A day in photos at Knox-Miller Regional Shoreline
on August 26, 2011
On a clear day one can sit on a park bench at Knox-Miller Regional Shoreline and see right up to the front porch of San Francisco. Colorful sailboats often whiz by on the open water, while international freight ships sit moored off in the distance.
The 307-acre park is an ideal spot for family picnics, flying kites, rollerblading, riding bicycles or just kicking back and feeding the geese. There’s a pier at its southern end where one can cast their luck and try to catch a fish. Across the street from the parking area there is even a model railroad museum where children can watch a model train go round and round.
To reach the park, go down West Cutting Boulevard and turn left onto Garrad Boulevard. Go through the tunnel that is beside the Richmond Plunge.
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