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Tilden Regional Park

  • Wildcat Canyon Rd. and South Park Dr. Map It
  • Park/Playground

Updated 05/02/2014

Fodor's Review

The Regional Parks Botanic Garden is the star of this beautiful 2,000-acre park in the hills east of the U.C. Berkeley campus. Botanically speaking, a stroll through the garden, which focuses on native plants of California, provides a whirlwind tour of the entire state. At the garden's visitors center, you can pick up information about Tilden's other attractions, including its picnic spots, Lake Anza swimming site, golf course, and hiking trails (the paved Nimitz

Way, at Inspiration Point, is a popular hike with wonderful views, especially at sunset). Children love Tilden Park's miniature steam trains; Little Farm, where kids can feed the animals; and the vintage carousel with wooden animals.

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Sight Information

Address:

Regional Parks Botanic Garden, Wildcat Canyon Rd. and South Park Dr., Berkeley, California, 94701, United States

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Phone:

510-544–2747

Sight Details:

  • Free to park and botanic garden
  • Daily 8 am–10 pm

Updated 05/02/2014

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