Berkeley Waterfront to Emeryville Marina
This popular walk from University Avenue to Shorebird Park in Emeryville runs along the Bay and provides stunning views of the Bay and Golden Gate Bridge. It’s just under 2 miles each way for a total of 4 miles round trip.
Shorebird Park Nature Center, Berkeley
At the Shorebird Visitor Center you’ll find aquariums and displays on local aquatic species, marine mammals and birds. The building is the first municipal strawbale building in the U.S. and provides information to visitors concerning recreation and marine conservation and education.
At the end of Powell Street and Marina Park at Emeryville Point, you’ll find the Emeryville Fishing Pier which was built on top of a breakwater for the Emeryville City Marina. Easy to get access, spend a lazy day fishing and watching sailboats go in and out of the Marina.
Popular with windsurfers and kayakers, this boat launch provides scenic access to the Bay, with stunning views of the Bay Bridge and Golden Gate in the distance. Enjoy a picnic at Shorebird Park or a meal at one of the Marina’s several restaurants afterwards!