Pleasanton's Alviso Adobe Community Park is a unique site that tells the story of California from its earliest human history. This fully restored interpretative park reveals the history of the Amador Valley, offering a rare glimpse of times past - from its Native American beginnings to the days of Spanish Ranchos managing herds of cattle on the original 12,000 acre Rancho Santa Rita, through a period in the early to mid-20th century when it was a popular dairy and finally its present as a community park.
Approved in July 2015, the Alviso Adobe Strategic Plan provides a roadmap for future decision making at the park.
Facilities open Thursdays: 2p-4p.
Docents onsite for tours July 8 & 9, and August 5 & 6, 2p-4p.
Park grounds are open to the public daily from dawn to dusk.
Martha Cerda, Recreation Coordinator/Naturalist
The City of Pleasanton Library and Recreation Department invites people with and without disabilities to enjoy our sites, facilities, and programs. For more information, please contact