Map of bike paths / walking paths in the Fremont area


Recreational trails for walking, running and cycling in Fremont, Newark, Union City and Hayward, California area and surrounding communities

Fremont, California map area

Fremont, California

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Alameda Creek Trail

Bay Trail

Coyote Hills Regional Park Trail

Dumbarton Bridge Bike Path

Fremont Central Park

Hayward Neighborhood Trail

Industrial Parkway Trail

Mission Boulevard Trail

Newark Slough Trail

Quarry Lakes Regiona Recreation Area Trails


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San Francisco

The cities of Fremont, Newark, Union City and Hayward ore located on the east side of San Francisco Bay. They are directly across the bay from Palo Alto and San Mateo. This is a beautiful area with fantastic views looking west across the bay. This area is nestled between the water and the hills and has a mild climate year-round. It offers many outdoor recreational activities. There are several paved and unpaved pathways for cycling, walking, running, commuting and sight-seeing.

Alameda Creek Trail

The Alameda Creek Trail is a set of paved pathway that extend 11.5 miles from San Francisco Bay to Niles Canyon Road, crossing through Union City. The west end of the trails is located far out along the causeways that just out into the bay. The Alameda Creek Trail paths follow along each side of the channel for the creek as it heads upstream.

The south trail connects to the Shoreline Trail, that heads south to Highway 84. The south bank trail also connects with the many trails in Coyote Hills Regional Park.

The Alameda Creek Trail connects with other local trails that extend into the Union City. The trail passes by: David Jones Park, David Cann Neighborhood Park, the Isherwood Staging Area, Quarry Lakes Regional Recreation Area, Niles Community Park and Vallejo Mill.

Shoreline Trail

The Shoreline Trail follows causeways out in San Francisco Bay to the west of Fremont. The trail connects with the pedestrian walkway along the Highway 84 bridge that heads into Palo Alto. The Shoreline Trail also connects with the Alameda Creek Trail and the many trails of Coyote Hills Regional Park.

San Francisco Bay Trail

A portion of the San Francisco Bay Trail follows the shoreline from the Gordon E. Oliver Eden Shores Park near the Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge to Marina Park at the end of Fairway Drive. The San Francisco Bay Trail goes along the Hayward Regional Shoreline.

Quarry Lakes Trails

The Quarry Lake Regional Recreation Area is located on the north side of Fremont. There are several paths around the lakes and these paths connect to the Alameda Creek Trail.

Fremont Central Park

Fremont Central Park has paths that wrap around Lake Elizabeth and other areas of the park.


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the recreational trails for bike riding, running and walking in the Fremont area of 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