Drop-In programs do not take online registrations.
*Junior Lifeguard Aide, Junior Lifeguard Cadet, Park'n It Leaders-In-Training, and some Docent Trainings require an application process. Please read the activity description of those programs for more details.*
COYOTE HILLS REGIONAL PARK - Ohlones from several tribes will share their culture, including music, song, dance, and stories. They'll discuss contemporary cultural involvements, and demonstrate basket, jewelry, soaproot brush, and dogbane string making. Visit a more than two-thousand-year-old village site, play an Ohlone game, try making fire without matches, or make a miniature tule boat. Taste native plant teas, manzanita cider and, in the afternoon, acorn soup cooked with heated stones in a basket. Drop in anytime. Parent participation required. Parking fees apply where charged. No registration required; Drop-in program only. For information, call (510) 544-3220.
Coyote Hills: Visitors Center
East Bay Regional Park District