3. Shoreline Trail & 4. No Name Trail - Fremont

Overview Map Highlighting Shoreline and No Name Trails

Length
4 miles one way

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

Trail Surface
Mostly flat, compacted dirt levee. The trail is extremely muddy after rain.

Highlights
This trail follows a salt pond levee separating SanFrancisco Bay from the Newark salt ponds. Enjoy sweeping views across the bay to San Francisco and San Mateo County, and of birds at low tide.

Connections to Other Trails
Shoreline Trail connects to No Name Trail and the Alameda Creek Trail of East Bay Regional Parks. No Name Trail connects to Bayview Trail and Apay Trail in Coyote Hills Regional Park. All trails are part of the Bay Trail system. Connects to Bay Trail that crosses the Dumbarton Bridge. 

Directions to Trailhead
From HWY 84 on the east side of the Dumbarton Bridge, take the Thornton Ave. exit. Drive 0.6 miles south on Thornton Ave. Turn right onto Marshlands Rd. and drive until it dead ends at the Dumbarton Fishing Pier parking lot. Look for the Shoreline Trail sign on a chain link fence under the Dumbarton Bridge.

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Newark Slough and No Name Trail Map