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Features : Family Campground

Timings : Open from 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.

Pet Friendly : Dogs Allowed

Accessibility : Wheelchair Accessible

Anthony Chabot Regional Park, San Francisco Overview

Anthony Chabot Regional Park is situated in the hills of Oakland, Northern California. This 3,304-acre park offers camping and various other outdoor recreational activities. It is among the most varied parks in the district. There are miles of delightful hiking, cycling, and riding trails to explore, passing through the grassland, chaparrals, the shady eucalyptus groves, and along the breezy shores of Lake Chabot.

Adjoining the park, the Lake Chabot is a lovely place for boating, picnicking, or just having a walk. You can find boat rentals with motorized fishing boats, picnic tables, and a cafe around the lake.

The Anthony Chabot Campground lies around one and a half miles above the Chabot Lake in Castro Valley. There are 75 campsites in the campground, with various facilities like hot showers, an amphitheater, and much more. The campground also features about seven group camps with a capacity of 35 to 300 members. The entry gates remain open for the specified time. However, visitors can exit the campground anytime. Reservations can be done online (except for group campsites) or via phone.

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