“OpenRoad” to Showcase Natural Wonders of the Bay Area

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“OpenRoad with Doug McConnell” airs Sunday evenings on NBC Bay Area. OpenRoad which is co-sponsored by a dozen Bay Area open-space agencies and non-profits, picks up where McConnell’s previous show, the long-running hit “Bay Area Backroads,” left off. OpenRoad celebrates the natural, historical and cultural wonders of the greater Bay Area, highlighting the people and places that make this such a special place to live. McConnell also interviews the people who work hard daily to protect these priceless resources.

To  view past episodes and find out about upcoming shows, visit  NBCBayArea.com/OpenRoad.

Highlighted Stories


Economic Value of Parks
Our public parks and open spaces are more than just pretty places.

San Francisco Bay Trail

Four Days Exploring Mount Diablo

Vasco Caves

Photographer Gary Crabbe.

Russian RiverUrban Tilth and Hoover Elementary, Baywood Artists. - March 6, 2016

Stephen Joseph's Photography: Mt. Diablo to Vasco Caves to Muir Woods

The Richmond portion of the San Francisco Bay Trail 
Explore the largest protected shoreline of any city in the Bay Area... Richmond. Includes, Miller-Knox and Point Pinole.

Camp Arroyo 
Kids with difficult medical challenges have a whole lot of fun at a remarkable East Bay camp.

4-wheel Bob 
Bob Coomber is a genuine trailblazer, hiking all over California.

East Bay Regional Parks Road Trip 
Tilden’s Little Farm and Botanic Garden, Black Diamond Mines’ historic coal mine and Big Break’s natural history and delta.

Healthy Parks Healthy People Bay Area  
Bay Area parks are the best gyms and fitness centers... Beautiful, free and open to all.

Media Coverage

San Francisco Chronicle Article: Doug McConnell of 'Bay Area Backroads’ back on TV

KQED interview with Doug McConnell: On the Road with Doug McConnell

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