Oyster Bay Regional Park

Oyster Bay Regional Park

Oyster Bay Regional Shoreline waterfront parkland is on the site of a former landfill is a work in progress popular with dog owners from surrounding communities. It is part of the East Bay Regional Park District, one of the most dog-friendly park districts in California

Seven group picnic areas (non-reservable) are nestled among the tree berms and newly planted turf along the multipurpose trails. These interior trails lead to a view site topped by Roger Berry’s sculpture titled “Rising Wave.”

The perimeter trail affords sweeping Bay vistas. The two mile Bay Trail around the perimeter is paved from the Neptune entrance to the “Bill Lockyer Bridge.” Toilet facilities are located by the picnic area and new lawn area.

Dogs are permitted to romp off-leash away from developed areas, but must be leashed in picnic areas and parking lots. Please pick up after your dog; many complaints have been registered about inconsiderate dog owners who don’t.

To reach the park from Interstate 880 in San Leandro, exit at Marina Blvd. and drive west. Turn right onto Neptune Drive. Parking is at the end of Neptune Drive.

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