek and Dublin Creek, situated south of I-580. Several streams and springs sustain seasonal flow through the steep drainage of the park. Most of these streams begin in open grassland and drain into thick, vibrant, coastal oak and California Bay woodland.

 

Much of Dublin Hills' rock geology consists of shale, sandstone, and conglomerate. Sandstone and conglomerate units form ridges and ridges, while the hills and valleys are underneath with a softer shale.

If you are considering going for a hike in Dublin, California, make sure to check out these other amazing trails:

  • Dublin Hills Regional Park

  • Calaveras Ridge Regional Trail

  • Tassajara Creek Regional Park

  • Alamo Creek Park

  • The Preserve Area Trails

  • Tassajara Ridge Staging Area 

  • Positano Hills Park

  • Emerald Glen Park

 

After visiting any of these lovely trails 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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