Connecting the communities of Concord, Bay Point, Pittsburg, Antioch, and Oakley, the Delta de Anza Regional Trail provides an alternative transportation corridor and numerous recreation activities for the region. Walk, bike, or ride your horse on the trails along the picturesque Carquinez Strait.
This historic trail is part of the heralded 1,210 mile route taken by Spanish explorer Juan Bautista de Anza and the 1775-76 Spanish Expedition that departed from Nogales, Arizona and settled in the San Francisco Bay Area. Jump back in time and visit the Vicente Martínez adobe, located at the John Muir National Historic Site, where you will learn about the exploits of the de Anza expedition and the subsequent Spanish and Mexican histories of settlement in northern California.
In 2006, the California Legislature authorized a plan to adopt the “Great California Delta Trail.” The Delta Trail is intended to be a continuous regional recreational corridor extending through the Delta. It includes the shorelines of all five Delta counties and links the San Francisco Bay Trail system to the Sacramento River trails in Yolo and Sacramento counties.
If your style is less about the history and more about the fun, choose to play at the various regional and community parks where you can enjoy a picnic, play with your kids, or meditate under the canopy of a tree.
Bring your boots and get going on a trail today!
1Antioch Riverfront Promenade
A Street, Antioch
22Sacramento Waterfront Dock - Old Sacramento Public Dock
1002 2nd Street, Sacramento