Mount Diablo State Park N Gate Rd & Summit Rd, Walnut Creek, CA94595 Each season, Mount Diablo State Park has something new and special to offer, from wildflowers and stunning rock…More formations to wildlife and vistas that reach past the Golden Gate Bridge. Hiking, bicycling and horseback riding excursions are all welcome here, as are camping and rock climbing. The visitor center features exhibitions about the history of the park and its ecosystems. There is also an observation deck with telescopes and there is also a gift shop on site. Dogs are limited to developed areas such as picnic areas and campsites and must be leashed at all times. Campers and trailers may not exceed 20 feet in length.
The Y 100 Wilson Rd, Alamo, CA94507 This local branch of the larger Bay Area Mount Diablo Region Y -formerly the YMCA- offers before and after school child…More care services directly on the Alamo School campus in a seperate building. Children's days are structured with activity, play and snacks. The children are always under adult supervision.
The Athenian School 2100 Mount Diablo Scenic Blvd, Danville, CA94506 The Athenian School's campus spreads across 75 acres of rolling hills at the base of Mt. Diablo. Founded in 1965 by the…More Ford Foundation's Dyke Brown, Athenian's proximity to San Francisco provides students with unique cultural, theatrical and athletic opportunities. The school's students come from locations throughout the East Bay to far outside the United States to take advantage of Athenian's rigorous college prep program and become a part of its diverse community. Athenian's mission is to 'offer a challenging academic program with a difference: intellectual inquiry is active, learning is interactive, the disciplines are interrelated, and analysis and creativity thrive simultaneously. The acquisition of knowledge becomes authentic and joyous.' Total enrollment in the Athenian's Middle and Upper schools is about 450 students and Eric Niles currently serves as the Head of School.