Miller Knox Regional Shoreline reviews
We had a great time at Miller Knox Regional Shoreline, which is a wonderful Bay Side park in Richmond. We took a walk to see the views. One can go swimming. There is usually picnics (but not... more »
This open space in Pt. Richmond provides sweeping views of the San Francisco bay, picnic tables, a fishing spot on a old train/ferry pier, walking/biking paths, ample parking, and an abundance of... more »
Here's another beautiful park to enjoy or hike or picnic - gorgeous iconic Bay Area views. There are some easy hiking trails here. more »
Nice to be able to have a walk in the park with few worries. The maintenance staff does a fantastic job with the facilities in keeping them clean, stocked & serviceable considering how many people visit & use these daily throughout. People visiting need to pick up after their pets more often though. It is important to make sure that your vehicle is locked & valuables secured. There is always some element watching & looking for an opportunity, especially late in the evening. Otherwise, it's a nice place to go with family, friends & pets.
Hiking here is manageable and views are excellent on a clear day. You can even get over to the Rosie the Riveter Museum or the USS Red Oak (both are super close by). if you want to make a full day with your kiddos (or by yourself like me) pack a lunch and enjoy yourself! There’s some great bird watching, and I love to check out the people fishing off the pier. It’s a pretty amazing place to see wild flowers and black berries. Definitely highly recommend this place.
Very nice place to go for a scenic walk, awesome views of the bay. The bathrooms are really nice, they flush, no honey buckets here. Great place to barbecue or just chill with the family. Definitely recommend it.
I make my own work schedule and I come here during the week.. I don't go here on the weekend it can be a bit crowded for parking.. There are asphalt walking areas making it ideal for the disabled to get around. Stay off the rocks around the shoreline...when there are a lot of people at the park climbing on the shoreline a helicopter flies by if someone is on the rocks telling them to ..Get Off.. Not sure what would happen if you didn't get off ..no one hasn't that I've seen.. There are hiking and walking trails that lead away from the shoreline..these trails don't seem to be too difficult to navigate.. Your dog is welcome if they are on a leash..there are signs everywhere to keep your dog leashed... Even if your dog's friendly another dog might not like them.. The park section just after the tunnel does not allow dogs at any time... Bathrooms are clean and plentiful BUTT (sic) take your own paper with you.. they often run out of paper Bring food and water if you'll be there for awhile Point Richmond has NO FAST FOOD ..AND ONLY ONE REASONABLY PRICED EXCELLENT HAMBURGER RESTAURANT JUST BEFORE THE TUNNEL ENTRANCE...AND THEY ARE FRESH MADE TO ORDER AND ONLY 6 OR SO DOLLARS for a 1/4lb Basic hamburger..I'm not a hamburger lover even so I usually stop there..the rest of town offering tend to be pricey ..example $9 for a fish taco..20$ hamburger and fries. There are two small markets one has a selection of hot dogs ... I prefer this park to any other in Richmond
A jewel of a park. Picnic areas, playground, lots of lawn areas, shade trees, and a pond. There are bathrooms, BBQs, and walking paths. Great views of the bay, the Richmond bridge, and Mt. Tam. Summer weekends it's packed with picnickers, birthday parties and the like, but the park is so large it just feels festive, not crowded. East Bay Regional Parks are the best!
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