India Basin to ATandT Park

San Francisco, California

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In some ways, this section of the San Francisco Bay Trail feels like it’s on its way, but it’s not quite there yet. The trail is often well marked, but it would benefit from a few more nature breaks. Still, while not all of this hike is traditionally scenic, it gives you a more nuanced view of the city. Two early highlights of this route include India Basin Shoreline Park and Heron’s Head Park, significant wetland habitats for approximately one hundred bird species. The middle section of the hike continues on industrial Illinois Street or one block west on 3rd Street in the heart of the rapidly developing Dogpatch neighborhood. The end of the hike passes by waterfront restaurants where you can stop for a bite or drink before taking in baseball history in China Basin Park and at AT&T Park.
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Urban Trails San Francisco

by Alexandra Kenin (The Mountaineers Books)

In some ways, this section of the San Francisco Bay Trail feels like it’s on its way, but it’s not quite there yet. The trail is often well marked, but it would benefit from a few more nature breaks. Still, while not all of this hike is traditionally scenic, it gives you a more nuanced view of the city.

Two early highlights of this route include India Basin Shoreline Park and Heron’s Head Park, significant wetland habitats for approximately one hundred bird species. The middle section of the hike continues on industrial Illinois Street or one block west on 3rd Street in the heart of the rapidly developing Dogpatch neighborhood. The end of the hike passes by waterfront restaurants where you can stop for a bite or drink before taking in baseball history in China Basin Park and at AT&T Park.

© 2016  Alexandra Kenin /The Mountaineers Books. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Hiking, Trail Running
Nearby City: San Francisco
Distance: 5.0
Elevation Gain: Minimal
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 5-6 hours
Season: Year-round
Accessibility: Dog-friendly, Kid-friendly
Local Contacts: San Francisco Bay Trail; Port of San Francisco; San Francisco Recreation and Park Department
Local Maps: India Basin Shoreline Park, San Francisco
Driving Directions: Directions to India Basin to AT&T Park

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Apr 2018