An approximately 1.4 mile walk (each way) from River Park off Wilson Ave to Independence Park off Mare Island Way. This flat shoreline walk offers great views of Mare Island, the former Naval Station, and passes by the Vallejo Ferry. Trail surface is both paved and natural.
White Slough, Vallejo
Mudflats reclaimed by nature now host hundreds of waterfowl, raptors, shorebirds, and gulls. Black Rail are known to breed here, and likely Ridgeway’s Rail too. The Saltmarsh Common Yellowthroat also breeds here, as do Least Terns. All seasons have good birding potential.
Zampa Bridge, Vallejo-Crockett
There is a two-way twelve foot bicycle and pedestrian path on the west side of the western (westbound) span. The distance is .6 miles.
River Park, Vallejo
With a paved segment of Bay Trail running along Wilson Avenue on its east side and natural surface trails running along the shoreline of Mare Island Strait, this park offers great views of the Mare Island Naval Shipyard and a bit of green in the midst of urban Vallejo.