Visiting the same parks can seem boring. But environments and conditions always change, offering new experiences. President’s day presented a surprisingly sunny day out at the Sunol Regional Wilderness, coupled with freezing temperatures and a cottony layer of fog. It turned out so popular that the Park rangers halted entry around mid-day due to full parking and long lines at the toll kiosk.
Sunol Regional Wilderness is our go to East Bay Regional Park whenever we’re searching for a park to just get outside of the house. Located, just north of Fremont, it’s hidden away behind a cement factory and unknown to many long time residents.