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Anthony Chabot

Brochure

brochure Anthony Chabot - Brochure

Brochure of Anthony Chabot Regional Park, Lake Chabot Regional Park, Leona Canyon Open Space Regional Preserve, parts of East Bay Regional Park District. Published by East Bay Regional Park District.

BL. N SAN LEANDRO WASHINGTON 61 D OA Crown Beach & Crab Cove V. LA INA ENC AM AL ER ST EB 61 W 4 Miles 13 MARINA CAFE & BAIT BOAT RENTAL 80 O A V. 880 WEST SHORE TRAIL PAB L SAN PARK RESIDENCE 0 100 200 300 Feet MALLARD HERON WILLOW COVE BIKE LOOP ITY ERS UN IV 3 580 AV. Y ASH B AV. O LA N ELDERBERRY SO TURTLE 2 rth 1 No equestrian parking or horses in the Marina. = Hot Coal Receptacle = Fish Cleaning Station 0 Brooks Island Reg. Preserve Point Isabel Reg. Shoreline No AV . MARIN AV. W SAN PA B LO DAM R O AD DR. ND GRA BART ONT REM CLAV. A DOOLITTLE . AV BR Lake Chabot Marina Area Detail Map 980 Y WA McLaughlin Eastshore State Park FISH Huckleberry Botanic RANCH Botanic Garden Sibley ROAD D ROA Volcanic Regional rk Preserve l Pa . Preserve BL. a R n D io K g R Re Wildcat Canyon S. PA SK Tilden Tilden . Regional Park R K D YL I N K R . A Nature C. PA E CYN PE Area CAT D L I Claremont Canyon Reg. GRIZZL Y CANON Preserve SP V. DR. RU LINGTON A CE BERKELEY AR CUTTING Temescal SH OX BL. AT FO Reg.Rec. TE EL CERRITO TU RD LE Area CK GR AV AP . BART OAKLAND H AV 80 GR . A 580 123 AV. 24 BROAD W TE AY MO RR. RA GA G A WAY ORINDA . AV ND McKAY AV. BL. RK PA ST. A ED ST . FR Lake H Merritt E. 14T 13 B Martin Luther King, Jr. Reg. Shoreline 880 R . AV E AL TV UI ST. K PAR AV. 35TH LIN COLN AV. PHER D HE N NYO R D. CA MOR A GE GE NB ER BART HE T 1 EAS ROA Roberts Regional Rec. Area L. Oyster Bay Reg. Shoreline FOOTHILL BL. 185 ST . 4TH MacARTHUR BL . STANLEY AV. 580 AV . BA 185 HE SP ER IA ST. 14TH EAST E LAK RD. KS PERALTA OAKS Park District CT. Headquarters INE D SKYL Leona Canyon Open Space Regional Preserve 238 RT CASTRO VALLEY CHABOT ROAD ILL BL. FOOTH BL. N MISSIO 580 L. YB LE RO AD Chabot Family Campground Lake Chabot Regional Park Marina OOD REDW MA RCIE L RD. Park Anthony ROAD Redwood Regional Park JO AQ M UI N ILL E CANYO ROAD T REDWOOD C LL Chabot AV . KE LL ER CU Cull Canyon Regional Rec. Area Regional BL. GOLF LIN S PINEHUR HIGH ST . HIGH IL O PA B L O C A M IN R CE NT AV RA . L 106T H AV. Upper San Leandro Reservoir DILLO ESTU ST. DAVIS NH ROA ILLS D S E VE N BL. MARINA AV. 98TH TO REACH ANTHONY CHABOT REGIONAL PARK From I-580 westbound in Castro Valley, take the Redwood Road exit and turn right on Redwood Road. From I-580 eastbound, take the Redwood Road exit and turn left at Redwood Road. You will reach Proctor Staging Area, Redwood Canyon Public Golf Course, and the Marciel Gate hiking and equestrian staging area. Farther along Redwood Road you will find Bort Meadow Staging Area, MacDonald and Big Bear staging areas, and the Skyline Ranch Equestrian Center. Public Transit: www.511.org or dial 511 (TDD/TTY: 800-448-9790); BART: 510-441-BART; 925-676-BART; (TDD/TTY: 510-839-2220). TRA RE BEAR CREEK ROAD Kennedy Grove Regional Recreation Area oir San Pab l o Reserv LEWELLING HE Y AV ER . . RD TO REACH LAKE CHABOT MARINA From I-580 in San Leandro, exit at Fairmont Drive and go east (uphill). (Note that Fairmont Drive becomes Lake Chabot Road.) The Marina entrance