Sycamore Grove Park

Sycamore Grove Park

Sycamore Grove Park has two public entrances, one on Wetmore Road and one on Arroyo Road. Parking and restrooms are available at both entrances.

A 2.5-mile long paved path connects the two parking lots. A number of other dirt paths branch off along the way allowing you to explore a variety of habitats and choose whether you would like to enjoy a leisurely stroll over relatively flat terrain or climb into the hills for fabulous views across the Livermore Valley.

The park is home to a variety of wildlife. Along the Arroyo Del Valle you might see frogs, pond turtles, dragonflies, ducks or even muskrats. In addition to this riparian area there are grassland and oak woodland habitats. Deer, ground squirrels, butterflies, lizards and birds such as red-tail hawks, white-tail kites, scrub jays, magpies and meadowlarks are just few of the animals you might spot in these areas.

• For the safety of pets, people and wildlife – pets must be leashed at all times while in the park.

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