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BAY TRAIL

Along I-80 From Emeryville to Albany
Shoreline/West Berkeley 
Map of parks 
Bay Trail would provide a regional hiking and bicycling trail around the perimeter of the San Francisco and San Pablo Bays, once completed the whole route. For detail information and current status please check Bay Trail 
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History 
The Bay Trail Plan proposes development of a regional hiking and bicycling trail around the perimeter of the San Francisco and San Pablo Bays. The plan was developed in response to the Association of Bay Area Governments (AGAG), pursuant to Senate Bill 100, which mandated that the Bay Trail provide connections to existing park and recreation facilities; create links to existing and proposed transportation facilities; and be planned in such a way as to avoid adverse effects on environmentally sensitive areas. 
Features
  • A ten-foot wide asphalt-paved walkway with adjoining gravel jogging path, native plantings, and bench seating are envisioned by the plan 
  • Incredible views of the bay and waterfront
  • Hiking and biking trail

Restroom: No

Parking: Limited parking available in lot near Emeryville city limits 
Acreage6.3 acres | 274,430 sq. ft. 
AccessibilityTrail is fully wheelchair accessible but bypasses a beach near Emeryville, which is not accessible. handicap
Park HoursDoes not apply 

 

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