Marsh Creek Trail

Marsh Creek Regional Trail

Hours
Open between 5am and 10pm unless otherwise posted or permitted
Phone
Toll Free: 888-EBPARKS (888-327-2757), option 3, extension 4540

Trail Attributes

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ADA: trail surface, width, slope
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biking
Bikes: Allowed
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Dogs Allowed
Dogs: allowed
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eBikes: Allowed
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Horses: Allowed
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Interpark Regional Trail
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Kid friendly
Kid-Friendly
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Park Trails
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Paved
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Unpaved

Project Notice

The Marsh Creek Regional Trail will be CLOSED near the access at Monet Drive (north of Cypress Ave) to the intersection with Big Break Regional Trail from October 11th to February 2022, approximately. For more information please go to DWR’s project website at  DWR’s project website, or contact DWR Public Affairs at (916) 653-5791dwrwebcomment@water.ca.gov.

The Marsh Creek Regional Trail, in easternmost Contra Costa County, winds along Marsh Creek through bountiful tracts of farmland. The paved, multi-use trail is about 6.5 miles long and extends from Creekside Park in Brentwood to the wave-lapped Delta shores of Big Break. When completed, the trail will be 14 miles long and will connect the fertile Delta region with the wooded foothills of Morgan Territory Regional Preserve and the quiet serenity of Round Valley Regional Park east of Mt. Diablo State Park. Trail users can benefit from several community parks and greenbelts along the way, which offer respite from mid-day summer heat.

To Reach the Trail

Maps

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Marsh Creek Trail Map

Trail Accessibility

The Marsh Creek Trail is flat and presents no slope difficulties for persons in wheelchairs.

Trail Activities

The Marsh Creek trail is recommended for bicyclers, hikers, joggers, and runners.

Mileage

Trail Mileage Guide

TRAIL CONFLICTS & VIOLATIONS

Non-Emergency Trail Safety Hazards: Call (510) 733-6991 for the Trail Hotline (Mon-Fri, 8:30am-5pm, voicemail available after hours or call the Non-Emergency Line below)
Trail Conflicts/Violations: Call (510) 881-1833 for the Non-Emergency Public Safety Line, 24 hours a day, or submit a Park Watch Report online.
Emergency/Crime in Progress: Call 911 or (510) 881-1121 from a cell, 24 hours a day.