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Charles Lee Tilden Regional Park Nature Area

Area

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    709.64 acres

Description

Tilden Nature Area is a 740-acre preserve located just North of Tilden Regional Park. With over 10 miles of hiking trails, the preserve contains a blend of native and introduced plant communities, including oak/bay woodlands, grasslands, eucalyptus forests, and streams. Hikes range from the leisurely, self-guided Jewel Lake Nature Trail to a vigorous climb up Wildcat Peak (elevation 1,211 ft.) for panoramic, San Francisco Bay views. A 750-foot boardwalk through the woods leads to Jewel Lake, a historic reservoir and waterworks, and a peaceful place to watch wildlife.

At Tilden Nature Area one can also find the renowned Environmental Education Center (EEC), the headquarters for the area's interpretive programs, and the historic Little Farm.

Allowed Activities
Biking
Hiking
Camping
Good For
Families

Additional Information

Accessibility Description

The Environmental Education Center (EEC) is accessible to persons with disabilities. It has accessible parking and facilities.