will be on the left at the bottom of the hill (parking fee). From I-580 westbound in Castro Valley, take the Strobridge Avenue exit. Turn right on Strobridge, right on Castro Valley Boulevard, and left on Lake Chabot Road. The Marina is about two miles ahead on the right. From I-580 eastbound in Castro Valley, take the Redwood Road exit and turn left onto Redwood Road, left at Castro Valley Boulevard, right at Lake Chabot Road, and follow the directions above. HO T S POLICE, FIRE, MEDICAL EMERGENCY......................................... ..................................................................... 9-1-1 OR 510-881-1121 PARKS POLICE NON-EMERGENCY....................510-881-1833 PARK OFFICE, ANTHONY CHABOT............................................ ................................................1-888-327-2757, option 3, ext. 4502 PARK OFFICE, LAKE CHABOT........................................................ ................................................1-888-327-2757, option 3, ext. 4536 PICNIC/CAMPING RESERVATIONS....1-888-327-2757 option 2 YN BICYCLE TRAILS Safe use of trails by bicyclists, hikers, and equestrians requires common courtesy and everyone’s cooperation. Trail mileages for most trails are indicated on the map. There are more than 4 miles of paved bicycle trails at Lake Chabot. The Lake Chabot bicycle loop (see map) is 12.42 miles via Live Oak Trail, and 14.41 miles via Honker Bay Trail. All fire roads in the park are open to mountain bikes unless otherwise posted. Narrow, single-track trails are closed to bicycles. State law requires that bicyclists under age 18 wear an approved helmet, and the Park District strongly recommends that all bicyclists and equestrians wear helmets while riding. SKYLINE NATIONAL TRAIL/BAY AREA RIDGE TRAIL These trails share an easement through the park. To complete a third of this 31-mile trail, follow the symbols on the map, which show the route from EBMUD’s Chabot Staging Area northward to MacDonald Staging Area on Redwood Road adjacent to Redwood Regional Park. The Skyline Trail extends northwest to Wildcat Canyon Regional Park in Richmond. The Bay Area Ridge Trail begins at Pinole Valley Park in El Sobrante and runs south through various Regional Parks. EQUESTRIAN CENTERS Chabot Equestrian Center: horse boarding. Call (510) 569-4428. Skyline Ranch Equestrian Center: horse boarding. Call (510) 336-0850. EAS HISTORY Today’s Anthony Chabot and Lake Chabot Regional Parks are located within the ancestral land of the Jalquin, an Ohlone- and Bay Miwok-speaking tribe. The combined 5,059 acres of parkland and lake are named for Anthony Chabot, who designed and led the construction of Lake Chabot in 1874. The dam was built by laborers, blacksmiths, teamsters, masons and miners from Ireland, Portugal, England and China. 800 Chinese workers moved over 600,000 CR S Fees, Anthony Chabot–Hike-in camping: $25/ night. Drive-in camping: $30/night. RV camping: $40/ night. Backpack camping: $5/person/night. Campground dog fee: $2/dog/day. Firewood: $8/bundle. Fees, Lake Chabot–Parking: $5/vehicle, $4/trailer, $25/bus. Dog fee: $2/dog/day. Boat inspections: $4. Boat launch: $2. Daily fishing access: $5/day. Boat rental fees: see website. Lake tours: $5/hour/adults, $3/hours/12&under. Guided kayak tour: $45/2.5 hours/adults, $25/2.5 