Located in Alameda County, the city of Hayward is one of the most important settlements in the whole Bay Area.
Anthony Chabot Regional Park is a large area of natural beauty located within the city limits of San Leandro. With over 3000 acres of trails and campgrounds, the park remains at the heart of life in this easy Bay Area city.
Nearby, Redwood Regional Park is an extremely popular forested area that’s known for being home to the last natural stand of coast redwood found in the East Bay.
Coyote Hills Regional Park is a regional park that covers almost 1000 acres. Coyote Hills was dedicated to the Hayward public in 1967. Sitting on the on the southeast shore of the San Francisco Bay, this park includes scenic hills that attract a variety of birds. With areas for picnicking and hiking as well as mountain bike trails, this is one of the most popular wildernesses in the whole of Alameda County.
Throughout the city, from Upper B Street to Jackson Triangle to Mission-Foothill, Floom’s Hayward flower delivery covers every inch of the community.