Millbrae and Burlingame Area - San Francisco Bay Trail

Burlingame, California

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A continuous path follows the Bayside from Millbrae Avenue south to the west end of Coyote Point Recreation Area with one small interruption. Where the water- side path is interrupted, pedestrians can use the sidewalks along Airport Boulevard and bicyclists can ride in the bike lanes. Millbrae’s Bayfront Park sits just south of the airport. Burlingame, one of the first cities in San Mateo County to meet BCDC’s public shoreline access requirements, has waterfront walkways along almost all of its 3 miles of Bay frontage. These paths cross bridges over sloughs, pass an array of hotels and restaurants and reach parks with lawns, trees, and playgrounds. Described here are two walks along the Millbrae and Burlingame shoreline. This trail guide includes the following trails: North Shoreline – Millbrae Avenue to Broadway, Stroll along the South Shoreline: Broadway to Coyote Point Recreation Area.

Millbrae and Burlingame Area - San Francisco Bay Trail Professional Review and Guide

"A continuous path follows the Bayside from Millbrae Avenue south to the west end of Coyote Point Recreation Area with one small interruption. Where the water- side path is interrupted, pedestrians can use the sidewalks along Airport Boulevard and bicyclists can ride in the bike lanes. Millbrae’s Bayfront Park sits just south of the airport. Burlingame, one of the first cities in San Mateo County to meet BCDC’s public shoreline access requirements, has waterfront walkways along almost all of its 3 miles of Bay frontage. These paths cross bridges over sloughs, pass an array of hotels and restaurants and reach parks with lawns, trees, and playgrounds. Described here are two walks along the Millbrae and Burlingame shoreline. This trail guide includes the following trails: North Shoreline – Millbrae Avenue to Broadway, Stroll along the South Shoreline: Broadway to Coyote Point Recreation Area."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Burlingame
Distance: 6
Trail Type: Several options
Duration: 3 hours
Season: Year-round
Local Contacts: County of San Mateo; City of San Mateo
Local Maps: USGS San Mateo
Driving Directions: Directions to Millbrae and Burlingame Area - San Francisco Bay Trail

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