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The Hamilton Field History Museum opened in 2010 to communicate to the public the role of the Hamilton Army Airfield in the development of Marin County. The Museum represents the history of civilian and military groups in Hamilton.
Offering separate play spaces for large and small dogs, the Eden Greenway Dog Park also features play space for people. The park is equipped with a basketball court, playground, walking trails, barbecue grills and a picnic area.
A somewhat secluded white sand beach, Roosevelt Beach State Beach features scenic views of the Pacific as well as surfing and swimming opportunities. The beach has picnic tables and rest room facilities.
North Bay Mobile Drive-In holds semi-monthly flash mob cinema style movie showings where patrons can watch free drive-in movies and purchase concessions like cupcakes, popcorn and sodas. They also hold raffles and run on donations.
Sitting on twenty-one scenic acres is Arguello Park. The San Carlos community park is home to an array of amenities including picnic areas, a baseball diamond, children's playground, BB grills, hiking trails and lighted tennis courts.
At Silicon Valley Tennis Academy, visitors can receive personalized instruction from an experienced teacher to help improve their tennis skills. All lessons take place in a lighted tennis facility with four individual courts.