Bayview Trail Loop is a 5.7 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Fremont, CA that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
well maintained and paved. good with kids
I really enjoy this. Lots of trails for street biking, dirt biking, or just hiking. Really nice and a must go to the top
I love this place for a quick hike. It's got a great view of the Bay and the marsh and multiple hikes that you can do. There's hikes that's all flat, one with a moderate incline, and ones where there's 3 steep hills. The place is dog and horse friendly. Lots of places for picnics, bird watching, and biking as well.
I love that you can get cell reception throughout the park so if you want to hike on your own, you'll know help is just a phone call away.
The only major downside here is that the place stinks.
our ride was good I had a friend with me and we left from hayward recreational wild life .and we had a good ride .
Ran the 10k course great day to be alive
Great workout easy trails nice view
This is the worst trail ever there was too much pollen flying around it was all flat land so u cant hike i wouldnt recommend it
Had a blast lots of people out on the trails today
Love running here and love the views and varied terrain for running.
Got 15 miles out of it...
Good for beginners
I went here and it was pretty decent. Not much nice people but the scenery is nice. I really enjoy seeing the bay, salt pods, and little rivers. the thing I had most problem was with some of the people you'll pass by. out of 8 people I passed during my hike only 2 ever said hi or smiled. .. kind of rude but whatever.
I loved the red hill trail. so much incline but a pain in the but going down since the trails are little rocks and very unstable.
I also did the Pelicans trail and it was so freaking windy. and didn't help that I needed to use the restroom and couldn't hide anywhere. but it was nice walking on water is what it seems.
you'll run into a lot of dragonflies on the trails and loads of wind and smell of sea salt.
I'd pay for parking but there was more parking once you enter pattern pass.
its a nice place to walk. Much better in late February to early april. Its nice and green during that time of year. After that its all brown
There's definitely some more difficult places to go around the east bay, but nothing beats the cool breeze coming off the bay while hiking the ridge line. There's some benches on the highest peak to watch the sun set on the other side of the bay.
I'll always keep coming back to this park, it's been a favorite since my childhood.
I grew up near this park and it's by far one of my favorite spots for getting lost in marshy walkways and birdwatching. It has scenic views of the Bay and recently installed a beautiful educational garden. There are also great bike paths that take loop you along the hills and bay.
In the spring (March), also expect the surrounding farm area to be covered in stunning yellow mustard fields.