Don Castro Regional Recreation Area

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The Don Castro Regional Recreation Area is named after Don Guillermo Castro, a noted Californio ranchero. Don Guillermo Castro (cropped).jpg
The Don Castro Regional Recreation Area is named after Don Guillermo Castro, a noted Californio ranchero.

Don Castro Regional Recreation Area is a regional park located in Hayward, California. It is part of the East Bay Regional Parks system.

Coordinates: 37°41′31″N122°03′00″W / 37.692°N 122.05°W / 37.692; -122.05

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