Berkeley Bayside Stroll

Berkeley Bayside Stroll

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$0 – $100

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Location

Aquatic Park

80 Bolivar Drive

Berkeley, CA 94710

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Join Greenbelt Alliance as we explore Berkeley's Aquatic Park and Marina!

About this event

We'll share the history and evolution of the park, as well as the many ways Berkeley's waterfront areas provide habitat for wildlife and recreation for people. Along with panoramic vistas, we'll view birds, sailboats, houseboats, kites, and more—all along fairly level terrain.

Leader

Bob Johnson

Total Distance

This is a moderate walk of 5.7 miles round trip with minimal (70 feet) elevation change.

Weather Policy

Rain cancels

Cost

Free, but reservations required

Where to Meet

We will meet where Addison Street ends at Bolivar Way in Berkeley’s Aquatic Park. If coming by car on I-80, exit at University Avenue heading east, turn right at 6th Street, and right again after one block onto Addison. Continue past the railroad tracks to Bolivar Drive. Parking is generally available along Bolivar Drive but check signage for any limitations. Cars parking on Bolivar will need to face north (on the east side of the road, no parking on the west side) so they may want to use Bancroft to go over the tracks, and go right on Bolivar to find parking.

By public transit, take the AC Transit 51B bus from downtown Berkeley or other locations. Get off at 4th Street, cross left under the University Avenue overpass and go right on Addison Street, and continue across the railroad tracks to Bolivar Drive.

Notes

Bring water, snacks, and lunch. Dress in layers and wear good walking shoes. If you have questions about this outing, please email Ken Lavin at klavin@greenbelt.org or phone (415) 543-6771 x321.

Photo: Bob Johnson

About the Outing Leader

Bob Johnson recently retired after serving for 30 years as a Greenbelt Alliance Board member. He has also worked with Urban Advantage to produce photo-realistic visualizations of better urban design. Previously, he worked for many years as a securities analyst in Japan as well as the Bay Area. With Janet Byron, he co-wrote the book Berkeley Walks featuring self-guided urban tours.

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