Hi, I’m Warren Oberholser. I’m a realtor in the East Bay Tri-Valley area in Northern California. My goal is to help both buyers and sellers get maximum results for one of their biggest investments, their home.
This is my Pleasanton Neighborhood Park video series. In this blog, I’m going to feature Pleasanton’s Kottinger Community and Kottinger Park Memorial- Parks. Please stick around to the end for my Pleasanton bonus tip, this is a section where I discuss unique and fascinating information on this neat town. So let’s get started.
Kottinger Community Park is located at 1000 Kottinger Drive. Kottinger Park Memorial is located across the street at 3701 Bernal Avenue. The reason Kottinger Park is in my neighborhood park series is simply that it has a strong neighborhood feel.
Pleasanton Community Parks are intended for wide use and include a variety of amenities such as tennis and volleyball courts, skateboard parks, et cetera.
They usually have public restrooms. To learn more about Pleasanton community parks, please see my video entitled Pleasanton’s coolest parks and walking trails. Pleasanton neighborhood parks are intended to serve the immediate neighborhood. They are available for the general public, but do have limited amenities and usually do not have restroom facilities.
Let’s start with Kottinger Community Park.
It has a concrete walking path giving you a self-guided tour that crosses a bridge and goes through and circles the entire park.
Most of the interior walking path is covered by tall mature trees. You’ll find plenty of picnic tables and a large ample grass area.
The walking trail continues at the top of the park, offering unique views.
Across the street is Kottinger Park Memorial.
Concrete walking paths and benches surround the park. This park spans several blocks.
Both parks offer an ideal setting for small groups to gather and enjoy a simple and relaxing day.
Thanks so much for sticking around to the end. Now here’s my Pleasanton bonus tip.
At the end of November, the Lantern Light Festival from China comes to the Alameda County Fair.
This is a spectacular Asian culture event that runs until the end of January. There are giant works of art, dazzling lights, and fun for the whole family. To learn more about this event please see the link posted in the show notes below.
I hope you enjoyed this article. Please let me know if you have any questions. Warren
Hello…I work with both buyers and sellers in the Tri-Valley area of Northern California. The Tri-Valley is comprised of 6 cities: Pleasanton, Livermore, Dublin, San Ramon, Danville, and Alamo. To better understand what each city has to offer, I have created a Pros and Cons video and BLOG for each – (Pros & Cons for Pleasanton, Pros & Cons for Livermore, Pros & Cons for Dublin, Pros & Cons for San Ramon, Pros & Cons for Danville and Pros & Cons for Alamo). If you are thinking about purchasing or selling a home, please reach out to me by text, phone, or email. If it is convenient, I can schedule a Zoom chat so we can discuss your home goals. Wishing you all the best on your home journey. Cheers!
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