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Hidden Lakes Park

Morello Ave & Chilpancingo Pkwy, Martinez, CA 94553

Hidden Lakes Park in Martinez, California is a beautiful urban oasis that's located on the border of Contra Costa and Alameda County. The park offers many different opportunities for fun, including water sports like kayaking and fishing as well as nature activities such as hiking trails and bird watching. 

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If you like fishing, this park has the largest lake in Contra Costa County--you might even catch some trout! There are lots of trails and open spaces to explore so you can be active. There are also plenty of spots to have a picnic or barbecue with friends! The park features picnic benches, bike paths, parking lots, public restrooms with showers.


Amenities and Features

  • Two ballfields 

  • Basketball Court,

  • Sand Volleyball Court

  • Multi-use Field 

  • Jogging Track 

  • Concession Building 

  • Restroom

  • Play Areas 

  • Trails leading to Hidden Valley Park and surrounding the lake are available.

  • Large Parking Lot 

  • All picnic sites are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

  • Fishing- To fish on the lake, you'll need a fishing license.


A great place for all ages. It's an ideal spot for families with young children because there are playgrounds, and it's also perfect for dog lovers!


In addition to being a recreational destination, it is also one of the oldest parks in the area. The best part of it all is that no matter what season it is, there will always be some kind of wildlife around to see. No matter if it's deer grazing or birds flying through trees, there will always be something interesting happening at Hidden Lakes Park.  It is home to many local animals including deer, raccoons, geese, and more.


With more than 17 miles of trails and an abundance of natural beauty, you'll never be bored here!  The hillside in this park has many trails to choose from, and they're all short routes that are perfect for a quick outing. You can also take on the more challenging treks by linking other paths nearby. 


The fact that there's an impressive elevation difference between some of these hikes is nice—you'll get rewarded with gorgeous sights as you journey up one slope after another before finally reaching breathtaking views over the city below! This hidden gem is open 7 days a week year-round from 8 am to sunset and allows pets on leash.


Whether you want some time away from the hustle and bustle or just need to get out into nature for a bit, there's something for everyone. It's well worth checking it out if this sounds like your scene.

Pleasant Hill, California is blessed with some of the area’s most amazing parks. Here’s a list of some of our favorites:

  • Pleasant Hill Park

  • Rodgers-Smith Park

  • Paso Nogal Park

  • Las Juntas Open Space

  • Pleasant Oaks Park

  • Frank Salfingere Park

  • Dinosaur Hill Park

  • Willow Pass Community Park 

All of these wonderful parks are located just a short distance from our location at 609 Gregory Lane, Suite #220 in Pleasant Hill! Stop by for a visit anytime!

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