Alameda Creek Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Alameda County, California. It is 11.3 miles long and begins at 21 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 22.6 miles with a total elevation gain of 909 feet. The Alameda Creek and Alameda Creek Trail informations and the Niles Staging Area parking can be seen along the trail. There are also drinking waters, a wetland, a bbq, a tree, a bench, restroom, a picnic site, and a bicycle parking along the trail.
Alameda Creek Trail Professional Review and Guide
"Central Park, a large recreational area in central Fremont, is the starting point for the ride. Leading out of the park through quiet residential neighborhoods, the route takes you past Shinn Historic Park, site of the restored Victorian home of James Shinn, an early California pioneer. Built in 1876, the home is today open to the public and furnished with period pieces, including some mementos of the Shinn family. After crossing Alameda Creek, you head back toward Fremont along Alameda Creek Regional Trail, which you share with pedestrians and runners. Bikes must yield to others at all times."
--Conrad Boisvert, East Bay Bike Trails (Penngrove Publications).
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