Spring on the Richmond Bay Trail

Richmond Bay Trail Network,

Arrival of Spring brings a cornucopia of fun and rewarding events along the Bay Trail in Richmond for all ages — from children to the “Over the Hills Gang".  Check out the Richmond Bay Trail Calendar to learn about:

  • Earth Day cleanup at Point Molate Beach
  • Touring historic BoilerHouse Restaurant & Craneway Pavilion after partaking of “Rosie" beverages and chef’s specials
  • Guided outings exploring Bay Trail natural and cultural history on the Landfill Loop as well as in Point Pinole & Miller/Knox Regional Shorelines
  • National Park ranger walks to learn about historic Kaiser Shipyard 3 and the enormous teamwork effort on the Home Front
  • Native plant restoration along the Bay Trail
  • Bay Rising Pedal Power concert at Keller Beach including Rupa & The April Fishes and SHAKE YOUR PEACE!
  • Kayaking to Brooks Island for naturalist- guided walking tours

AND HOLD THE DATE ! ! !  Saturday, May 26: Grand Opening Rosie The Riveter Visitor Education Center & Shipyard 3 Bay Trail. Festivities will start at 10 AM with opening the new Visitor Center in the Oil House of the Ford Assembly Building on the Bay Trail between Lucretia Edwards Park and Harbour Way South.  After touring the new visitor center, migrate to the historic Kaiser Shipyard 3 cafeteria building on Canal Blvd. for a 1 PM celebration opening the new Shipyard 3 section of the San Francisco Bay Trail. Join a walking and bicycling parade along the two-mile Shipyard 3 Trail visiting scenic overlooks en route to the SS Red Oak Victory, which will have an Open House with free tours.  Walkers may return to the cafeteria building via a motor vehicle shuttle service.  

 

Check out the Richmond Bay Trail Calendar for dates and details of these fun events with locations shown on the attached map. This will allow you to take advantage of the 31+ miles of San Francisco Bay Trail built in Richmond while the City of Richmond, East Bay Regional Park District and TRAC work to close the 10.8 miles of gaps remaining.

 

       by    TRAC Steering Committee

 

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