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Redwood and Lake Chabot Mountain Bike Map

Trail maps and information on the best mountain biking rides
in Redwood and Lake Chabot Regional Parks

Area Summary
Location: Oakland Hills/San Leandro
Best For: Intermediates
Suitable For: All levels except extreme
Ground Cover: Open grasslands and shady redwood canyons
Seasons: Good year round

Anthony Chabot and Redwood Parks, contiguous segments of the East Bay Regional Park system, are convenient getaways with ample recreational opportunities for residents of the greater Oakland area. For mountain bikers, both areas provide beautiful settings, numerous fire road loops and riding suitable for all levels, though technical riding is in short supply.

Breezing through the forested canyons of Redwood Regional Park, it's hard to imagine you're just minutes from the heart of the Raider nation, though on week-ends the crowded trailheads will provide a stark reminder. The terrain of both parks is mixed, ranging from open, grassy ridge tops to densely forested hillsides and canyons. Riders at Chabot Park get to take in views of sparkling Lake Chabot, a 315-acre man-made reservoir. The shade, and the proximity to the bay, make Chabot and Redwood excellent choices for summer riding.

The trail map below is a jpeg of the actual maps from our books and map-sets.
Redwood and Chabot Open Spaces are just one of the huge variety of mountain biking spots that the Bay Area has to offer. Discover more great rides.

Directions to trailhead(s):

For Redwood Park, take the Joaquin Miller Rd. exit off Hwy. 13 and head east for 1.4 miles to Skyline Blvd. Turn left on Skyline and go 2.5 miles to reach main parking area. Additional parking is available off Skyline (0.1 miles right from Joaquin Miller Rd.) and off Redwood Road. Anthony Chabot Park is reached by taking the Castro Valley Blvd. exit off I-580 heading NE. In 0.3 miles go left on Lake Chabot Road. Go two miles to reach the park entrance.