Berkeley has seven miles of shoreline, and nearly all of it is artificial piles of rock and building debris. This is the view looking north across the Marina entrance to the western shoreline of Cesar Chavez Park
More rocks inside the harbor, looking south near N-dock and Horseshoe Park
The western shoreline of the Brickyard Peninsula
The northern edge of the Meadow, looking east to the short stretch of high-tide beach on the North Basin Strip just north of the Schoolhouse Creek outflow. The tide height for this scene s +4.4 ft above MLLW.