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Best Hiking Trails in Fremont

Expert recommended Top 3 Hiking Trails in Fremont, California. All of our hiking trails face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve only the best!

MISSION PEAK REGIONAL PRESERVE

43600 Mission Boulevard, Fremont, CA 94539 Directions

Since 1990

Mission Peak Regional Preserve is viewable from parking areas on 3,000 acres. Tourists to the park are welcomed to carpool, use public transport and ride-sharing services, ride their motorcycles. It is a well-used park, with hundreds of tourists trying the 3-plus-mile hike to Mission Peak, particularly on weekends. The 550+-mile multi-use loop is designed along the San Francisco Bay (currently over 330 miles complete) hill and mountain ridgelines. You can enjoy 29-mile hiking and biking in the most scenic landscape of southern Alameda County. At Ohlone Colleg, all visitors to the park who access the trails. Eagle Spring Backpack Camp provides opportunities for backpack camping.

Forest Lake, Mountain Biking, Birding, Backpack Camp, Walking, Horseback Riding, Radio Control (R/C) Flying, Naturalist-Led Activities, Dogs on Leash, Running, Road Biking & Wild Flowers

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December 23 - March 31:
Mon - Sun 6:30 am - 8:00 pm
April 1 - December 22:
Mon - Sun 6:30 am - 9:00 pm

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COYOTE HILLS REGIONAL PARK

8000 Patterson Ranch Road, Fremont, CA 94555 Directions

Since 1967

Coyote Hills Regional Park is a regional park that covers 1,266 acres of marshland and growing grassland-lined hills. The park, which was committed to public use in 1967, is situated in Fremont, California. Bicycling, walking, and bird-watching are by far the most common visitor activities. The rich and varied history of the park also includes activities related to mission and settler ranching and agriculture. It offers the site of Tuibun Ohlone Village, which is more than 2,000 years old. Hikes through Coyote Hills provide scenic views of the San Francisco Bay and Southern Alameda County surrounding areas. Tourists can join a family house, a sweat house, and shade shelter in Ohlone style. The park features two picnic areas first-come-first-served. There is one reservable campground for groups. Also, there are several archaeological sites within the park, preserving evidence of habitation by Native Americans of the Ohlone group of tribes, including shellmounds.

Birding, Road Biking, Bicycling, Running, Beach, Dogs on Leash, Lake, Wild Flowers, Picnicking, Bird Watching, Nature Trips, Fishing, Exploration, Mountain, Walking, Jogging & Wildlife

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Mon - Sun 8:00 am - 6:00 pm

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QUARRY LAKES REGIONAL RECREATION AREA

2100 Isherwood Way, Fremont, CA 94536 Directions

Since 1997

Quarry Lakes Regional Recreation Area offers beautiful opportunities for travelers to walk and ride bicycles. The park's trail path links to the regional path of the Alameda Creek, which runs from the Niles canyon west to the coyote hills and the Don Edwards wildlife sanctuary on the bay of San Francisco. It is a stunning water-oriented leisure area, offering more active activities, including picnicking and boating. Tourists can swim at the authorized beach, have a picnic, play volleyball, fish, and enjoy watercraft powered by non-gasoline. On a first-come, first-served basis, one beach wheelchair is available at no charge. The Natural Unit includes Willow Slough and Lago Los Osos and the surrounding areas, where tourists can hike, observe nature, stroll dogs and ride bicycles.

Geo-Seeking, Volleyball, Picnicking, Canoeing and Kayaking, Swimming, Bicycling, Wildlife Viewing, Boating, Fishing, Camping, Scavenger Hunt, Nature Trips & Birding

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Mon - Sun 7:00 am - 5:00 am

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