Joaquin Miller Park

Oakland, California

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This is the best singletrack in the East Bay. Ride through dense redwood groves in Oakland’s Joaquin Miller Park. Although the park is less than a square mile, there are enough trails to wind around for several miles and a couple of hours. There are too many short trails and options to spell out mileage directions for a specific route. Bring the map, and have fun exploring. Trails range from easy, smooth fire trails to technical singletracks with roots, rocks, and drops. Connect these trails with loops in Redwood Regional Park or Lake Chabot for a longer ride. Trail surface: Dirt singletrack and dirt roads.

Joaquin Miller Park Professional Review and Guide

"This is the best singletrack in the East Bay. Ride through dense redwood groves in Oakland’s Joaquin Miller Park. Although the park is less than a square mile, there are enough trails to wind around for several miles and a couple of hours. There are too many short trails and options to spell out mileage directions for a specific route. Bring the map, and have fun exploring. Trails range from easy, smooth fire trails to technical singletracks with roots, rocks, and drops. Connect these trails with loops in Redwood Regional Park or Lake Chabot for a longer ride. Trail surface: Dirt singletrack and dirt roads."

Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Oakland
Trail Type: Several options
Technical Difficulty: Easy to Difficult
Physical Difficulty: Moderate to Difficult
Duration: 30 minutes - 2 hours or more
Season: Year-round; Cool riding when it is hot everywhere else; some trails are closed in winter
Local Contacts: Oakland City Park
Local Maps: USGS Oakland East
Driving Directions: Directions to Joaquin Miller Park

Recent Trail Reviews

2/10/2018
0

A bit too many bikes on the weekend, otherwise great app good walk!


8/16/2008
0

Beautiful ride through often steep terrain. Print the guide and pay attention. Trails are not marked. Can you get lost in a city park--yes!



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May 2018