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Map of bike paths / walking paths in the Antioch and Pittsburg area

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Recreational trails for walking, running and cycling around Antioch & Pittsburg, California

Antioch & Pittsburg, California map area

Antioch & Pittsburg, California

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BIKE PATHS / WALKING PATHS

Big Break Regional Shoreline Trail

Black Diamond Mines Regional Preserve Trail

Canada Valley Trail

Contra Loma Regional Park Trail

Deerfield Corridor Trail

Delta De Anza Regional Trail

James Donlon Boulevard Multi-Use Path

Marsh Creek Regional Trail

Mesa Ridge Trail

Mokelumne Trail

Sand Creek Channel

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The cities of Antioch, Pittsburg, Brentwood, Bay Point and Oakley are located around 35 miles east of San Francisco Bay, 25 miles west of Stockton and just south of the San Joaquin River in Central California. They are all within Contra Costa County. This area is part of the San Joaquin-Sacramento River Delta.

There are multiple lengthy regional trails that pass through these cities as well as many local neighborhood recreational trails for walking, bike riding, running, commuting and other outdoor activities.

Delta De Anza Regional Trail

The Delta De Anza Regional Trail is a 19-mile long paved path that stretches between Willow Pass Road northeast of Concorde and E. Cypress Road in Oakley. The trail goes through the communities of Bay Point, Pittsburg, Antioch and Oakley passing next to residential neighborhoods.

The Delta De Anza Regional Trail passes by numerous schools and parks and intersects with several local and regional trails.

Read more about the Delta De Anza Regional Trail

Mokelumne Trail

The Mokulume Trail is a 10-mile long paved path that stretches from Somerville Road in Antioch to Garin Parkway in Brentwood. The route of the trail goes in a northwest / southeast diagonal through residential neighborhoods. The trail intersects, or comes near to, several other local and regional trails along its route. 

The Mokelumne Trail goes past the following points of interest: Mission Elementary School, Gentrytown Park, Chichibu Park, Sutter Elementary School, Prewett Park, Antioch City Prewett Park, Williamson Ranch Park, Heidorn Park,  Homecoming Park and Sunset Park Athletic Complex.

Read more about the Mokelumne Trail

Marsh Creek Regional Trail

The Marsh Creek Regional Trail is an 8-mile long paved path that extends from the Big Bend Regional Shoreline in Oakley to Concorde Avenue in Brentwood. The trail goes past a number of parks and connects to other local and regional trails.

On the north end, the Marsh Creek Regional Trail connects to the Big Break Regional Shorline Trail at the southeast corner of the area, 1 mile north of E. Cypress Road. When it crosses E. Cypress Road, the Marsh Creek Regional Trail is 0.5 miles from the Delta De Anza Regional Trail. In this area, there are local trails that head over to Iron Horse Elementary School and Delta Vista Middle School.

The Marsh Creek Regional Trail goes nearby the following points of interest: Iron Horse Elementary School, Delta Vista Middle School, Creekside Park, sunset Park Athletic Complex, Mokelumne Trail, Summerwood Park, Brentwood Elementary School, Brentwood Family , Aquatic Complex and Veterans Park.

Read more about the Marsh Creek Regional Trail

Big Break Regional Shoreline Trail

The Big Break Regional Shoreline is located on the north side of Oakley along the shores of the confluence of the Big Break River and the San Joaquin River. There is a visitor center and the Delta Discovery Experience just east of Big Break Road. A paved recreational trail heads east from Big Break Road and travels along the south side of the Big Break Regional Shoreline area next to the residential neighborhoods.

Trail users will need to travel along the residential streets in a few sections to get to the next portion of the trail. The trails goes right by Vintage Parkway Elementary School. At the east end of the Big Break Regional Shoreline Trail there is an intersection with the Marsh Creek Regional Trail that then heads south.

Contra Loma Regional Park

Contra Loma Regional Park consists of 780 acres of open space which includes an 80-acre reservoir. The park is managed by East Bay Regional Park District.This area is located directly south of James Donlan Boulevard in Antioch. It adjoins Antioch Community Park,  Black Diamond Mines Regional Preserve and Lone Tree Golf Course. The park has numerous soft-surfaced trails for hiking and biking as well as picnic areas and beaches with swimming.

Black Diamond Mines Regional Preserve

The Black Diamond Mines Regional Preserve is a 6,096-acre natural area located to the southwest of Antioch. This area was the location of coal mining in the 1860s and also has remnants of historic cattle ranches. The preserve is situated in the rugged hills and offers miles of soft-surfaced trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding.

Read more about the recreational trails at Black Diamond Mines Regional Preserve


Resources

Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the recreational trails in the Antioch and Pittsburg area in Central California.


Individual Maps for Recreational Trails in Central California

Below is a list of links to the individual maps for specific recreational trails in Central California.

Many additional recreational trails are displayed on the maps for each city or county

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