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We live very close to the Park and what a gem it is! Bike-friendly, dog-friendly, pedestrian-friendly. Beautiful views of the Strait and surrounding hills. So close to town and yet so natural and uncommercial. Go often and enjoy.
No real entertainment besides playing in the water, bird watching and watching the occasional ship pass thru. There are a ton of people walking down here and a couple small beach spots for dogs to play. Good fishing. Nice weather no matter the time of...More
This is a favorite place to go for my wife and I. From our condo in Benicia we can bike to it. Going to the end of park and back is exactly 10 miles round trip. Good place to picnic. There is a native plants...More
We lived in Benicia for 7 years and liked to go to the State Park to walk the dog, run and even ride bikes with our daughter. It is pretty nice for the Bay Area -about as outdoorsy as it gets in that neck of...More
We use the local boat launch near this park but the park is gorgeous, have a view to die for, lots of green grassy areas and a very nice sheltered beach (when the wind is not coming right at you). Just beautiful!
Even on a leash, some dogs are aggressive and will nip or outright bite. I was bitten in Alsea area of Oregon some years back and required stitches. The owner denied that the dog bit me and when confronted with a bleeding... More
Even on a leash, some dogs are aggressive and will nip or outright bite. I was bitten in Alsea area of Oregon some years back and required stitches. The owner denied that the dog bit me and when confronted with a bleeding leg, finally aquiesced. In any case, it's not the hound that is responsable, but the hound's people who are supposed to be in charge. Take it up with them or local cops if they refuse to take responsibility for their pooches. However, I have not run into this problem at Benicia State Park.