September 22, 2017 Estate Planning Seminar at Fern Cottage at Kennedy Grove Regional Recreation Area

  • From northbound I-80 (Richmond), take the San Pablo Dam Road exit and turn right. Proceed through El Sobrante on San Pablo Dam Road to the park entrance, about .25 mile south of the intersection with Castro Ranch Road.
  • From southbound I-80 (Richmond), take the San Pablo Dam Road exit and turn left. Proceed through El Sobrante on San Pablo Dam Road to the park entrance, about .25 mile south of the intersection with Castro Ranch Road.
  • From Highway 24 (Oakland/Orinda/Walnut Creek), take Highway 24 to the Orinda exit and turn north on Camino Pablo, which becomes San Pablo Dam Road. Proceed north on San Pablo Dam Road, past the San Pablo Dam Recreation Area entrance, for about one mile to the Kennedy Grove entrance.

October 20, 2017 Estate Planning Seminar at the Beach House at Temescal

  • From eastbound Highway 24 in Oakland, exit at Broadway. At the light, make a wide left turn onto Broadway and immediately bear right. DO NOT go under the freeway. Follow Broadway approximately one mile. Turn right at the Beach House gate.
  • From westbound Highway 24 in Oakland,If you are approaching from the Walnut Creek area, go through the Caldecott Tunnel in the right lane of the right bore. As you exit the tunnel, take the Tunnel Road exit, turn left, left again onto the freeway overpass (Caldecott Lane), and turn right onto Broadway. Proceed .7 mile to the Beach House gate on the left.
  • From northbound Highway 13 in Oakland, Take Highway 13 to Highway 24 (toward the Caldecott Tunnel). Stay in the right lane. Take Old Tunnel Road exit, keep right (now on Broadway). Go .7 mile to the Beach House gate on the left.

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  • Our active and fearless group loves going outdoors and the East Bay Regional Park District creates very user friendly experiences for us. – Gina Lombardi Gravert, Supervisor Martinez Senior Center

  • I just enjoy being out with my family and dog; it's so peaceful and beautiful. You're having fun even if it’s wet and muddy. I’m like a little kid out there. – Gary Savell, Army Veteran Member

  • I donate to the East Bay Mountain Lion Project because these majestic creatures live and roam free in our parks! – Raj Hajela, Foundation Administrator and RPF Donor