Trails lead the visitor through a changing panorama of habitats from the creek, through the woods and to the open grasslands. Learn more about Junipero Serra Park's trails below.

Observe all trail signs and posted speed limits. Bicycles and motorized vehicles are not allowed off designated paved areas. Please respect your fellow trail users and follow the trail etiquette guidelines for safe and courteous trail use.

Junipero Serra Park
Buckeye Trail
A half-mile of switchbacks though Eucalyptus trees, Oak woodland, and coastal scrub. The trail connects the Meadow View Parking lot and the Live Oak Nature Trail.
De Anza Trail
A short spur that offers a shortcut though Oak woodland to both the Quail Loop Trail and upper Live Oak Nature Trail Loop.
Live Oak Nature Trail Loop
The self-guided Live Oak Nature Trail offers a short interpretive loop along the park's lower north-facing slope.
Meadow Vista Trail
An out-and-back gravel road that traverses open grasslands and offers views of the San Francisco Bay and the East Bay Hills.
Oak Cove Trail
A gravel road shaded by Coast Live Oak trees that parallels the El Zanjon Creek drainage.
Quail Loop Trail
A one-mile loop that traverses Coast Live Oak woodland, Eucalyptus groves, mature stands of Monterey Pines, and open grasslands. The loop climbs to the top of Junipero Serra Park and enjoys fantastic views of the San Francisco Bay, S.F International Airport, and Mount Diablo.