hours/12&under. Charter boat: $85/hours. Volleyball & horseshoe set rental: $5 ($30 deposit). Fees are subject to change. Check ebparks.org for updated fees. crappie–25; striped bass (18-inch minimum)–2. Bluegill, sunfish, carp–no limit. BOATING AT LAKE CHABOT MARINA The marina offers rental boats, tour boat rides, the Marina Cafe, and picnicking at reservable and first-come, first-served picnic areas. Swimming is not permitted. Rental boats include row boats, canoes, pedal boats, kayaks, and boats with electric trolling motors. Canoes, kayaks, and scull craft 20 feet and under may be carried in and launched (launching fee). Rafts and inflatable vessels with 2 or fewer chambers are not permitted on the lake. MARINA CAFE AND BAIT SHOP The Lake Chabot Marina Cafe, open year round, features a well-stocked bait and tackle shop and a restaurant that serves snacks, breakfast, and lunch. The Marina Cafe (510-247-2526) is closed Thanksgiving and Christmas. LAKE TOUR BOAT Tour the lake on the Chabot Queen on summer weekends and holidays. Charter a tour by calling (510) 247-2526. Naturalist-led tours may be scheduled by calling (510) 544-3187. SWIMMING is not permitted in Lake Chabot. Dogs are not allowed to enter the water at Lake Chabot. REDWOOD CANYON PUBLIC GOLF COURSE This 18-hole public golf course is open daily, 7:00am to sunset. The driving range is open from 7:00am to 6:30pm. Events and restaurant: 510-537-8001, ext. 226. Pro Shop: 510-537-8001, ext. 221. ANTHONY CHABOT FAMILY CAMPGROUND Year-round camping is available in a eucalyptus grove overlooking Lake Chabot. Spacious tent sites, disabled accessible sites and facilities, RV hookup sites (max length 35 feet; sewage, water, 30-amp electric), and hot showers are available. Daily Fishing Access Permits and firewood are sold at the campground. Registered campers park free at the Lake Chabot Marina. Stay Limit: 15 consecutive days; 30 total days per year with a 2-day minimum break following the first 15-day visit. There are fees for tent camping and for full hookup sites, for second or visiting vehicles, and for dogs. Reservations are recommended year-round. Campground gates close at 10:00pm. GROUP CAMPING Seven overnight camping areas are available by reservation. Organized groups are encouraged to use these group camps rather than the family campground. Information and reservations: 888327-2757, option 2. Make reservations at least 14 days in advance. There is limited vehicle parking. CAS T RO V AL Anthony Chabot, Year opened: 1952. Acres: 3,304 Highlights: family, RV and group camping; public golf course, hiking, bicycling, equestrian, picnicking. Did you know? This regional park, originally named Grass Valley Regional Park, was renamed in 1965 after Anthony Chabot, who built the first public water system in San Francisco and Oakland. Lake Chabot, Year opened: 1966. Acres: 1,755 Highlights: reservable picnicking, marina and cafe, fishing, boat rental, cartop watercraft launching, fitness zone, volleyball, horseshoes. Did you know? Lake Chabot has about 9 miles of shoreline and an estimated capacity of 4.1 billion gallons of water. cubic yards of earth to create the dam. Enjoy the history walk at Lake Chabot; park at San Leandro’s Chabot Park at Estudillo Avenue and Sylvan Circle and enter Lake Chabot’s West Shore Trail along