McLean Design 1401 N Broadway, Walnut Creek, CA94596 McLean Design specializes in strategic branding and packaging design services. The company has worked with numerous…More clients over the years, including The Coca-Cola Company, Nestlé USA, Epson America and Apple.
North Main Apartments 2971 N Main St, Walnut Creek, CA94597 North Main Apartments is nestled at the top of small hill on North Main. This complex features two-bedroom…More units, a pool and on-site laundry facilities. Visit North Main's Web site for a virtual tour and rates.
1990 Cafe Inc 1990 N California Blvd, Walnut Creek, CA94596 Nestled in back of the 1990 building on N. California Street, this quaint little cafe conveniently serves the needs of…More the many professionals who work in the building. They serve an appetizing array of sandwiches, salads and baked items, as well as quick breakfast foods, such as egg and croissant sandwiches. The espresso drinks are brewed from genuine Starbucks beans. Orders can be phoned in and delivered straight to your office. They also offer catering services.
Salon Cartier 2400 Olympic Blvd, Walnut Creek, CA94595 Nestled into a tree-covered plaza close to downtown Walnut Creek, Salon Cartier hair salon can tailor its hair and spa…More services to fit anyone's needs. This salon offers hair-cutting, coloring and styling services, as well as facials, body treatments and waxing. Salon Cartier has been featured in ELLE, Harper's Bazaar and In Style magazines.
Footcandy 1365 N Main St, Walnut Creek, CA94596 The Footcandy store on North Main Street has earned a reputation for stopping women shoppers right in their tracks.…More Gorgeous shoes from all over the world are featured in artistic window displays and nestled in cubbies inside the store. The shop's fabulous collection of popular designs include shoes from Jimmy Choo, Christian Louboutin, Manolo Blahnick and Valentino. Seasonal and year-round sales keep loyal and new customers coming back for more.
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Nestled in a quiet residential area of Northgate, Arbolado Park is a 26-acre park with all the amenities for sports…More lovers, young and old. And the lush green lawn evokes calm and tranquility after a long day of walking through the trails.
What's here: Arbolado Park has all the amenities for sports lovers of all ages. There is a large asphalt area with four basketball hoops, three tennis courts and a large grassy field for soccer, which can be rented out to organized groups. There is also a direct connection to the Iron Horse Trail.
Coolest feature: There are two dual playgrounds catering to all ages. The playground for younger aged kids has three play structures; the biggest with four toddler swings and a twisty slide, the mid-size structure for young climbers just learning to roam through a play structure on their own and a truck shaped play structure for imaginative play. The playground for the older kids has one large play structure with four child swings, a twisty slide, a multi-level climbing area and a roller slide. An orchard with a small trail surrounded by bushes is directly behind this playground where older kids can roam and make believe they are in a jungle or out on an adventure.
Ideal for: Active children and adults can enjoy the large grassy field overlooking of Mount Diablo to rest or have a picnic. Also, children can continue playing on the play structures after a sports game or practice.
How's the sand? The Arbolado Park sand seems to be a favorite among many parents who visit. The sand is fairly medium sized, grainier than fine in texture and easy to dust off small hands and feet.
When you're done playing: The Park is nestled in a residential area without any commercial buildings nearby. The Iron Horse Trail is connected to the park so many running groups meet at the park as a starting point when training for marathons.
Parking? Two parking lots, first by the playground structure and the second one is hard to locate. The lot does not have a sign so visitors must turn into the second driveway in order to locate and park.
Restroom proximity: Public restroom is located near the second parking lot and at the far end of the park. Not ideal for young children.
Safety Concerns? The biggest complaint for parents of young children is the location of the public restroom. It is on the farthest end of the park and many parents opt to leave the park to take their kids to the restroom rather than lugging all their belongings with their children.