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September 2, 2017
Joaquin Miller State Park
Santa Clara County
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Joaquin Miller State Park
September 2, 2017

The Place


Purchased in 1919 from colorful author, Joaquin Miller nicknamed "Poet of the Sierras", this park now covers more than 500 acres.

Walking The Walk


Level: 3 Challenging - Miles: 6 - Elevation: 1100'

Host: Megan S.


Its trails connect downhill to Oakland’s Dimond Canyon Park, and uphill to Roberts and Redwood East Bay Regional Parks, and the Bay Area Ridge Trail. With expansive views of San Francisco and the Bay, Joaquin Miller Park is a delightful place to hike among towering redwoods.

Directions:

Take I-880 N to I-238 toward Castro Valley/Stockton. In 2 miles take exit 14 to merge onto I-580 W toward Oakland. In 8.4 miles take CA-13 N/Warren Fwy, follow signs to Berkeley. Take Joaquin Miller Road exit toward Lincoln Ave. Turn right on Joaquin Miller road and make a u-turn at Crane Way to park on the street next to Woodmister Memorial and Cascade steps and fountain.

Know Before You Go:

Drive Time: 1 hour; Parking: Free - Dogs Allowed on Leash



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