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Miller/Knox Regional Shoreline is a 295-acre (1.19 km2) park in the Point Richmond neighborhood of Richmond, California. It offers panoramic views of the Bay Area especially San Francisco and the North Bay mountains, especially from its high point, Nickols Knob. The park includes Keller Beach on San Pablo Bay and a large picnic and barbecue area. The park is also home to the Golden State Model Railroad Museum.

The park is named for former state senator George Miller, Jr. and former State Assembly member and Point Richmond resident John T. Knox[1].

The park features many trails for cyclists, dog-walkers, and hikers, and a salt water lagoon where ducks, seagulls, and Canada Geese frolic.

The beach was closed due to an oil spill in 2007.


  1. ^ Miller/Knox, access date 02-12-2009

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