FREE park entrance for active and retired military members on Veterans Day – Saturday, November 11. The East Bay Regional Park District honors veterans with free access and parking on Veterans Day at Regional Parks, including Ardenwood Historic Farm in Fremont.
Ardenwood Historic Farm, located in Fremont, CA, offers visitors a unique and immersive experience. As a working farm, it showcases the agricultural practices of the past, allowing visitors to step back in time and appreciate the history of the area.
Entrance fees to Ardenwood Historic Farm in Fremont are also waived. "Green Friday provides healthy and fun ways to enjoy the day after Thanksgiving with family and friends," the district said in...
Ardenwood Historic Farm, Fremont 2022 brought an uptick in butterfly sightings at Ardenwood, so if you’re headed to this family favorite you’ll want to keep your eyes out for the monarchs fluttering around.
The East Bay Regional Park District honors veterans with free access and parking on Veterans Day at Regional Parks, including Ardenwood Historic Farm in Fremont. The fee waiver covers parking and park entry but does not include dog fees, boat launch or inspection fees, fishing permits, or concessions, such as the Tilden Merry-Go-Round and ...
On Green Friday, all entrance activity fees are waived in Regional Parks, including parking, dogs, horses, boat launching, and fishing, as well as entrance to Ardenwood Historic Farm.
Historic Parks & Facilities; Palms Pavilion; Picnic Area Reservations; Parks-Central Park; Dog Park; Hiking; Historic Parks & Facilities + Sabercat Creek Restoration; The Patterson House @ Ardenwood Historic Farm; Park Locations; Park Standard Details; Skatepark
Other things Ardenwood Historic Farm is known for include being the venue of popular events in the city such as the Renaissance Faire, Celtic festival, and the Washington Township Railroad Fair. Address: 34600 Ardenwood Blvd, Freemont, CA 94555.
The Monarchs are back at the Ardenwood Historic Farm .. I understand about 1000 now compared to 500 last year and after a few years when they were hardly any. The Monarch butterfly migration from North America to Central Mexico is quite an amazing phenomenon. The monarch is the only butterfly known to make a two-way migration as birds do. Unlike other butterflies that can overwinter as larvae ...