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Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge

Fremont, CA

(510) 792-0222

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1 Marshlands Rd Fremont, CA, 94555
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  • Dell Fischer 5 days ago

    There are some wonderful bike trails here. You can circumnavigate a good portion of the South Bay. There is a restroom in the parking lot and there are interpretive signs. There are two Mexican restaurants nearby, both of which are good.

  • Sebastien D. 5 days ago

    These salt evaporation ponds are super nice to walk around and see the wildlife. It smells a little in some places but it isn't overwhelming. Would recommend!

  • R Mitchell 45 days ago

    Great place to walk the trails, with or without your pet. Plenty of ground squirrels to distract your furry friend. There's also fishing near the bridge as well. It is also "THE" place to go to watch fireworks from the top of the hill. From that hill you could see just about the entire Peninsula, almost!

  • Larry Castrence 46 days ago

    I was visiting for one of the assignments i had for class. What I really liked about this place is the really cool sight of the colorful salt ponds, as well as the wetland full of animals, birds, and other organisms alike. All the way through the park are hiking trails that aren't too demanding and waves of tall grass all over the hills. One thing i recommend doing while there is getting to the tallest hill and just looking onto the horizon no matter what time of day! By the way, if you are sensitive to allergies like me, i suggest taking something for it to have a more enjoyable experience.

  • Meghan Maugeri 55 days ago

    While Don Edwards sometimes has some pungent smells, it is still a great park. There is always open parking and being by the water means it usually has a cool breeze even on the hottest of days. This time of year is great too as the ducks and geese are out with their babies.

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