If you are looking for Pleasanton apartments, you are in for a world of arts, events, industry and parks. Discover why so many move to Pleasanton, a major suburb of the San Francisco Bay Area, in Alameda County.
If you are new to Pleasanton apartments and want to discover the art of the city, visit Amador Theater in southeast Pleasanton. The Amador Theater offers multiple afternoon and evening performances throughout the year, ranging from comedies to dramas and everything in between. The Parks and Community Services Department hosts a variety of arts classes each quarter, such as ceramics, origami, dance, drawing, painting, music and photography.
If you don't have a gym at your Pleasanton apartment complex and want to stay in shape, consider living near one of the city's 40 parks with miles of trails and acres of open space. Pleasanton Ridge Regional Park is a 5,271-acre park on the oak-covered ridge overlooking Pleasanton, and inside the park, elevations exceed 1,600 feet. Or grab your golf clubs and visit the Callippe Preserve Golf Course, an 18-hole course with a driving range on the southeast side of town.
To meet residents of other Pleasanton apartments, strike up a conversation at any of the city's annual events. Stock up on fresh produce at the Pleasanton Farmers' Market, held each Saturday morning at Main Street and W. Angela Street, or discover the concerts, contests, food and attractions at the three-week-long Alameda County Fair, which is held each summer. In Downtown Pleasanton, party with your neighbors during First Wednesday celebrations, or attend the free Concerts in the Park. With year-round city sponsored events, there's always something to do in Pleasanton.
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