It’s not just apps that fuel California’s economy. It is, and always has been, water. And there are few places where you can marvel at the wonders of our 1150 square mile Delta than the Big Break Regional Shoreline Park in Oakley. Here is where snow melt meets salt water, where the Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers drain half of the State. This is an astounding wildlife habit with over 70 bird species including herons, egrets and ibis, not to mention a frequent mammal population of beavers and river otters. At the new Visitors Center there are educational exhibits including a 1200 square foot interactive map. Nearby is a fishing pier, kayak launching sites and shoreline hiking trails.