Get Some Fresh Air and See A Local Mystery in Fremont
Fremont’s Mystery Walls Have Baffled Visitors for Centuries
As the nights get darker, it is more important than ever to get outside for some fresh air and exercise if you can. And what better way than enjoying a stroll beside some of California’s mystery stone walls?
You will find the Berkeley Mystery Walls dotted all over the East Bay area. The Spanish settlers found the walls when they first came to the area – and the Ohlone American Indians who were there before them said that the walls predated their arrival, too.
The walls are scattered in odd, sometimes inaccessible places. The community does not know who placed them there or why. All scholars know is that they are ancient – and very mysterious!
You can explore the walls for yourself from several parks in the East Bay area, including:
- Mission Peak Regional Reserve
- Tilden Regional Park
- Ed. R Levin County Park
The walls are always open and always free, so why not come check them out?
Please remember to switch off appliances and heaters while you are out exploring the walls. In the event of a blaze, SERVPRO of Campbell is here to help with fire damage restoration. Call us at (408) 371-4001.