the paved path. The entire walking tour is about 1 mile (2 miles roundtrip) with several panels located in close proximity on the other side of the dam. The southern half of Anthony Chabot Regional Park is within the 27,722-acre Rancho San Lorenzo, granted to Don Guillermo Castro in 1843. These rancho lands were used primarily for cattle grazing. When Castro sold the land in the 1860s it was subdivided into nine ranches. American settlers developed ranches in the northern portion of the park, including the largest, the 525-acre Grass Valley Ranch. Most of these lands were consolidated into watershed property for the City of Oakland in the 1900s by the People’s Water Company. The last major addition to Anthony Chabot Regional Park was Lake Chabot, EBMUD’s reserve water supply for Oakland. Through a lease to the Park District, it opened to the public in 1966. LAKE CHABOT RESERVOIR was built in 187475 as a primary water source for the East Bay. The 315-acre lake was closed to recreation for 91 years. In the 1960s it was opened for controlled recreational uses. Today the lake is an emergency water supply. For this reason swimming is not allowed and dogs are not allowed to enter the water. FISHING The lake is well-stocked and is a popular Bay Area fishing destination. All California Fish and Wildlife regulations apply. A current California Fishing License with stamps and an EBRPD Daily Fishing Access Permit are required for all anglers aged 16 and older. Fishing licenses and EBRPD permits may be purchased at the Marina Cafe. Senior Fishing Access Permits, valid for one year from date of purchase, are available to those age 62 and older. Permits are valid at all Park District lakes and reservoirs. No live fish may be used as bait. All other legal bait and lures are permitted. Fish may be cleaned only at the cleaning station along the walk near the parking lot (see Lake Chabot Marina detail map at right). Catch-and-release angling is encouraged for bass, bluegill, and crappie. However, the release of badly hooked game fish and all non-game fish is not allowed. Please bring to the Marina any unwanted and tagged fish and your completed creel census card (on the back of your fishing permit). DAILY BAG LIMITS for Lake Chabot are: black bass (12-inch minimum)–5; trout–5; catfish–5; Don Castro Regional Rec. Area ST. NTER CE GROVE CY WAY N RD. OW BL. From Rancho to Recreation Marina Entry/Kiosk from Lake Chabot Road East Bay Regional Park District 2950 Peralta Oaks Court, Oakland, CA 94605-0381 1-888-327-2757 (1-888-EBPARKS) (TRS 711) www.ebparks.org Reprint 9/20 Anthony Chabot Regional Park Lake Chabot Regional Park Leona Canyon Open Space Regional Preserve Oakland, San Leandro, Castro Valley Rev 6/20 rth No LO O AI L .13 500 NIKE CLASSROOM 50 parking spots RA IL N DIA IN VE T Entry Kiosk 1.6 OT AB WEST SHORE TR A I L E A3K00 . RD CH To 580 1/8 1/4 3/8 60 0 1/2 Mi. NT 60 0 0 MO 345 parking spaces See Marina detail on reverse. No equestrian parking or horses in the Marina area. rth No LAKE CHABOT MARINA FA IR 50 0 BOT ROAD CHA LAKE DRIVE 300 2 1.8 NO HORSES ON WEST SHORE TRAIL. L C Coot Landing .04 300 CO 0 50 L TR TR RO N .43 1 .5 700 AI 1.02 TOWHEE 0 .26 A IL 50 TR QUAIL 5 .22 .15 .07 TR A .62 TRAIL .60 DO R TWO 30 0 A IL Indian Cove ot hab Alder Point DA M FAIRMONT DRIVE ROCKS .2 RO