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Special Event Classifications:
First Street Cafe, 440 First St. Benicia, 707-745-1400
Mon-Fri, 7AM; Sat, 8am-10pm; Sun % Sun, 8AM. Closed some major holidays. Finish by dusk'.
10 KM (6.2 Miles) and 5 KM(3.1 Miles)
TRAIL RATING: Rated 1A.
The route goes past the first capitol building of the state of California, through historic downtown Benicia with its many shops, around the marina, and on part of the Bay Area Trail along the Carquinez Straits. The route is suitable for strollers but wheelchairs may have difficulty due to lack of a few curb cuts and an approximately 50 yard section of dirt trail. Pets must be on leash.
The event is "credit only" which is $3.00. "B" Awards are available for an additional $1.00. You may participate free if no credit is desired. No refunds. The event is open to everyone.
Contact Howard McGill (707)447-9431, email email@example.com
First Street Cafe is closed major holidays. Benicia was once the early California State Capital. The State Capitol Building is a jewel. It is well worth visiting. Early on, before bridges, the railroad ended in Benicia at the Carquinez Strait. The trains were ferried by boat across the Carquinez Strait so they could continue on their way. The railroad depot is still standing. Pony Express riders continued on to Benicia if they missed the riverboat in Sacramento. The mail must go through. The town of Benicia is full of early California historic buildings, wonderful restaurants and creative shopping. The route goes past the first capitol building of California, through historic downtown Benicia with its many shops, around the marina and on part of the Bay Area Trail along the Carquinez Straits. There is an approximate 50 yd section of dirt trail. Try to plan your walk so you can enjoy the great food at the start point.
440 First St, 94510.
From I-80 or I-680, take I-780 to Benicia. Take Second St exit, turn Left. Turn Right at Military E, then Left on First St. Parking on First St limited to two hours. Side streets are unlimited and there is free city parking lot one block E of First St on E St