Coastal Parklands

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Description

This project includes all the Coastal Parklands from the Carquinez Bridge South through Oakland, including the Bay Trail.

Also see East Bay Highways for nearby encampment cleanups.

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Over 4 cleanups, we've removed 101 bags of trash

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Crocket to Pinole

Pinole Shores

Small park in Pinole, CA.

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Richmond

Point San Pablo and Surrounding Area

This segment includes Point San Pablo and San Pablo Marina and Castro Cove to the East, and Pt. Molate and Castro Point to the South all the way to the bridge.

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Richmond

Stege Marsh - Hoffman Marsh

This area includes the wetlands on either side of the Bay Trail between Marina Bay, and Pt. Isabel including the Meeker Slough, and the ditch along S. 32nd St that drain to the bay.

Do not enter endangered Clapper Rail habitat areas near the UC Richmond Field Station in the North, the Clapper Rail breeding season is February 1 through August 31.

NOTE: Do not enter fenced toxic waste remediation areas.

Minimize traversing wetland areas, focus instead on trash in verge areas to prevent it flowing into the wetlands.

Hoffman Marsh has significant trash coming off the highway, accessible from the Central Ave. Be sure to wear neon safety vest anytime near highways.

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Albany

Albany Bulb and Beach

Albany Beach Area including Buchanan Street across from Golden Gates field up to where the Bay Trail Path heads North.

Do not go into the protected dune areas at Albany Beach.

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Berkeley

Bay Trail Gilman to University

Pathway from University to Gilman, including the 'Virginia Trailhead' (un-signed) which is a frequent dumping area.

See also the McLaughlin Segment under the Coastal Parks Project.

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Berkeley

The Brickyard Park

New park, not yet opened, access via the Seabreeze Cafe parking lot. Note: See also the Seabreeze Area under Bay Shore Trail Project.

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Emeryville

Shorebird Park to Pt. Emery

Two acre park, including the area adjacent to Chevy’s, North to Point Emery.

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Crocket to Pinole

Point Pinole Regional Shoreline

Large, 2400 acre regional park.

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Richmond

Point Richmond MIller/Knox Shoreline

300 Acre park with stunning views of the bay.

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Richmond

Point Isabel

Point Isabel, is a popular and sprawling dog park. The ‘main’ part of the park in in the North, along Hoffman Channel, but the park wraps around the US Post Office Distribution Center.

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Berkeley

Bay Trail Albany Beach to Gilman

This segment includes the parking areas along Buchanan and the new trail West of Golden Gate Fields, which starts at Albany Beach and continues South to the Sports Fields at Gilman.

The ‘Albany Bulb’ segment under the Coastal Parks project overlaps with this segment.

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Berkeley

Mclaughlin State Park

This Park includes several sections, the first is the narrow shoreline strip from Gilman St. South to Schoolhouse Creek (called the ‘North Basin Strip’ on park maps). The second major area is the ‘Berkeley Meadow’ which is bounded by Virginia Creek in the North and University Ave. in the South. Note that the Northern-most section of Mclaughlin in Albany is included in the Albany Bulb segment.

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Berkeley

Bay Trail Pedestrian Bridge to Beach Trail Access

This segment includes the rocky stretch of path from Pt. Emery to where the riprap ends near the Pedestrian bridge (the green areas are included in the Seabreeze segment).

Note that the Beach Trail Access area in the South is it's own segment, as is the Seabreeze Area in the North

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Emeryville

Emeryville Marina Park

Walkways, picnic areas, and a place where people hang out in their cars. Hangout areas generally generate significant amounts of litter.

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Richmond

Wildcat Marsh and Landfill Loop Trail

Area surrounding the now-closed Richmond Landfill.

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Richmond

Richmond Marina Bay Parks

Marina Bay includes a series of parks including the Lucretia Edwards Shoreline Park, Marina Park, Vincent Park and Shimada Friendship Park

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Albany

Albany Mudflats

This area includes the entire shoreline enclosed by Point Isabel in the North, and the Albany Bulb in the South. .

There is currently one active campsite about 100 yards from Buchanan along path.

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Berkeley

Gilman Fields Parking Area

The area around the Gilman St. parking lot including the North side of the fields.

The Gilman fields are a joint project of the cities of Albany, Berkeley, El Cerrito, Emeryville, and Richmond. The land is owned by East Bay Regional Parks.

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Berkeley

Seabreeze and surrounding area

The area around the Seabreeze Parking lot, including: 

  • The parking lot and surrounding sidewalks (watch for bikes!)

  • The beach to the West of Seabreeze 

  • The bike path and greenway heading South to where the Riprap starts - all the green area along the path basically.

Note: See East Bay Highways Project - Hwy 580 - University for  the encampment. See Coastal Parks - Brickyard Park for the park to the South.

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Emeryville

Point Emery and Beach Trail Access

Beach Trail Parking area is accessible from Frontage Road near the shoreline a little North of Ashby. This is a frequent hangout spot, including some long-term campers.

Point Emery Park is a 1.4 Acre park, a frequent hangout spot with a few trails.

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Emeryville

Emeryville Shoreline from Powell to the Bridge

This stretch is only accessible by taking the freeway onramp. The offramp to Toll Plaza Beach is immediately after the flyover on the Right, if you miss this, you will be driving to San Francisco.

This segment includes the horseshoe shaped wetlands area bounded by Powell in the North, the bay trail in the East, and the Bridge all the way to the Toll Plaza Beach.