Almond-Shuey is located in Walnut Creek California, and the community is populated with 852 residents. The average age that lives in this neighborhood are around 46 years old and above. Most of the residents here buy their goods at Trader’s Joe and their needed home tools at Downtown Walnut Creek ACE Hardware. The community’s favorite restaurants are Sunrise Bistro, Prima Ristorante, Sweet Affair Bakery, Dragon Pond, Lottie’s Creamery, Walnut Creek Yacht Club, Ruth’s Chris Steak House and a lot more.
List of attractions near Almond-Shuey:
Larkey Park: It is a 13-acres park, which is open from dusk until dawn. It has a 2-5 year old playground and a 5-12 year old playground (for bigger kids). It also has a basketball court, horseshoe pits, parking, picnic area, restroom, swim center, tennis court, trail connections and volleyball court. Your pet dogs are allowed but it should be on leash.
Lindsay Wildlife Experience: This is also known as the Lindsay Wildlife Center, and is a Walnut Creek, California family center and wildlife rehabilitation centre. Lindsay is the first US-based wildlife hospital, and a famous family museum in the San Francisco East Bay Area. Founded in Walnut Creek in 1955, the museum’s programs “connect people with wildlife to inspire responsibility and respect for the world we share.” The museum contains a variety of wildlife displays from California, natural history collections and a special theater that provides an insight into one of the many wildlife care rooms at the hospital. The rehabilitation center — which is still among the country’s largest — treats more than 5,000 wild animals wounded, sick, or orphaned each year.
Walnut Creek Model Railroad Society: The Walnut Creek Model Railroad Society (WCMRS) runs the Diablo Valley Lines (DVL) model railroad, one of the most mountainous models in the United States and one of the largest model railroads solely on HO scale. The model railroad features standard freight and trolley lines, narrow gauge, and interurban (overhead electric).
Walnut Creek Downtown: Walnut Creek Downtown is operated by a full-time executive director and staff, along with a board of directors and numerous committees, whose meetings are open to the public. It is an organization made up of both business and property owners within the limits of Business Improvement District downtown. More than 650 members are restaurants, stores, entertainment centers and service providers. Each of them charges a membership fee based on the square footage of the room they are housed in. Outside the downtown area companies may participate as associate members.