2625 Constitution Dr.
Livermore, CA 94551
Phone: (925) 606-6200
Fax: (925) 606-6014
Established in 1964, this family owned bowling center features 32 state-of-the-art lanes with automatic scoring, as well as a restaurant, sports bar, arcade games, pool tables, and a well stocked pro shop.
This charming East Bay swimming hole provides residents with cool comfort on hot summer days. The 296-acre area features an 80-acre lake with a waterslide, picnic tables, and a refreshment stand and changing facility. A boat rental shop distributes rowboats, paddle-boats and motorboats, although visitors can also launch their own boats (up to 17 feet). Fishing is also a popular activity at the lake. You can buy baits at the boathouse. In the summers you can get windsurfing lessons and rentals here. Call for times.
With its uneven grounds, this golf course beckons an adept golfer. Playing here is both fun and a challenge. To improve your golf skills, there are lessons conducted too. The "pro shop" here stocks modern and a wide variety of golf accessories. Please visit to experience more of the Dublin Ranch Golf Course. Check website for more course details and tee timings.
This facility provides 11 tennis courts and six racquetball courts, as well as three heated pool, a 12,000 square foot gym, personal training, and lessons for children and adults.
A 2,750-yard, nine hole golf course with two sets of tees that allows for 18 hole play which includes an enclosed, netted driving range, a cafe, putting and chipping greens, and a well stocked pro shop.
Spread over an area of 1500 yards, The Pleasanton Golf Center is a nine hole golf course. Constructed in the year 1974 and designed by Ron Curtola, this golf course is situated on the Alameda County Fairgrounds in the city of Pleasanton. This golf course welcomes golf players of all age groups and also offers golf lessons to novices. Surrounded by trees and beautifully landscaped, this place is a haven for golf players.
The Alameda County Fair Race Track, located in the Alameda County Fairgrounds, is a one mile horse race track. Built in 1858, this race track is one of the oldest in the entire country, and holds some very important and prestigious races from time to time. One can find different horse breeds such as Arabian, thoroughbred and Quarter here, and bet on the most likely winner.
San Ramon Golf Club stands out for the exceptional scenic beauty it possess. Technically the course is versatile and challenging. Players of varied skill levels find this an interesting destination to explore. Very well groomed and with an affordable fee-structure this course ranks high in the popularity index of the area. There are also qualified instructors who will help you improvise on your teeing techniques. Weddings and private gatherings are also regularly conducted here.
A Scottish Healthland 27 hole, par 72 golf course that was designed by Rees Jones and offers a challenging but fair test for golfers of all abilities. The course includes a restaurant and snack bar, clubhouse, and practice facility.
There are two outstanding eighteen hole courses to play at the Sunol Valley namely the Palm and Cypress. The Cypress Course has tight fairways, but is less challenging. The terrain is hilly and ponds come into play on both courses. Carts are mandatory on the weekends; the cart fee is included in the green fee. The unique geography and strategic location of these courses provide a great golf getaway for residents of the Bay Area. The courses are geared to provide a challenge for golfers of all levels.
The Palm Course is the most difficult course at Sunol Valley because of the length. The hilly terrain water obstacles affect play at the course. The course surrounding areas and adventurous design make it perfect for serious golfers perfecting their game.
Eugene O'Neil wrote his most tortured plays, The Iceman Cometh and A Long Day's Journey into Night, while living in this house that, fittingly, has a view of Mount Diablo. Tao House itself is an odd amalgam of a mission-style house with an Asian-style black-glazed tile roof. O'Neil built the house with his Nobel Prize money and in honor of Taoism, the religion he practiced. Exhibits within trace the story of his life. Access is via a van ride from Danville's city parking lot. Call to check for timings.