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Keller Beach

A multitude of people wading and swimming.

Kellar Beach is a public beach on the San Francisco Bay in Richmond, California.


The beach is located in the Point Richmond District at Miller/Knox Regional Park in southwestern Richmond. It is accessible by car and by a 66-foot (20 m) walk from an AC Transit line 72M bus stop.[1][2] The beach's amenities include bathrooms, parking, picnic tables, and barbecue pits. There is no lifeguard on duty. The site is located at the corners of Dornan Drive and Western Drive[1][2] on land and the beach is located on a small cove of the San Francisco Bay. In February 2010, a mass invasion of herring to the bay caused a convergence of ducks, gulls, seals and cormorants that hasn't been seen in over three decades at the beach. With a short walk to the south end there are some great fishing spots, to include a pier.[3]


  1. ^ a b [1], Google maps, access date 19-02-2009
  2. ^ a b Map of Stops for Line 72M, Line 72M schedule, AC Transit website, access date=2009-02-19
  3. ^ Bay Area beaches grade well for safe swimming, May 27, 2010, by Carolyn Jones, San Francisco Chronicle

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