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Oak Glen Park
Oakland city park along Glen Echo Creek and Richmond Blvd northeast of Randwick Ave.

Oak Grove
Reservable picnic site in Briones Regional Park near Bear Creek Staging Area.

Oak Grove Middle School
Public middle school in Concord.
2050 Minert Rd, Concord CA 94518.  Tel: (925) 682-1843.

Oak Grove Plaza
Shopping center at Ygnacio Valley Rd & San Carlos Dr in Walnut Creek.

Oak Hill Canyon
Short creek valley in Garin Regional Park. High Ridge Trail crosses the head of the valley. Stonybrook Park is located near the foot of the valley.

Oakhill Park
(1)
Danville city park at Stone Valley Rd & Glenwood Ct.
(2)

Pleasanton city park on Muirwood Dr near Linwood Ct.

Oak Hills Center
(1)
Shopping center at Bailey Rd & W Leland Rd in Pittsburg.
(2)

Shopping center at Sunol Blvd & Mission Dr in Pleasanton.

Oak Hills Trail
Hiking trail in Del Valle Regional Park.

Oakhurst Country Club
8000 Clayton Rd, Clayton CA 94517.  Tel: (925) 672-9737.

Oak Knoll
(1)

Neighborhood of Oakland just north of Knowland Park.
(2) Mount Diablo Trail Map  H-6 (unlabeled)  and  D-9 (inset).
Picnic site on Oak Knoll Trail near Summit Rd in Mt. Diablo State Park.

Oakknoll Pioneer Memorial Park
Park in Livermore along Arroyo Mocho on E Stanley Blvd near Murrieta Blvd.
Livermore Area Recreation and Park District.

Oak Knoll Trail
Mt. Diablo Trail Map  H-6  and  D-9 (inset).
Hiking/equestrian trail in Mount Diablo State Park, extending from Summit Rd to Green Ranch Rd.

Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Complex
DeLorme Northern California  p.104  C-4. 
On Coliseum Way near Hwy 880 and Hegenberger Rd. The Coliseum (now called Network Associates Coliseum), Sports Arena, and Exhibition Hall were completed in 1966 without any tenants signed. The Kansas City Athletics became the Oakland A's in 1968, the Raiders arrived, and the Golden State Warriors moved from San Francisco in 1972. All of the facilities underwent major renovation in 1995-96.
7000 Coliseum Way, Oakland CA 94621.  Tel: (510) 569-2121.

Oakland Arena
See Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Complex.

Oakland Army Base
DeLorme Northern California  p.104  B-3 (as "Oakland Army Terminal").  US Army shipping and supply terminal on Oakland Outer Harbor, created on landfill during World War II. Shut down as part of extensive military base closures in the mid-1990s. The Oakland Base Reuse Authority has approved plans for conversion to civilian use, involving creation of an industrial park and job-training center, with much of the waterfront being placed under control of the Port of Oakland. Transfer of ownership of the base to the city is scheduled for 2001. Some land along the Bay Bridge approach may be given to East Bay Regional Park District for development as a park.
Tel: (510) 466-9111.
Oakland Base Reuse Authority, 1333 Broadway 9th Flr, Oakland CA 94612.  Tel: (510) 238-2074.

Oakland California Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
See Mormon Temple (Oakland).

Oakland Coliseum
The outdoor football/baseball stadium in the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Complex. In 1998 officially renamed Network Associates Coliseum after that company paid an advertising fee.

Oakland Estuary
See San Antonio Estuary.

Oakland Hills
Not an official designation, this is a common name for the hills northeast of Oakland.

Oakland Inner Harbor
DeLorme Northern California  p.104  B-3. 
The dredged and reshaped San Antonio Estuary, between Alameda and Oakland.

Oakland Middle Harbor
DeLorme Northern California  p.104  B-3. 
The harbor area between 7th St and San Antonio Estuary, much of which is occuped by the Oakland Naval Supply Center.
See also Middle Harbor Park.

Oakland Museum of California
DeLorme Northern California  p.104  B-3 (as "The Oakland Museum").  This three-level museum (art, history, and environment) was built in 1969 (some of the old trees from the site were preserved and remain in their original positions in the gardens that cover the partly-sunken museum). This Oakland city museum combined collections from three older museums: the Oakland Public Museum (see Camron-Stanford House) with its historical collections, the Oakland Art Gallery (created in 1916) with its art collections, and the Snow Museum (see Snow Park) with its natural sciences collections.
1000 Oak St, Oakland CA 94607.  Tel: (510) 238-2200.  TTY: (510) 451-3322.  http://www.museumca.org/

Oakland Naval Supply Center
DeLorme Northern California  p.104  B-3. 
Created just before World War II, this massive shipping facility occupies much of the waterfront in the Oakland Middle Harbor with extensive storage facilities on landfill just northwest of the Union Pacific Railroad yards.
Access from Middle Harbor Rd.
Tel: (510) 302-2000.

