Point Pinole Fishing Pier
This 1,250-foot pier is extremely popular and takes the adventurous fisher into the deeper waters of San Pablo Bay. Kingfish, perch, smelt, flounder, sole, sharks, skates, and rays are common. Salmon, steelhead, striped bass, and sturgeon have also been known to be caught here occasionally. The pier also boasts panoramic views of San Pablo Bay and Mt. Tamalpais.
Point Pinole Regional Shoreline
This huge, 2,315-acre park has several picnic areas with BBQs and boasts over 12 miles of trails, one of the longest fishing piers at 1,250-feet-long, a play area, and a volleyball and horseshoe court.
Point Pinole Regional Shoreline, Richmond
This 2,315 acre park is the former site of a dynamite plant. Now, the only exploding going here is the laughter from people having fun! With over 12 miles of trails, several picnic areas with BBQs, a play area, volleyball court, horseshoe court, a popular 1,250-foot fishing pier, and amazing views of Mt. Tamalpais and San Pablo Bay, there’s something for everyone here.