It celebrates the life of John Muir, the most well-known naturalist in America and a champion of environmental causes.
On the Carquinez Strait shoreline near Martinez, it is a 343-acre regional park.
It serves as a shrine for anything magical.
It is devoted to highlighting Martinez's history and traditions.
It is a recently paved pedestrian path that connects Martinez to Port Costa and is accessible to riders on bicycles, walkers, and horses.
Between the village of Crockett and the hills that overlook Martinez, there is a park.
It was created in order to store and safeguard the records and materials related to Contra Costa County's history and heritage.