Bathrooms are housed on the premises, and here, owners can obtain drinking water to ensure Fido stays well-hydrated during his bout of activity at the park. Poop bags are not provided. Owners should be sure to pack some extra bags from home to assist them with the proper picking up and disposal of all canine waste materials as is their responsibility according to California law.
Fremont Older Open Space Preserve is a public facility. Entrance to the premises is provided to all people and their pooches free of charge. This lovely recreational area takes its name from the newspaper editor Mr. Fremont Older who formerly owned the land on which he built the home he and his family spent their lives in. The land itself is characterized by hayfields, chaparral, and oak trees.
Visitors to this beautiful state park remark on the incredible views of Seven Springs Canyon and Hunters Point whose hilltop vistas prominently display Santa Clara County's finest scenery. The property adjoins a working farm and winery by the name of Garrod Farms and Vineyard. Among the most popular activities at Fremont Older Open Space Preserve are hiking, running, biking, horseback riding, and picnicking.
When you visit Fremont Older Open Space Preserve you are to be in compliance with all California by-laws. These include ensuring that all dogs who frequent public spaces are up to date on immunizations and are registered with their city for a dog license. Looking to spend a day on a beautiful nature preserve? Bring Fido and the family to visit Fremont Older Open Space Preserve!