Castro ValleyCastro Valley is a charming unincorporated community located in Alameda County, California. It is situated in the eastern region of the San Francisco Bay Area, nestled between the cities of Hayward and San Leandro. The town is named after Don Guillermo Castro, a Spanish rancher who once owned the land in the area.
Castro Valley boasts a mild climate, scenic hillsides, and a small-town feel with easy access to the city. it is a family-friendly community with top-rated schools, parks & recreational facilities. Residents can enjoy hiking, biking, fishing, and other outdoor activities in the nearby Lake Chabot Regional park. The town also has a bustling downtown area with shops, restaurants, and a weekly farmer’s market.