Best Trails in Garin Regional Park
The parks rolling hills and narrow valleys were home to years of farming and ranching. Explore the history at the Garin Barn Visitor Center, open weekends in summer. Today the park also features kite flying, hiking, birdwatching, and horseback riding, and picnicking. In fall the park hosts an annual apple festival. At the south end of the park, the Dry Creek Garden is a beautiful spot.
Park Hours: 8am to sunset (varies seasonally)
Fees: $5/vehicle; $2/dog.