Today in Dublin (that's in the East Bay, people) the East Bay Regional Parks District opened its newest park, Dublin Hills, which sports 520 acres of "grassy ridgetop that is breezy and cool nearly 365 days a year." The park has views of San Francisco, Mount Tamalpais, and Mount Diablo. The park also includes Donlan Point, which at an elevation of 1,138 feet above feet level provides scenic value among both trail users and neighboring residents, according to the park district.
· 520-acre Dublin Hills Regional Park opens today [Pleasanton Weekly]
· New Dublin Hills Regional Park to open Thursday on 520 acres [Inside Bay Area]
· East Bay district opens new Dublin Hills park [SF Gate]
· Dublin Hills Regional Open Space Preserve [East Bay Parks]