7 Sights in Fremont, United States (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Fremont, United States. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 7 sights are available in Fremont, United States.

List of cities in United States Sightseeing Tours in Fremont

1. Fremont Central Park

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Fremont Central Park is a 450-acre (180 ha) park in the central area of Fremont, California on Paseo Padre Parkway at Stevenson Boulevard. It is easily accessible from I-880 and I-680. It began development in 1960, and contains Lake Elizabeth, a shallow 83-acre (34 ha) man made lake surrounded by picnic areas, sports fields, and walking and biking paths. The lake was dedicated to Fremont's sister city, Elizabeth, South Australia in 1969. A nine-hole golf course and driving range is northeast of the park, while a skateboarding park and water slide swimming facility are southwest.

Wikipedia: Fremont Central Park (EN)

2. Spiegel Grove State Park

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Spiegel Grove, also known as Spiegel Grove State Park, Rutherford B. Hayes House, Rutherford B. Hayes Summer Home and Rutherford B. Hayes State Memorial was the estate of Rutherford B. Hayes, the nineteenth President of the United States, located at the corner of Hayes and Buckland Avenues in Fremont, Ohio. Spiegel is the German and Dutch word for mirror. The traditional story is that the estate was named by Hayes' uncle Sardis Birchard, who first built it for his own residence. He named it for the reflective pools of water that collected on the property after a rain shower.

Wikipedia: Spiegel Grove (EN)

3. Quarry Lakes Regional Park

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Quarry Lakes Regional Park sfbaywalk from Oakland, Cal / CC BY 2.0

Quarry Lakes Regional Recreation Area is a regional park located in Fremont, California that is part of the East Bay Regional Parks system. Before being converted into a park, the site was used as a gravel quarry. When water purchased by the public for groundwater recharge of the Niles Cone flooded the gravel pits, the gravel harvesters began to daily pump the seeping water down Alameda Creek into San Francisco Bay. The Alameda County Water District acquired the quarry after the pumping was declared to be an illegal waste in 1976.

Wikipedia: Quarry Lakes Regional Recreation Area (EN)

4. Drawbridge

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Drawbridge is a ghost town with an abandoned railroad station located at the southern end of the San Francisco Bay, next to Station Island, now a part of the city of Fremont, California, United States. It is located on the Union Pacific Railroad 6 miles (10 km) south of downtown Fremont, at an elevation of 7 feet. Formerly used as a hunting village, it has been a ghost town since 1979 and is slowly sinking into the marshlands. It is now part of the Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge and is illegal to visit.

Wikipedia: Drawbridge, California (EN)

5. Vallejo Mill Ruins

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The first Vallejo Flour Mill, in the Niles district of Fremont, California, was built in 1853 by José de Jesús Vallejo (1798–1882), elder brother of General Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo, on his Rancho Arroyo de la Alameda. The Flour Mill was located at the mouth of Niles Canyon, then called Alameda Cañon, which served as the major course of Alameda Creek. A second Flour Mill was built in 1856, the stone foundation of which may still be seen today.

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6. Enos Michael House

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Enos Michael House, also known as the Michael-Sullins House, is a historic home located in Fremont, Steuben County, Indiana. It was built in 1848, and is a 2+1⁄2-story, rectangular, five bay, Greek Revival style frame dwelling. It sits on a cut stone foundation and has a side gable roof. A rear addition was built about 1920. It features a recently added one-bay, central entrance portico.

Wikipedia: Enos Michael House (EN), Heritage Website

7. Tuibun Ohlone Village Site

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Over 50 villages and tribes of the Ohlone Native American people have been identified as existing in Northern California circa 1769 in the regions of the San Francisco Peninsula, Santa Clara Valley, East Bay, Santa Cruz Mountains, Monterey Bay and Salinas Valley. The known tribe names and village locations of people who spoke the Costanoan languages are listed by regions below.

Wikipedia: List of Ohlone villages (EN)


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