East Bay Parks to celebrate Juneteenth with ‘Free Park Day’

San Pablo Reservoir plants 1,200 pounds of catfish ahead of Free Fishing Day
Photo credit: East Bay Regional Park District

In celebration of Juneteenth, the East Bay Regional Parks District (EBRPD) will have a Free Park Day on Sunday.

“Park District fees waived on Juneteenth include park entrance, parking, dogs, horses, boat launching, and fishing,” according to EBRPD. “However, the fee waiver does not apply to swimming, camping, reservable picnic facilities (due to capacity limits), District concessions, and state fees for fishing licenses, and watercraft inspections for invasive mussels.”

Also for Juneteenth, the Park District is leading several naturalist-led programs, including a Hike of Celebration and Reflection at Thurgood Marshall Regional Park – Home of the Port Chicago 50.

For more information visit www.ebparks.org/Juneteenth.