Delta de Anza Regional Trail

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The Delta de Anza Regional Trail is 15 miles long, running between Willow Pass Road at Route 4 near Concord and Main Street (Rt. 4) at E. Cypress Road in Oakley. The eastern end in Oakley intersects Marsh Creek Trail. The trail also intersects the developing Mokulumne Trail by Antioch Community Park. There is a break in the trail between Neroly Road and Ridgeline Drive.

The trail links neighborhoods, business districts, schools, parks and the Los Medanos Community College. In the parks you'll find plenty of rest areas, restrooms, drinking fountains and picnic areas. There are plans to extend the trail another 10 miles, including west to Martinez.

The county reports that the trail is mostly wheelchair accessible, though some sections can be steep, particularly those adjacent to Los Medanos College and Marchetti Park in Pittsburg and segments on both sides of Canal Park in Antioch. The trail over the Willow Pass in the direction of Evora Road in Bay Point to Willow Pass Road in Concord is long and steep.

The Delta de Anza Trail is named commemoration of the route taken by Spanish explorer Juan Bautista de Anza during an 18th-century expedition in the region.

Parking and Trail Access

You can park along the trail in several places, including:

*at the east end where it meets the Marsh Creek trail (East Cypress Rd and Main Street)
*on the south side of Hillcrest Ave. near Terrace Dr.
*at both ends of Antioch Community Park (James Donlon Blvd. at Blythe Dr. and James Donlon Blvd. eastbound farther east of the main park entrance)
*at Ambrose Park (Bailey Rd. at Maylard St.; the Pittsburgh Bay BART station is also near here)
*at Ambrose Recreation and Park District ballfield (go to the the far end of the ballfield).

Reviews

Parts good, parts poor, some in between

   April, 2016 by sailsam

We live less than 2/10 mile from this trail, near Sommersville Road in Antioch.For review purposes there are four distinct parts of this trail Starting from the east end, where this trail meets up with the Marsh creek trail this trail is good, though ...read more

Not a bad trail but could be better

   September, 2015 by kc6wxx

I ride most of this trail or parts of it several times a week. It changes regularly in the Bay Point neighborhoods. As far as trail condition, i.e the amount of broken glass. The rest of the trail in Pittsburg and Antioch are clean and well maintained. ...read more

Be careful

   April, 2013 by mjw445

traveling through Pittsburg and BayPoint there have been strong arm robberies. Be observant of the surroundings. read more