Parks to People: Bringing our parks into virtual classrooms, homes, and communities
East Bay Regional Park District is committed to the idea of lifelong learning, helping people make their own discoveries about our parks. These digital resources are designed to be used in educators’ virtual classrooms, at home, or part of any online learning. Use these resources to build your own learning.
Educator's Resources and Live Virtual Field Trips
Each of our visitor centers offer a variety of Live Virtual Field Trips designed for educators. Hosted by naturalists, they cover an assortment of environmental education topics relating to our parks. These programs are free to public school teachers and community organizations in Alameda and Contra Costa counties.
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Live Virtual Programs
Designed for easy access for the public, join one of our naturalists for a scheduled Live Virtual Program. All programs can be viewed via Facebook App and/or Zoom app.
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East Bay Regional Park District and Timelooper, Inc. have developed virtual tours of selected Regional Parks. People can now virtually visit the parks to discover more about these lands and their unique stories.
To experience the parks in Virtual Reality, please download the Timelooper App onto a tablet or smartphone from the App Store or Google Play. Once the App is downloaded onto your device, follow the steps below to find East Bay Regional Park District’s Virtual Reality Experiences.
Once the App is downloaded onto your device, follow the steps on the screen to find East Bay Regional Park District’ in the San Francisco Bay section of the app.
Mutual Ensured Survival:Pleasanton Ridge Regional Park. Discover the wonders of Pleasanton Ridge as we explore how East Bay Regional Park District is a leader in climate resiliency.
California’s Rocky Past:Las Trampas Regional Wilderness. California’s geologic history is on full display at Las Trampas. Discover the story written across this dramatic landscape.
Discover Alameda Creek:Sunol Regional Wilderness. Alameda Creek snakes through the hills of the East Bay, connecting habitats and communities. Discover the ways this strand of water weaves us together.
Concord Hills:A future Regional Park on the Decommissioned Concord Naval Weapons Station. Explore this future Regional Park, as you discover the ways this land has been changed by people through the years.
To get a more interactive experience, East Bay Regional Park District and Timelooper developed a new app. The “East Bay Parks: Virtual Tour” app allows you to move across the East Bay learning from Naturalists in our parks. The East Bay Parks: Virtual Tour is currently available for download on the Apple App store, and is coming soon to Google Play.