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CLICK HERE to make a tax deductible contribution toward completing the Bay Trail in Richmond via the non-profit San Francisco Bay Trail Project.  Be sure to mark your donation "for the Bay Trail Project in Richmond” either on the mail-in form or under "Gift Note/Special Instructions" on the form for secure credit card donations.

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WELCOME TO THE RICHMOND BAY TRAIL

July 1, 2014:  Download  the colorful  Richmond Bay Trail 2014 Mid Year Report >>

Joggers on the Richmond Bay Trail - Shimada Park
Happy Trails
Photo by © Dale F. Mead, El Cerrito

Richmond has completed over 32 miles of San Francisco Bay Trail - far more than any other city on this planned 500-mile multi-purpose trail encircling San Francisco and San Pablo Bays.

Richmond Bay Trail Featured in KQED Quest Video Journey of the San Francisco Bay Trail

Click Here to view slide shows of major Bay Trail sections in Richmond.

This website is sponsored by TRAC, the Trails for Richmond Action Committee, to facilitate enjoyment of the trail already built and to highlight efforts to close the remaining ten miles of Bay Trail gaps in Richmond.

Sandy Steinman's "Birds of the Bay Trail" Bicycle Riders on the Richmond Bay Trail
Bicycle Riders on the Richmond Bay Traii -
Photo by Ellen Gailing
Snowy Egret at Lucretia Edwards Park on the Richmond Bay Trail
   
For more information, email TRAC

EcoTourism on the Bay Trail in Richmond, anyone? Download the .PDF!
Also see the City of Richmond's TRAC website