has 34 parks totaling 1,272 acres. Swim, ride, fish, sailboard, hike. Why wait?
Celebrating its 50th Anniversary this year, Livermore
area Recreation and Park District provides, recreation facilities and programs for the
66,430 persons living in its 245-square mile area. LARPD operates 34 parks encompassing
1,272 acres. It has been named the number one park district in the State.
The Recreation and Park District also offers preschool and school-aged child care at all
11 Livermore elementary schools, teen programs/trips, a Senior Services Center and Adult
Day Support Center, aquatics, Summer Playground Program, nature walks/programs, enrichment
classes, youth sports, youth camps, adult sports and such special events as Fitness Day,
Easter Egg Hunts, Children's Fair, and the Livermore old-fashioned July 4 Celebration.
Scenic Del Valle Regional Park located nine miles south of town, offers an. extraordinary choice of
recreational and educational activities, including picnicking, swimming, hiking, camping,
horseback riding, windsurfing, boating, fishing and naturalist-led programs.
Shadow Cliffs Regional Park is a haven for water activities. Located between Livermore and Pleasanton
on Stanley Boulevard, this 249-acre park features an 80-acre lake, a four-flume
waterslide, picnic facilities and lots of room for swimming and fishing.
Shadow Cliffs Lake: 80 acres of water surrounded
by 249 acres of parkland.
Del Valle Park: swimming, camping, hiking
Number of Parks: 34 Livermore parks
Number of acres: 1,272 acres of Livermore
Livermore; named the number one park district in
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