AD ad H IL wo LS od Ro ed EN To R SEV T R. N MIR A 30 0 AIL .56 TR TO R 500 VE AI L .13 P LO O 0 50 700 BR AN DO N TR. .11 N RO .43 .5 1 L .07 .15 .22 T HEE 1.02 OW .26 50TRA 0 IL QUAIL DA M .56 T RE IL 800 DO N . TR AIL MIRA DO R TRAIL .60 .24 TWO ROCK S .38 TR. AV. AD RO TR . C .42 .23 ND ON BR .49 CO N IL LO 98TH AV. ESTUDIL KE .37 T 1.2 9 0 60 .35 HORSESHOE TRAIL RANCHTR TRAIL PYR ART .54 700 C BU CKE .36 Y E TR. .33 D R. GE R lo o T R . p) PARK 800 GOL D ENSPIKETR . YO N TRA PIN YO CAN N TR. ARDTR. CH OR IDL E AIL TR RA IL TRAIL EBRPD Police/Fire HQ .73 TATE TEN H Live Oak Island (Restricted) 3 .3 ILL 8 ST RA IL MCGREGORGEORGE TRAIL E R 0 1.0 S LL HI N TE VA L L E Y Lake Chabot Regional Park SHO RE E GO LDEN SPIK E TR. DU NN 110 0 REDWOOD M A RE A ING Bay S D S E A oon lf M CTESP I a H R ST TR RE NO Lake R CASTRO LOOP TRAIL TR 00 L NO HORSES ON EAST SHORE TRAIL. Bullfrog Landing IL AI .04 .15 CA TRA L AI TR .11 1 Mi. r Bay nke Ho 3/4 .11 1/2 BAY E. ER 1/4 14TH 185 ST. R ON 500 Catfish Landing 0 BA Bus Stop. Info: 511 or transitinfo.org AV. To 238 Reservable Picnic Picnic Volleyball Court Reservable Group Camp Family Campground Snack Bar Bait & Tackle Boat Rentals Fishing Pier Gate Bass Cove TR AIL O PROCT 400 ME CA NO HORSES ON BRIDGE. WALK BICYCLES. EAST R TOWHEE T P .44 Opossum Cove on cco t RaPoin K HON A V. 150TH .28 DR. .95 NO HORSES IN CAMPGROUND RESTRICTED AREA C A S T R O VA L L E Y Parking Equestrian Parking Disabled Access Restrooms Drinking Water Phone Information Panel Golfing Exercise/Fitness No Horses TRAIL CK’S HU .58 40 BENE DIC T Lake Chabot Lake Loop: Hiker, Horse, Bike Paved Trail, Hiker, Horse, Bike Paved Trail, Hiker, Bike Hikers & Horses Hikers & Bikes Hikers Only Skyline Trail / Bay Area Ridge Trail / Anza Trail Mileage Between Points Paved Road Creek; Pond or Lake Creek Resouce 0 OFT AV. Protection Area NCR LowWater Landing Puma Point .25 LAKE CHABOT MARINA 345 parking spaces See Marina detail on reverse. No equestrian parking or horses in the Marina. To 580 TR A .28 0 50 FAIRMONT RIDGE STAGING AREA 600 20 parking spaces Entry Kiosk Lake Chabot Golf Course (City of Oakland) Park Office FAMILY CAMPGROUND 3 2 300 TR . .58 Entry Kiosk 600 1.20 BINE M U L CO 0 To 580 D ROA 300 1.8 MBIN E 1.3 KE LA LU 0 40 738 .55 COVE TRAIL BASS TRAIL BOT C HA . 0 .04 TR 30 CO .46 30 IA I ND Look out Ridge Hawk Ridge L AI TR AIL TR E Seasonal– may flood L AI Lost Ridge RID G Nike Classroom 50 Parking Spaces Two Rocks LOST 400 QU El Venado TR .73 300 FAMILY CAMPGROUND No Horses in Campground E IL 600 To 580 Regional Parks Police/fire Hq. LAKE CHABOT REGIONAL TR PARK .20 CO MCGREGORGEORGE TRAIL HE TRAIL .90 .41 .36 TE N .38 H TR. ILLS NO HORSES ON EAST SHORE TRAIL. A IL LS 3 HIL .9 0 1.09 LOG AIL GERS LOO P .15 D ROA SAN LEANDRO A ND E OR 5 BL. 580 1.6 C MA R THU AR MACA RTHU R BL . S H O RE BL. . TR EAST F HILL OOT KE LA P STANLE BAY EBRPD Admin HQ ot Chab 0 30 N TE AIL TR LAKE CHABOT LAKE LOOP Is 12.42 miles long. Allow 2-3 hours to complete. Allow 2-4 hours to complete the 8.5- to 9-mile hiking route around the lake via East Shore, Honker Bay, Columbine, Bass Cove, and West Shore trails. Note that the route does not completely follow the shoreline. .04 See lake detail at right . 