7. Coyote Creek Lagoon Trail - Fremont

Overview Map Highlighting Coyote Creek Trail

Length
2.5 miles one way

Amenities and Uses
Parking, hiking, bicycling, fishing. No pets.

Trail Surface
Compacted gravel levee. Wheelchair accessible only from south parking lot/trailhead.

Highlights
Fall through spring, this is one of the best trails on the Alameda County portion of the refuge for viewing, photographing, and studying water birds. Up to 35 species of birds can be seen. More species can be seen using binoculars and a spotting scope. Hidden behind a business park, it is the perfect place to get away from urban congestion.

Connections to Other Trails
Connects to Fremont Blvd., the paved portion of the Bay Trail.

Directions to Trailhead
North Parking Lot and Trailhead: From HWY 880, take the South Fremont/Cushing Pkwy. exit. Drive south on Fremont Blvd. Directly opposite 46600 Fremont Blvd. and 0.1 mile before the intersection with West Warren Ave., turn right onto an unsigned dirt road. This rutted road leads 0.2 miles to a city park with parking. The
trail begins at the brown metal gate.

South Parking Lot and Trailhead: Follow directions above. Instead of turning right toward West Warren Ave., continue straight on Fremont Blvd. for 1.5 additional miles. There is a parking lot on the left adjacent to 48481 Fremont Blvd. 


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Warm Springs and Coyote Creek Lagoon Trail Map