Oakland Outer Harbor
DeLorme Northern California  p.104  B-3. 
The harbor area between the Bay Bridge approach and 7th St.

Oakland Technical High School
4351 Broadway, Oakland CA 94609.  Tel: (510) 658-5300.  http://oaktech.ousd.k12.ca.us/
Oakland Unified School District.

Oakland Trotting Park
See Emeryville.

Oakley Elementary School
Public elementary school in Oakley.
501 Norcross Ln, Oakley CA 94561.  Tel: (925) 625-7050.

Oakley Park
At W Ruby St & Norcross Ln in Oakley.

Oakmont Memorial Park
Cemetery at Reliez Valley Rd & Grayson Rd in unincorporated area of Contra Costa County between Briones Regional Park and Pleasant Hill.
2099 Reliez Valley Rd, Lafayette CA 94549.  Tel: (925) 935-3311.

Oakmore
Neighborhood of Oakland just east of Piedmont.

Oak Moth Creek
East Bay Hills Northern Trail Map  F-1.
Small creek flowing south into Pereira Creek, not far north of Alhambra Valley Rd.

Oak Park
(1)
Berkeley city park at Domingo Ave & El Camino Real.
(2)
Oakland city park at Frisbie Way & Kempton Ave.

Oak Point
Reservable picnic site in Del Valle Regional Park.

Oakport Trail
See Damon Marsh Trail.

Oak Tree Staging Area
Only entrance to Pleasanton Ridge Regional Park, providing access to all trails via Oak Tree Trail.

Oak Tree Trail
Multiuse trail in Pleasanton Ridge Regional Park.

Oakvale Park
See Dunsmuir House & Gardens.

Oak View
Hike-in backpack campsite in Sunol Regional Wilderness.

Oak View Memorial Park Cemetery
In Antioch, just east of Holy Cross Cemetery.
2500 E 18th St, Antioch CA 94509.  Tel: (925) 757-4500.

O'Hara Park
At O'Hara Ave & W Cypress Rd in Oakley.

O'Hara Park Middle School
Public middle school in Oakley.
1100 O'Hara Ave, Oakley CA 94561.  Tel: (925) 625-5060.

Ohlone College
Community college in Fremont.
43600 Mission Blvd, Fremont CA 94539.  Tel: (510) 659-6000.  http://www.ohlone.cc.ca.us/
Also offers some classes and services at Newark Ohlone Center.
Fremont-Newark Community College District.

Ohlone Elementary School
Public elementary school in Hercules.
1616 Pheasant Dr, Hercules CA 94547.  Tel: (510) 799-0889.

Ohlone Park
(1)
Hercules city park at Turquoise Dr & Cinnabar Way.
(2)
Berkeley city park above underground BART tracks along Hearst Ave from Milvia St to Sacramento St.

Ohlone Regional Wilderness
DeLorme Northern California  p.116  A-1 (as "Camp Ohlone Regional Park").  Over 9,000 acres of grassy ridges in southern Alameda County accessible only by hiking/equestrian trails, noted for its profuse wildflower displays and abundant wildlife. Rose Peak is only 32 ft lower than Mt. Diablo. To reach the Wilderness, you must hike or ride horseback about 10 miles from either Sunol Regional Wilderness or Del Valle Regional Park along the Ohlone Wilderness Regional Trail. The Wilderness is undeveloped except for campsites and trails.
East Bay Regional Park Districthttp://www.ebparks.org/parks/ohlone.htm

Ohlone Wilderness Regional Trail
Hiking/equestrian trail extending 28 miles from Mission Peak Regional Preserve in Fremont through Sunol Regional Wilderness and Ohlone Regional Wilderness to Del Valle Regional Park near Livermore. This trail provides the only public access to Ohlone Wilderness. Because it passes through San Francisco Water District lands between regional parks, a permit is required to travel these portions of the trail (it is available for a fee through EBRPD).
East Bay Regional Park District.

Ohlone Wilderness Trail
See Ohlone Wilderness Regional Trail.

Oil Canyon
DeLorme Northern California  p.105  A-7. 
In southern part of Black Diamond Mines Regional Preserve.
A creek that flows a short distance east and then north into Sand Creek.

Oil Canyon Trail
Hiking trail in Briones Regional Park.
See also Lower Oil Canyon Trail and Upper Oil Canyon Trail.

Old Briones Road Trail
East Bay Hills Northern Trail Map  H-3.
Unpaved multiuse trail in Briones Regional Park.

Old Church
East Bay Hills Central Trail Map  C-2,3.
Picnic site on Stream Trail near Fire Circle in Redwood Regional Park.

