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43600 Mission Blvd., Fremont, CA. Access from Pine Street or Witherly Lane off Mission Blvd. Both the Peak Trail and the Panorama Trail lead to the Mission Peak summit.
Trails accessible by RideShare.
Public Transit: Take BART to the Warm Spring BART station. From the station, it is a 15 minute RideShare to the trailhead.
The District thanks all park visitors who are accessing trails at Ohlone College. Transit access and parking here has reduced overflow parking at the Stanford Avenue staging area. Please continue to access trails at Ohlone College. Thank you for your cooperation.
Effective November 1, 2017, a valid parking permit must be displayed 6am-11pm every day of the week including weekends. College observed holidays and semester breaks are excluded and will remain free.
Parking is available in Lots E, G and H, and the new parking structure.
There is a $4 parking fee
Parking lot vending machines take cash or credit cards.
Overnight parking is not allowed at Ohlone College.
Links: Visitor Parking, Parking Fees
Transit and Trails: Mission Peak Regional Preserve (transit, biking, and walking directions).
Where to park and start hiking frome Ohlone college
Download: Printable version of the Ohlone College Parking Map (above) [PDF]
Stanford Avenue Access
Located at the east end of Stanford Avenue, off Mission Blvd., this parking lot is heavily used on weekends and holidays. Overnight parking is not allowed without a permit obtained while making camping reservations for the Ohlone Wilderness. Accessing trails from Ohlone College is strongly encouraged.
Stanford Avenue trails accessible by RideShare.
Public Transit: Take BART to the Warm Spring BART station. From the station, it is a 15 minute RideShare to trailhead (Peak and Panorama Trails).
As of October 1, 2016, the City of Fremont established a temporary parking permit program for residents within the Mission Peak Neighborhood (map). Restricted parking times are from Saturday at 12:01 a.m. through Sunday at 11:59 p.m. and on national holidays, including dates of observance. Parking IS allowed on non-holiday weekdays. Park visitors are encouraged to carpool, use public transportation and/or ride-sharing services, ride their bikes, or park at Ohlone College.
Mission Peak Regional Preserve (transit, RideShare, biking, and walking directions).
Call 511 (TDD (hearing impaired line)/TTY: 1-800-448-9790) or visit Transit.511.org to confirm transit information.
Safe Hiking Tips
Every year, several dogs die of heat stroke and dehydration at Mission Peak and many hikers suffer injuries, as well. Consider these tips while hiking in the park:
Water, Water, Water!!!
Bring at least 2 liters of water for you and your dog.
Make sure your companions also have enough water.
Offer water to your dog every time you drink some.
Be Sun Smart
Wear a hat and generously re-apply sunscreen.
Avoid hiking in the middle of the day in the summer months.
Dog Health and Safety
Dogs are much more susceptible to heat stroke than humans. Hike with your dog only in cooler temperatures.
Take rests and offer water frequently.
Watch for signs of heatstroke, which include heavy panting, dry gums, weakness, and inattention.
Hiking boots and athletic shoes with ankle support are recommended! [PDF]
Thick socks help minimize blisters and absorb moisture.
Do not wear flip-flops, sandals or high heels.
Restoration of “The Scarface” Continues!
The Park District continually works to remove bootleg trails and restore the natural beauty of the hillside near the Mission Peak summit, where it’s been eroded over the years due to hikers leaving the designated trail. We’ve installed fences and signs to educate the public and direct hikers to stay on the marked paths.
Please help the restoration effort by staying on the marked trails. Do not take shortcuts. Press release on restoration work, 2014.
Preserving the beauty of Mission Peak
Irvington High School student volunteers, members of the Mountain Goats bicycle club, and District staff helped restore more than ½-mile of trail in 2012 and 2013. They installed fencing, jut net blankets, eco-wattles, and grass seeds, in hopes of stabilizing the slope and preventing erosion. They also installed signs to educate visitors about the importance of staying on marked trails, and the efforts underway to protect the park’s natural beauty.
MP Trail Restoration Graphic
BLUE = 2012 Restoration
RED = 2013 Restoration
GREEN = 2014 Restoration
How can you help?
For more tips and volunteer opportunities, see "A Restoration Story" and Mission Peak Needs Your Help!
- Stay on designated trails
- Avoid entering restoration areas
- Avoid creating new “bootleg” trails
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About The Park
Rising steeply to the east of the city of Fremont, Mission and Monument peaks form a dramatic backdrop to the South Bay. The determined and conditioned hiker who reaches the top of Mission Peak will be rewarded with views of Mount Hamilton to the south, the Santa Cruz Mountains to the west, Mt. Tamalpais to the north, and Mt. Diablo and the Sierra Nevada to the northeast. Hawks and vultures share the summit airspace with sailplanes riding the thermals, and a down-to-earth herd of feral goats roams the cliffs.
This well used park, particularly on weekends, with hundreds of visitors attempting the 3-plus-mile hike to Mission Peak. About five hours are required to reach the summit and return. This parkland's 3,000 acres are accessible from parking lots at Ohlone College (slightly longer hike, but more gradual ascent; plenty of parking on weekends) or from a small staging area at the east end of Stanford Avenue in Fremont (steep climb to the summit; parking lot is extremely congested on weekends). There is no access to the park from Mill Creek Road.
The Peak Trail from Ohlone College is an enjoyable hike to the summit that passes a horse corral and through shaded woodlands and open grasslands. This trail is part of the Bay Area Ridge Trail, a planned 550+-mile multi-use trail (currently over 330 miles are complete) along the hill and mountain ridgelines ringing the San Francisco Bay Area. The college charges a $4 parking fee Monday through Saturday when school is in session. Parking is free on holidays, after 5 p.m. on Saturdays, and on Sundays. Parking lot vending machines take cash or credit cards. See the Ohlone College parking information webpage to confirm fee information.
The Stanford Avenue staging area is also the western access to the Ohlone Wilderness Trail, a 29-mile hiking and riding trail through some of southern Alameda County's most beautiful wilderness. Permits are required to hike in the Ohlone Wilderness.
Wildflower Photo Guide
Mission Peak 2.2 Mb, 11 x 8.5, 15 pp. [PDF]