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Newark is a city in the state of California and it was incorporated as a city in September 1955. Newark is an enclave, surrounded by the city of Fremont. Its population was 42.573 residents, according to the 2010 census. Newark was named after Newark Castle, Port Glasgow in Scotland by J. Barr Robertson. A post office opened in 1878, and Newark was incorporated in 1955. Although it is a small city, Newark has a lot of wonderful attractions to offer its tourists, from accommodation to venues. Newark is an eclectic city, where the old and new intertwine. Newark is an ideal holiday destination, where you can spend a short vacation or a weekend getaway.

Top Attractions Within Newark

Silliman Centre Aquatic Centre is the perfect spot to go and have a lot of fun with your family and friends. The venue offers a variety of entertainment and activities for all ages. The activity center has a lot of activities, such as fitness center, gymnasium, a teen area, a dance studio, an activity room and an indoor playground for preschool children. Regardless of the activity you choose, you will certainly work out and have a lot of fun.

Ardenwood Historic Farm continues to be a wonderful farmhouse near Newark, where the daily activities change from season to season so no two visits will be alike. A journey here is a journey back to the time of the 1850s Patterson Ranch, a prosperous 19th century country estate with a beautiful Victorian mansion and elaborate Victorian Garden. It is a wonderful place to visit to get a glimpse of the past and at the same time see under what conditions are the organic vegetables are picked and sold.

Farallon National Wildlife Refuge is a group of islands located 28 miles west of Newark. It sustains the largest sea bird breeding colony. There are more thirteen species, adding up to one quarter of a million individuals, breed here, including the largest colonies of cormorant and western gull found anywhere.

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