900 Dornan Drive
Richmond, CA 94801
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Miller/Knox Regional Shoreline
Beginning mid-August 2015 until early 2016, many areas of the park will be either closed or access will be limited by the "Miller Knox Park Renovation Project" . The south parking lot will be closed on weekdays, for the duration of the project. Water service will be disrupted and drinking fountains may be shut off. For construction project questions, please contact Ren Bates, Project Manager at RBates@ebparks.org. For questions about the Miller/Knox Land Use Plan Amendment, please contact Michelle Julene, Senior Planner at MJulene@ebparks.org
Download: Public Access Improvements & Land Use Plan Amendment Update Flyer
Current Land Use Plan Review
Help us Re-Vision Miller/Knox Regional Shoreline! The Park District is preparing a Land Use Plan Amendment for Miller/Knox Regional Shoreline and we want to hear your ideas!
About The Park
A beautifully landscaped shoreline picnic area, a secluded cove with swimming beach, a fishing pier at a historic site a hilltop with excellent panoramic views of the north Bay Area and a model railroad museum - all these attractions are part of 307-acre Miller/Knox Regional Shoreline in Richmond.
The park was named in honor of the late State Senator George Miller, Jr., and for John T. Knox, a Point Richmond resident and former State Assemblyman.
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The park is located on Dornan Drive, south through the automobile tunnel from Garrard Boulevard in Point Richmond.
Learn more about Miller/Knox Regional Shoreline through their Interpretive Panels (PDFs)
The picnic facilities are on a tree-shaded lawn surrounding a saltwater lagoon. Several of the larger picnic sites are reservable for group parties. A mile-long jogging and bicycling trail loops around the lagoon which is home and feeding ground to many waterfowl.
Keller Beach, a gift to the park from the City of Richmond, is at the north end of Miller/Knox. There, visitors can wade and swim in San Francisco Bay. No lifeguards are on duty. Picnic tables and restrooms are nearby.
Ferry Point is at the south end of Miller/Knox. Anglers may have good luck catching starry flounder, perch, sand dab, striped bass, and other Bay fish from the fishing pier located at this historic ferry terminal.
A hike to the top of the nearby grassy hills is rewarded by spectacular views in all directions (hike description, 68 kb pdf). Mount Tamalpais, the San Francisco skyline, Brooks Island, and East Bay hills are all visible on clear days. The prevailing winds make for excellent kite flying.
Learn about the Ferry Point Loop of the San Francisco Bay Trail encircling Miller/Knox.
Don't miss the Golden State Model Railroad Museum across from the park entrance.
KGO/ABC News story on the Golden State Model Railroad Museum.
All picnic areas are wheelchair accessible.
From I-580 West in Richmond, exit at Canal Boulevard. Turn left (south) at the light onto Canal Boulevard and proceed for about 0.75 miles to Seacliff Drive. Turn right onto Seacliff Drive and proceed about 1.44 miles (Seacliff Drive becomes Brickyard Cove Road) to Dornan Drive. Turn right onto Dornan Drive. The park entrance is less than 0.5 miles ahead on the left.
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