Walkers, strollers, runners, rollerbladers and bikers can find their way all around Danville on the miles and miles of trails criss-crossing the Town. Between neighborhood greenbelt trails to regional thoroughfares like the Iron Horse Trail, residents have a safe haven off of the busy streets. In order to make the trail system even safer, the Town of Danville has begun to install lighted crosswalks and flashing lights where the larger trails intersect busy streets.
Looking for Biking trails in the Danville area. Google maps provides Biking directions for bike routes in the area.
See trail and bike lanes directly on the map through the following link.
The East Bay Regional Park District operates 65 parks and more than 1,150 miles of trails. Founded in 1934 the District provides a variety of recreation opportunities for the residents of the Diablo Valley and the entire East Bay, from fishing, swimming and boating to jogging, cycling, and horseback riding.
Find information about trails within the parklands and the over 250 miles of paved trails that link the Regional Parks on the Park Districts Website.
East Bay Municipal Utilities District Trails
Over 80 miles of trails in the East Bay traverse EBMUD lands. These hiking and horseback-riding paths go through 27,000 acres of open space. EBMUD provides parking at five staging areas and stocks water on the trails for horses.
The Utility District protects watershed lands to ensure a safe water supply. For this reason, trail users must follow specific use rules and have permits. Please visit the EBMUD website for instructions and more information on the safe use of the trail system.