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6800 Mowry Avenue, Newark, CA 94560 MoreLess Info
Spread over 32,000 square feet, the Silliman Activity & Family Aquatic Center offers indoor water recreation that is kept at 83 degrees. Attractions at the water park include a lazy river, several large water slides, an open lap pool, and a children's activity area.
Featuring a Hawaiian cultural tradition, Kilohana Outrigger Canoe Club offers visitors of all skill levels coaching on how to canoe on an 6-man outrigger. The practices last two hours and introduces visitors to the basics of canoeing.
Gellert Park is a well-maintained outdoor spot for those searching for a place to play basketball or tennis or to let the kids enjoy some time in the playground. Because it's a popular spot, though, it often gets crowded.
Accommodating young children, Gymboree Play and Music offers music classes where kids can dance to a music styles like The Beatles and Latin music. The gym has open play where kids can play freely with age appropriate toys and props.
Fairmont Park is a small neighborhood park that offers a number of recreational amenities for visitors to enjoy. These amenities include several playground areas, a basketball court, and a walking path around the perimeter of the park.
Dry Creek Park is also known by its longer name of Dry Creek Pioneer Regional Park, which is located in an area that was famous in the 1880s for large festival events. The park currently holds the Garin Barn Visitor Center, picnic areas, an extensive landscaped garden, and hiking trails.