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The Mokelumne Trail begins at a shopping center near the intersection of Buchanan Rd. and Somersville Rd in Antioch, California. A section of the Delta de Anza Regional Trail starts on the other side of this intersection. The trail runs along a wide, grassy corridor. At Lone Tree Way, the trail meets the Delta de Anza Regional Trail. Cross Lone Tree Way, then turn right. You will pass an entrance to the Delta de Anza Trail first. The Mokelumne trail resumes at the entrance to the Sutter Delta Medical Center.
In a few miles, the trail reaches Prewett Family Park, which contains a water park, a skate park, the Prewett library, and parking. After passing a shopping center, the trail briefly runs along the sidewalk, then crosses Lone Tree Way and Hillcrest Ave. The trail continues from Hillcrest Ave across the street from Williamson Ranch Park. The trail then passes through Heidorn Park, which has water and restrooms. It dead-ends just before SR 4. There are plans to build a bridge over the highway to connect the trail sections.
On the other side of SR 4, the Mokelumne Trail restarts in a residential subdivision. The trail continues for a little more than a mile before reaching a railroad line. There is currently no direct route across the railroad. The final section of the trail begins on the other side. In Brentwood, it intersects the Marsh Creek Trail. The Mokelumne Trail ends at Sunset Park in Brentwood.
The Mokelumne Trail is separate from the Mokelumne Coast to Crest Trail, a regional multiuse trail network following the Mokelumne River through northern California
In Antioch, parking is available at Prewett Family Park (4701 Lone Tree Way) and Williamson Ranch Park (Williamson Ranch Dr and Tumbleweed Ct).
At the east end of the trail in Brentwood, parking is available at Sunset Park Athletic Complex (655 Sunset Rd).
I enjoy the trail and I want to bring to your attention that the distance marker along the trail are no longer visible. Part of the fun walking and riding the trail is keeping track of the distance traveled. Please restore the painted distance markers.
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