This Wetland Natural Preserve features marsh, grassy hillsides and rocky beaches along the narrowest portion of the Carquinez Strait.
Its paved path is popular with cyclists, runners, and walkers, and birders enjoy occasional sightings of the endangered California clapper rail and other resident species as well as many migratory waterfowl on their journey along the Pacific Flyway.
From the Military West Street entrance, the Benicia State Park loop is a moderate 4.75 mile run/walk with a nice mixture of flat grounds and rolling hills. You can choose between the dirt trail or paved road, there's also plenty of room for both cyclist and hikers on this trip. The trail will take you […]