Quarry Lakes Regional Recreational Area

City , Park / Open Space

History is everywhere in the area of Quarry Lakes Regional Recreation Area in Fremont. Native Americans inhabited the region for millennia before the arrival of Europeans, notably in the sites that are now preserved at Coyote Hills Regional Park west of Quarry Lakes.

Quarry Lakes incorporates the historic boundaries of two Mexican ranchos and the former Mission San Jose lands. Alameda Creek was the original boundary between Contra Costa and Santa Clara Counties. Alameda County was carved out of these two counties in 1853 and was named after the creek that drains it.

The quarries for which Quarry Lakes Regional Recreation Area is named were established in the mid-19th century. Gravel taken from the banks of Alameda Creek was used in the construction of the transcontinental railroad's western section.

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2100 Isherwood Way, Fremont, CA

+1 888.327.2757

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Quarry Lakes Regional Recreational Area Event Calendar


Bay Area Superhero Heart Run

9:00 AM - 1:00 PM at Quarry Lakes Regional Recreational Area

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