Travellers will find there is plenty to see and do when heading to the amazing city of Fremont in the San Francisco Bay Area. It is well-known for having many interesting attractions that are perfect for all ages visiting the region. Central Park is a beautiful place for tourists to head to that offers the gorgeous Lake Elizabeth, surrounded by the Mission Peak Hills. The park has many picnic sites, play areas, a skate park and Aqua Adventure Water Park. This is one of the best Fremont attractions and another superb reason to visit is for its golf course.
Mission Peak Regional Preserve is also a lovely green space to visit that is a large public park located on a mountain ridge that includes Monument Park and Mount Allison. The park overlooks Silicon Valley and is great for hiking, mountain-climbing and biking. Quarry Lakes Regional Recreation Area is another excellent park found in a former gravel quarry area. It includes the Horseshoe and Rainbow Lakes and has a swimming beach, picnic areas and is popular for fishing, boating, biking and hiking. There are several top hotels to stay in when in this area, including many branches of the Good Nite Inn group that are ideal for travellers.
The Good Nite Inn Fremont San Jose is a brilliant residence that is centrally located off Interstate 880 in the heart of Silicon Valley. It is ideal for tourists heading there for business or leisure, and has first-class staff members who will help with every possible request. The large rooms have excellent amenities including a flatscreen television, iron and board and hairdryer, and free Wi-Fi to check emails. There is free tea and coffee available in the lobby area, and travellers will appreciate the complimentary parking. There are also spacious accessible rooms available on the ground floor for guests who would like to stay there.
The Good Nite Inn California is also an excellent place to stay when heading to this part of the world. The Niles Essanay Silent Film Museum is a unique destination for tourists to head to when visiting this area. This venue is located in the historic Niles district of Fremont and is dedicated to preserving and showing silent films, focusing on the movie companies that worked in the Bay Area. The museum is found in the 100-year-old Edison Theater that is a superb place to visit. Coyote Hills State Park has a great natural history museum tracing the heritage of the Ohlone Native Americans and has exhibitions on animal and plant species.
The Alameda Creek Regional Trail is a 12-mile hiking route that is a popular destination for travellers who want to discover nature and amazing scenery. The trail runs along the banks of Alameda Creek from Niles Canyon to San Francisco Bay, and provides access to Coyote Hills Regional Park. Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge is a superb area for tourists to visit with salt marsh, mudflat and upland pool habitats. It is dedicated to protecting and enhancing the habitat of endangered wildlife and migratory birds in the area.