Old Country Road
Hiking trail in Miller/Knox Regional Shoreline.

Old Green Barn
Built by Maurice Geary in 1895 along with the nearby house used as headquarters for Sunol Regional Wilderness, on the bank of Alameda Creek near Indian Joe Creek. Now houses the Wilderness Visitor Center (reopening in 1999 after being remodeled).

Old Highlands Park
Park in Hayward at 26180 Parkside Dr.
Picnic facilities, play area, hiking/riding trails, horseshoe courts, ball wall, lawns, parking.
Hayward Area Recreation and Park District.

Old Man Ridge
East Bay Hills Northern Trail Map  DE-4.
Short ridge extending southwest into San Pablo Reservoir just south of Round Top Cove.

Old Marsh Creek Springs
Old townsite (Marsh Creek Springs) on Marsh Creek Rd about 1.5 miles southeast of intersection with Morgan Territory Rd, east of Mt. Diablo State Park.

Old Mission Park
Fremont city park at Pine St & Ibero Way.

Old Nimitz Way
Unpaved multiuse trail in Wildcat Canyon Regional Park.
Connects with Nimitz Way.

Old Ranch Park
San Ramon city park at Old Ranch Rd & Vista Monte Dr.

Old River
DeLorme Northern California  p.96  D-2. 
Branch of the San Joaquin River separating from the main river west of Lathrop and flowing west and then north to rejoin the main river at the north end of Mandeville Island.
The twisting north-south portion of its course forms much of the border between Contra Costa County and San Joaquin County.

Old San Pablo Dam Road
East Bay Hills Northern Trail Map  D-4.
Trail extending along southwestern shore of San Pablo Reservoir in San Pablo Reservoir Recreation Area.

Oldtown Center
Shopping center in Newark at Newark Blvd & Mayhew's Landing Rd.

Oleum
DeLorme Northern California  p.94  D-3. 
Unincorporated "town" for oil company workers north of Rodeo (private roads on oil-company property).

Olinda Elementary School
Public elementary school in Richmond.
5855 Olinda Rd, Richmond CA 94803.  Tel: (510) 223-2800.

Olinda Station
Reservable picnic site in Kennedy Grove Regional Recreation Area.

Olive Grove Trail
Multiuse trail in Pleasanton Ridge Regional Park.

Oliveira Elementary School
Public elementary school in Fremont.
4180 Alder Ave, Fremont CA 94536.  Tel: (510) 797-1132.
Fremont Unified School District.

Oliver Corners Center
Shopping center in Hayward at Hesperian Blvd & W Tennyson Rd.

Olofson Homestead
Mt. Diablo Trail Map  F-4.
Only the site remains, near Olofson Spring on the west slope of Olofson Ridge in Mt. Diablo State Park.

Olofson Ridge
Mt. Diablo Trail Map  FG-4.
Ridge extending at lower level (about 2000 ft) northnorthwest from the end of Moses Rock Ridge in Mt. Diablo State Park.

Olofson Ridge Road
Mt. Diablo Trail Map  F-4.
Fire road and multiuse trail in Mount Diablo State Park, extending from Red Rd to point at the northwest end of Olofson Ridge.

Olofson Spring
Mt. Diablo Trail Map  F-4.
On west slope of Olofson Ridge near the site of the Olofson Homestead in Mt. Diablo State Park.

Olympia
See Mount Olympia.

Olympia Trail
Mt. Diablo Trail Map  I-4.
Hiking/equestrian trail in Mount Diablo State Park, extending from Cardinet Oaks Rd to Morgan Territory Rd.

Olympic Continuation High School
Public high school in Concord.
2730 Salvio St, Concord CA 94519.  Tel: (925) 687-0363.

O N Hirsch Elementary School
See Hirsch Elementary School.

Opportunity Junior High School
Public continuation junior high school in Fremont, sharing campus and principal with Robertson High School.
4455 Seneca Park Ave, Fremont CA 94538.  Tel: (510) 657-7116.
Fremont Unified School District.

Orchard
(1) Picnic site in Tilden Regional Park.
(2) Picnic site on Stream Trail in Redwood Regional Park.

Orchard Trail
(1) East Bay Hills Northern Trail Map  HJ-2.
Unpaved multiuse trail in Briones Regional Park.
(2) East Bay Hills Central Trail Map  D-3.
Hiking/equestrian trail in Redwood Regional Park.

Orient
See Point Orient.

Orientation Center for the Blind
See California Orientation Center for the Blind.

Orinda Community Park
Orinda city park on Altarinda Rd in Orinda Village.

