The San Francisco Bay Water Trail opened 26 new launching and landing sites for non-motorized boats on the Bay. The Water Trail is a regional trail linking nine counties in the Bay Area. Administered by ABAG, the Water Trail program is an ongoing effort to create a network of launch and landing sites, or “trailheads,” to inspire people in human-powered boats and beachable sail craft to enjoy the historic, scenic, cultural, and environmental richness of San Francisco Bay through multiple-day and single-day trips on the Bay.
The Water Trail joins three other regional trail systems:
- San Francisco Bay Trail – a 500-mile shoreline trail around San Francisco Bay
- Bay Area Ridge Trail – a 550+-mile trail for hikers, mountain bicyclists, and equestrians along the ridgelines overlooking San Francisco Bay
- California Coastal Trail – a network of public trails along the 1200-mile California coastline
For more information, go to http://sfbaywatertrail.org/.
Big Break, Oakley is one of the sites