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From sunlit shores to majestic hilltops, Richmond’s network of open space, parks and trails provides residents and visitors alike with a refuge from the hustle and bustle of urban life and plays a crucial role in protecting wildlife. Swimming, Camping, Fishing,¬†Boating, Trails, Dog parks, and picnic and rental facilities are located throughout nine parks that are part of the East Bay Regional Park District. The Richmond Bay Trail has the most miles of trail connectivity of any city in the entire Bay Area. The Trails for Richmond Action Committee is working diligently with sponsors, donors and volunteers to help close the remaining gaps. Found here is Point Pinole, Miller-Knox, Point Isabel on the shoreline, Brooks Island in the Bay, and Kennedy Grove, Sobrante Ridge, and part of Wildcat Canyon.

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