Looking for a great trail near Richmond, California? AllTrails has 20 great hiking trails, trail running trails, mountain biking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails in Fort Funston, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Point Pinole Regional Park or Point Isabel Regional Shoreline. Ready for some activity? There are 11 moderate trails in Richmond ranging from 1.8 to 11 miles and from 13 to 1,148 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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Great off leash dog walking. Lots if playful mutts of all sizes plus great views.

15 days ago

great trail, mainly flat and easy for all levels, accessible, off leash great for dogs.

Nice trail, but had to turn back due to aggressive cattle.

Great views, lots of elevation options.

Nice stroll with good view of the bay area

The winter rain left some muddy parts to forge; but hey hiking in winter aloft the expanse of the Bay- who cares? A great get out of the hub-bub and hike kinda place. You’ll have cows on the trail to skirt around but they seem oblivious. Saw dogs chasing a Coyote and wondered about the owners, but not too long. Great open hills to climb.

muddy but nice little walk with good views

This is basically my backyard and I love it. So much here to explore

Super easy to walk especially on a nice day!

Lovely long walk with varying difficulties, and so close to the city! Traveling clockwise will put the hard hills first. Dogs can be off leash, just beware of roaming cattle. The forest section can get a little muddy and slippery at times, so wear decent footware if it's rains recently.

walking
1 month ago

It’s actually very pretty for being so close to houses and city life. We went on a cool misty morning, and it was quiet and secluded. It was fun to see cows along the trail. If you have more time, you can do the longer loop! It is an easy-moderate hike and a great place to trail run!

Muddy and slippery after a rain at sections.

hiking
2 months ago

This hike was fairly repetitive- it's a lot of rolling hillsides, with cows and wildlife along the way. I wouldn't do it on a hot day, on a foggy winter day it was perfect. There isn't a lot of shade. At the back end of the loop hike we encountered two coyotes on the trail. It was getting near sundown, and I was a little freaked out because I had a small terrier with me. One coyote was on the trail itself, and the other coyote I saw over a ridge playing with a baby calf. It was surreal. The trail itself was pretty flat and got more strenuous at the end with some elevation. Lots of cows, and moderate number of people. If you do the entire trail, it's roughly 3.5 hours of hiking, so start early.

Great views, but not much shade, better hike for slightly chilly day

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

Great place in the middle of city! Lots of cows and people. Some inclines to start and finished through the woods. Great view of the city! There is a portion of pavement which is my least favorite but on this route, it’s minimal.

Lots of wild life to see. Coyotes, turkeys, cows, deer.

Amazing views of the bay, not a long hike to get to a good vantage point.

saw 2 coyotes, mostly in the sun, lots of hills

Very small and flat, better to go up miller knox

hiking
4 months ago

Nice short hike with beer after

Take the loop clockwise for the best views. Take it counter clockwise for more gradual inclines. Overall this is a nice hike, a scaled down version of some of the more demanding, more beautiful hikes in the Bay Area.

best place to hike with dogs

cool flat place to hike

on a clear day the views would be spectacular

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