Albany Bulb, Albany
As you walk on the trails at the Albany Bulb, you’ll find evidence of the wild history of the Bulb and discover some of the urban art created by local artists out of the debris at this former trash dump.
Rosie the Riveter Visitor Center, Richmond
Located along the Bay Trail, this National Park explores and honors the efforts and sacrifices of American civilians on the World War II home front. The museum details how they lived and worked – particularly highlighting the role of women and African-Americans in making Richmond one of the most productive industrial sites during the war.
Miller Knox Regional Shoreline, Richmond
This large 307-acre park boasts nine separate picnic areas with BBQs that can be reserved and accommodate 50 to 200 people. It’s great for big family gatherings, birthday parties, and social club events. There’s also a volleyball and horseshoe court.
Point Isabel Regional Shoreline, Richmond
Welcome to dog heaven! Canines are everywhere at this shoreline park. While your dog is busy making new furry friends, you can enjoy the spectacular views of the Golden Gate Bridge and the Bay. You can also get your dog washed and groomed at the park while you grab a coffee and snack from the café.