The park includes tidelands and upland property along 8.5 miles of shoreline of the San Francisco Bay. The park extends from the City of Richmond in the north to Emeryville and Oakland in the south, ending near the east anchorage of the San Francisco Bay Bridge. The tidelands comprise rich tidal marshes, sub tidal areas, and mudflats that extend bay ward from the shoreline including the Emeryville Crescent, Albany Mudflat, and Hoffman Marsh. Much of the existing upland area is the result of fill placement in the Bay west of the historic shoreline. The shoreline reflects the unique influences of both natural systems and human intervention.

Easy and nice views

This is a very nice well-paved trail with spectacular views of the bay. Great for walking or bike riding.

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Great view to San Francisco along the trail. Easy paved trail. Saw a multitude of birds on land and in water, though didn't see any wintering owls. The marina is peaceful as usual. The fishing pier has been blocked due to structural safety issues.

trail running
Wednesday, November 02, 2016

Great views of the city. Paved and dirt trail with rolling hills. Great place for jogging, biking and dog walking. Also awesome location for catching the sunset across the city.

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trail running
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trail running
Monday, June 26, 2017

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Tuesday, December 27, 2016

road biking
Monday, December 26, 2016