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This park is ideal for families with children. Various poulty (chickens, ducks, peacock, guineas) roam freely. Pigs, cattle, sheep can be seen as kept a hundred years ago. There is also a range of fruit trees (plums, apples, figs, exotic species) which can be sampled. Unfortunately, the proximity of Interstate-280 makes it very noisy. This is not a quiet country-side park, but gives a good impression of how a farm might have been operated when the first settlers got here. Includes play ground for kids, open grassland for ball games, plenty of parking. Bonus: no entry fee. May be crowded on the weekends, but usually empty during the week.