Orinda Country Club
DeLorme Northern California  p.104  A-4 (as "1423").  East Bay Hills Northern Trail Map  F-6.
305 Camino Sobrante, Orinda CA 94563.  Tel: (925) 254-4313.

Orinda Horse Corral
East Bay Hills Northern Trail Map  E-5.
On Toyonal Rd just off Wildcat Canyon Rd south of San Pablo Reservoir.

Orinda Intermediate School
Public intermediate school in Orinda.
80 Ivy Dr, Orinda CA 94563.  Tel: (925) 376-4402.

Orinda Oaks Park
Orinda city park at Moraga Way & Hall Dr.

Orinda Sports Field
Orinda city park on Camino Pablo near Solbrae Way.

Orinda Village
Downtown neighborhood of Orinda.

Orloff Park
Pleasanton city park at Kolln St & Peregine Way.

Orwood
DeLorme Northern California  p.106  A-2. 
Small "town" on Orwood Rd at eastern edge of Orwood Tract, where Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad tracks cross Old River.

Orwood Tract
DeLorme Northern California  p.106  A-2. 
Delta island (with Palm Tract), protected by levees, in Contra Costa County, bounded by Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad tracks on north, Old River on east, Indian Slough on south, and Werner Dredger Cut on west.
Access by Orwood Rd from Byron Hwy near Brentwood.

Osage Park
Danville city park at 816 Brookside Dr.

Ostrander Park
Oakland city park along Broadway Ter between Clarewood Dr and Arbor Path.

Our Lady of Lourdes Elementary School
Roman Catholic elementary school in Oakland.
515 Boden Way, Oakland CA 94610.  Tel: (510) 444-8014.
Our Lady of Lourdes Church, 2808 Lakeshore Ave, Oakland CA 94610.  Tel: (510) 451-1790.

Oursan Creek
East Bay Hills Northern Trail Map  DE-3.
Flows westsouthwest down flank of Oursan Ridge into Scow Canyon.

Oursan Ridge
East Bay Hills Northern Trail Map  E-2,3.
Ridge between Pinole Creek valley and the valleys of Scow Canyon, Wire Ranch Creek, and Fault Creek.
Extends from southeast of intersection of Alhambra Valley Rd & Castro Ranch Rd to just northwest of Briones Reservoir.

Oursan Trail
East Bay Hills Northern Trail Map  E-3.
Unpaved hiking trail (permit required) in East Bay Municipal Utilities District lands paralleling west and north shores of Briones Reservoir.

Our Savior's Lutheran School
Private elementary school in Livermore. Formerly at 1040 Florence Rd.
1385 S Livermore Ave, Livermore CA 94550.  Tel: (925) 455-5437.

Owl
(1) Picnic site on South Park Dr near south end of Tilden Regional Park.
(2) Reservable picnic site on Canyon Trail in Redwood Regional Park.

Owl Alley
Unpaved multiuse trail in Point Pinole Regional Shoreline.

Oxford School
Public elementary school in Berkeley.  Until 1993 was a K-3 school.
1130 Oxford St, Berkeley CA 94707.  Tel: (510) 644-6300. 
Berkeley Unified School District.

Oyster Bay
Cove at northwestern end of Crown Memorial State Beach in Alameda, now known as Crab Cove. The former Oyster Bay Exhibit Hall is now the Crab Cove Visitor Center.
Also see Oyster Bay Regional Shoreline.

Oyster Bay Regional Shoreline
An extensive landfill (garbage dump) southeast of Oakland International Airport, now being reclaimed as parkland. There have been serious leakage problems, with disputes between the East Bay Regional Park District and the former owner of the landfill about who is responsible for the cleanup, so little development has yet been done here. There is a self-guided nature loop trail (with discussion of recycling and garbage treatment as well as wildlife), and also a part of the Bay Trail around the edge of the landfill. Picnic facilities are available for reservation. The name refers to the extensive oyster industry that once flourished along San Francisco Bay from Alameda south to Hayward. Landfill, pollution, and creation of salt ponds eliminated the oyster beds.
Access from the north end of Neptune Dr in San Leandro.
East Bay Regional Park Districthttp://www.ebparks.org/parks/oyster.htm

Oyster Point
Mt. Diablo Trail Map  J-8.
High point on ridge south of Jackass Canyon in Mt. Diablo State Park.
Elevation 2106 ft.

Oyster Point Road
Mt. Diablo Trail Map  IJ-8.
Fire road and multiuse trail in Mount Diablo State Park, extending from Black Hawk Ridge Rd to saddle below Oyster Point.

Oyster Point Trail
Mt. Diablo Trail Map  JK-8.
Hiking trail in Mt. Diablo State Park, extending from end of Oyster Point Rd to slope below Oyster Point, then becoming fire road and multiuse trail extending to Riggs Canyon Rd.

 

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