Pleasant Hill Park, Pleasant Hill

San Francisco, CA

Pleasant Hill Park is a large park with two colorful play areas, a public pool, and beautiful redwood trees. It is located in the fairly boring suburb of Pleasant Hill but it's a nice place to spend a morning with your kids. There's some interesting play equipment- one looks like a UFO. A gated area has a playground for toddlers with tunnels and a rock climbing wall. The best playground is the one surrounded by handprints painted on tile. Here there are tire swings, a structure with interesting steps to balance on, a tunnel slide, a disc you can stand on and spin yourself around, and climbies that arch up high. All around are wonderful healthy redwood trees. This is the great thing about Northern California!
There is a great cafe called Corner Bakery Cafe, a Peet's Coffee, and a Jamba Juice (feel healthy after a drinking a juicer juice!) just a block east of here in Downtown Pleasant Hill. 
Sick of the burbs? Head over to the wild city of Berkeley.

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The redwood trees.

The toddler playground.

Tire swings!

The disc you stand and spin on.

The tunnel slide and climbies.

From Highway 680 northbound, exit at Contra Costa Blvd. From Contra Costa Blvd, turn left on Gregory Lane. The parking lot is on your right.
From Highway 680 southbound, exit at Gregory Lane. Head west on Gregory Lane and the park is on your right.
Corner Bakery Cafe, 35 Crescent Dr, Pleasant Hill 94523, call (925) 363-6267‎.

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