Augustin Bernal Park
Visit beautiful Augustin Bernal Park, the City of Pleasanton’s 237-acre natural jewel located on the Pleasanton Ridge. The City park, and the adjacent park land of East Bay Regional Park District, provides an opportunity to appreciate magnificent views of the valley, enjoy a diverse array of native plant life and, with luck, see some of the birds and animals that call the Ridge home.
Located on Pleasanton Ridge, Augustin Bernal Park has a staging area open for public use. Access to the beautiful seven-acre staging area, located at 8200 Golden Eagle Way, is through the main gate to Golden Eagle Farms, a gated residential community.
Fun Fact: Augustin Bernal Community Park has the greatest length of hiking trails in Pleasanton!
Access for Residents: A guard is on duty at the gate during daylight hours. Show the guard proof of residency. A driver’s license, Amador or Foothill High School Student card, City of Pleasanton Employee Identification card, or a City water bill accompanied by a photo I.D. is adequate. One piece of identification required per car; each bicyclist or hiker must provide an I.D., and each may have one guest.
Access for Non-Residents: Nonresidents can apply for a one week pass at the Community Services Department, Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm and on Saturday and Sunday, 10:00am-4:00pm at the Alviso Adobe Community Park. One non-resident day pass admits a vehicle, bicyclist or hiker.