Bay Trail Navigational Map

This street map of the Bay Area highlights sections of the Bay Trail that ring San Francisco Bay, San Pablo Bay and the rivers and estuaries that are connected to the trail. This path runs along the water from Petaluma and Napa in the north to Santa Clara and San Jose in the south.

The Bay Trail is a planned 500-mile walking and cycling path around the entire San Francisco Bay, running through all nine Bay Area counties, 47 cities, and across seven toll bridges.

Legends:

Details of the Map

View a downloadable (.XLS) version of Bay Trail Navigational Map Details.

Map Tools

The buttons at the top of the map enable users to:

  • Zoom In
  • Zoom Out
  • View Fullscreen
  • Show Me Where I Am (a window pops up so you can give permission for mtc.ca.gov to access your location)
  • Measure Distances
    • As you draw, the cursor will show the total measured distance
      1. Click to start drawing a line
      2. Click again to add a point on the line
      3. Double click or press the Escape key on your keyboard to end the measurement

Map Legend

The Legend at the bottom of the map shows different types of trails, as locations for select Bay Trail activities.

Trail Legend

  • Dark green solid line shows Paved (off street) Bay Trail
  • Light green solid line shows Dirt/Gravel Bay Trail
  • Double green solid line shows On Street Bay Trail
  • Light green dashed line shows Planned Bay Trail
  • Solid purple line shows Existing other trail (not Bay Trail)
  • Purple dashed line shows Planned other trail (not Bay Trail)

Icons

Note: If you do not see any icons, zoom in on the map and they will appear.

  • A fish icon shows locations for Fishing
  • A sailboat icon shows locations for Marina/Boating
  • A large “P” icon shows locations for Parking
  • A small, solid black square shows locations for Points of Interest
  • A train icon shows Train Stations