Explore the most popular trails in Miller/Knox Regional Shoreline with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Miller/Knox Regional Shoreline is the result of a hard-won battle by local residents to preserve and protect former industrial lands. The park is named after California state senator George Miller Jr. and California assemblyman Jack Knox who helped secure and fund the parklands. The old ferry dock and abandoned buildings at Ferry Point once served Santa Fe passengers and freight and were the end of a transcontinental railroad. The saltwater lagoon is surrounded by grassy lawns and pleasant picnic areas, as well as a flat, paved trail. This area is well-suited for a morning jog, walking the dog, or relaxing with your family or friends. Parkgoers can also swim at Keller Beach, or take a more rugged walk in the park’s hills across the street to the east.

Flat and beautiful scenery!

Great views, lots of elevation options.

Super easy to walk especially on a nice day!

This is a nice little park with a nice view on a clear day.

Very small and flat, better to go up miller knox

hiking
7 months ago

Nice short hike with beer after

hiking
Sunday, December 03, 2017

Flat and esy.... Did it with my wife.

Oil

trail running
Saturday, April 01, 2017

Perfect for a short hike or trail run. A lot of paths to choose from, so it can be easy to strenuous. Gorgeous views of the bridges and the city.

Nice, quick, close hike. I usually do this one by myself with my dog. :)

walking
Sunday, February 07, 2016

Nice place for dogs and group picnics/barbecues. Great views of the bay, San Raphael bridge, Bay Bridge, Oakland, and San Francisco. Parts of the park were closed for improvements. Not many trails.. Just a path around the lagoon and near the shoreline.

road biking
Thursday, January 28, 2016

Instead of hiking up the hills, I did a scenic shoreline loop with a bike ride. Excellent views next to the water and on the fishing pier.

hiking
Sunday, October 27, 2013

It's a good park for a picnic or to let kids run around but for a hike or walk there isn't really anything worth going for. Dogs must be on leash so we just left and found another place to go hiking.

hiking
Monday, October 15, 2012

Great local hike with wonderful views. The dogs loved it and its not too crowded.

hiking
Monday, September 17, 2012

Great hike! I followed the suggested route in here and finished it in an hour. Great mix of uphill, down, sunny, shade, and great 360 views of Point Richmond and Richmond.

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