Tassajara Creek Regional Park (TCRP) is a park near Dublin in the U.S. state of California, one of the most obscure parks in the East Bay Regional Park System. It is located adjacent to the eastern boundary of Camp Parks and was developed as a staging site for the Tassajara Creek Regional Trail in 1991. Due to the small size of TCRP—27 acres (11 ha)—and the presence of a security fence along the Camp Parks boundary, human and wildlife use of the park is limited.

 

The services are limited. There's just one picnic table and one short hiking trail, but the place is rarely crowded. One writer argued that TCRP had filled an important void in the park district offerings, writing, "This is a really fun place for young children and puppies to experience the first hike."

 

The park is very small, and mostly only feeds on a large paved road that acts as a green belt for the Dublin neighborhood. This is good because the broad path allowed a lot of space for social distancing. r The path is not busy, but some of the neighborhood kids are walking with their parents on this fine spring day.

 

In reality, the park is so small that it doesn't even have its own page on the EBRPD website. In reality, the best online writing about the park is from the Livermore Patch. Instead, the knowledge is looped into the much longer Iron Horse Trail. Although the Tassajara Creek Regional Trail does not connect directly with the Iron Horse Trail, walkers, bikers and even equestrians can take the Dublin Trail to the southernmost tip of this long trail that runs along the old Southern Pacific Railroad.

 

Tassajara Creek Regional Park TCRP is a recreation center near Dublin in the U.S. territory of California, one of the most cloud stops in the East Bay Regional Park System. It is situated adjacent to the eastern boundary of Camp Parks and was founded in 1991 as an organizing office for the Tassajara Creek Regional Trail. In view of the limited size of TCRP—27 parts of land 11 hectares — and the presence of a security fence along the Camp Parks boundary, the use of the recreation center by both people and untamed life is restricted. Comfort is insignificant.

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

  • Dublin Hills Regional Park

  • Donlon Point Staging

  • Calaveras Ridge Regional Trail

  • Alamo Creek Park

  • The Preserve Area Trails

  • Tassajara Ridge Staging Area 

  • Positano Hills Park

  • Emerald Glen Park

 

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