Not gonna lie - this is not one of our favorites.
But it's convenient for specific use cases for us. Namely when the humans want to bike ride and have me run both on and off leash with them.
The park is essentially an oval, with the perimeter as an on-leash paved biking/walking trail and an off-leash area in the middle, which is primarily dirt, grass and some gravel.
The park is near the Oakland airport, which is kinda cool since you can watch planes land and takeoff - but also means a lot of noise.
You need a dirt/mountain bike to ride in the off-leash area as it's rocky and can get very muddy after it rains.
My humans like having me run off leash with them when they bike. If you're a chaser then there's ample room to run here!
Be careful where you step...a lot of people don't seem to pick up after their pups.
They're doing a lot of renovation here. It seems like to build paths that go through the middle of the park, so it may look very nice within a year or two. But until then, there's a lot of construction going on.
While there are some nice views here, it's very industrial and a bit stinky when the wind is just right. Sometimes it smells like a tar pit, and other times it's just stinky.
Getting some practice runs with my new booties.
Tired pup = happy pup (even with booties)
The paved trail around the park from the Neptune Drive entrance to the Bill Lockyer Bridge is 2 miles.
Since there are a lot of serious road cyclists here it's very important to keep dogs leashed where it's designated. No accidents, please!
The bicyclists here are all very polite letting you know when they need to pass.
Views from the bridge
Lots of bird watching here.