60&0 Bicycles Hikers, Horses BOT CH A GR BL. 0 0 D LF LINKS ROA AV. 580 3 GO 106TH 13 WEST NO HORSES ON WEST SHORE TRAIL. City of San Leandro . KS DR A OA ERALT Y AV. MACARTHUR 1.3 Oakland Zoo TR 00 SH .44 500 1. Lake O Chabot Park WEST SH S CT. OAK LTA PERA . BL TA MOUN I N TR. .45 PRO C 400 NO HORSES ON BRIDGE. WALK BICYCLES. K’S TRAIL HUC .58 600 TOWHE E BINE LUM CO .95 R. FONTAINE ST. EENLY DR. GR Leona Lodge BAS S TRAIL Knowland Park City of Oakland .55 TR. 30 Lake Chabot Golf Course City of Oakland L 1.20 BL. 82ND AV. 11500 SKYLINE BL. STAGING AREA D OO DW .36 .46 Entry Kiosk Park Office AI TR D .58 .90 40 .85 ROAD 580 Leona Heights Park City of Oakland 1. 0 9 400 738 .11 300 QUA I E LIV 500 E ROA N TRAIL S K YLIN E T R. R T A I L K OA See lake detail 0 0 at right. 30 40 1 KE R HON .25 Seasonal– may flood GOLF LINKS L 7 T COLUMBIN E TRA IL CREEK RESOURCE PROTECTION AREA: A V. LLER MOUNTAIN .25 .20 1.1 0 R. AN BR .09 AN .13 .28 CLYDE WOOLRIDGE STAGING AREA 17 parking spaces #46L TRA IL .61 GOLDENROD 0 50 920 0 OAKLAND QUIN TR. J AL EA AR G N I N S IO S L AT SPA AI OR RE TR ST O T E R N 1 .4 D .13 K OA LIVE T PROCTOR STAGING AREA 12 parking spaces REDWOOD CANYON PUBLIC GOLF COURSE 170 parking spaces BRAN D 60 00 WOO 0 .56 N DO RED 30 IL TRA HE TOW 27 . .80 ll e y Creek 1 .03 .13 BR .08 LOSTRIDG E GOLD SKYLINE BL. Va C A SCADE 1.07 Dogs and people ARE NOT allowed in the creek or on the creek banks. Please keep dogs on leash on Leona Trail if they will not stay out of the creek. sunrise to sunset. Pedestrian access only. .39 .69 08 TR A 9 1.3 22 parking spaces NE STO GE RID. CT SON NNE AD OHA RO Gate hours: DRIVE ES 8 600 JACKSON GRADE DID 00 W VIE 1.08 VE CO #54 PUS AM .80 LOW WIL 400 30 S DR. MPU CA OD TR. EN R .45 See lake detail at right. Merritt College #39 NA LEO .61 1175 TR. REDWOOD EQUESTRIAN ARENA 900 .05 .84 Gra ss A REDTAIL DEER CANYON TR. 50 600 0 700 800 Day Use Parking .40 9 parking spaces LO G GERS P OO E LIN SKY SKYLINE RANCH EQUESTRIAN CENTER 700 800 .66 ERRY TR. FEEB OF 900 .59 Dogs must be on leash on the campus. a700 l2 0 f600 ee ROAD TRAIL L AI TR There is a parking fee . BL at Merrit College. .52 CHABOT EQUESTRIAN CENTER 6 parking spots LEONA CANYON OPEN SPACE REGIONAL PRESERVE ISIA 600 .73 EM 5R TRAIL 0 e fl 0an Ri ge ITE TRAIL B r a nc h E B M U D WAT E R S H E D in80t0 erv t .46 D ROA Piedmont Stables .50 STONE .4 .03 BRIDGE City Stables City of Oakland Private Road. No Public Access. BIG BEAR STAGING AREA 13 parking spaces ur fee 700 MACDONALD STAGING AREA 12 parking spaces L T RAI BRANDON TRAIL AIL OD TR .65 NR E D L O G RID 40 900 800 es) 26 mil RAIL (. BIRDT 1.09 .23 .38 al nto O 800 .25 00 10 0 90 REDTAIL T ALLEY RD. SS V 800 TRA IL 1000 900 A BE ile BIG.38 m ( 700 1 .96 800 ANTHONY CHABOT REGIONAL PARK 0 TRAIL IL TO KE SPI LD ONA 5 MACD 1.0 .36 .24 BORT 70 MEADOW 0 GROUP 800CAMP .06 600 N LDE GO 0 100 0 10 GR ASS VALL EY 700 .25 ROAD IEL GRA T RI S CCHA BA 0 REDWOOD GATE TR. .09 .18 MAR C IL RA RAIL 0 120 110 TRAIL ALD 0 MACD ON 1.14 80 TR. LEY L A V ASS .35 R G . Co erv 1005 .36 IL TA ON C OTT WEST GE RID ek Cre L AI 600 TRAIL -ENDHAWK TRAIL DEAD G IN SOAR 900 900 TR ROAD .11 1 ST D UR REDWOO EH BORT MEADOW STAGING AREA 20 parking spaces 0 Park Office 1047 60 WAYSIDE ORCHARD PLAY RIDGE AREA ood W E S TFishway Redw Interp. TRAIL Site TR. BR CH N FRE000 EBRPD Fire St. #2 9-1-1 Only int MARCIEL GATE 29 parking spaces .55 R. WAYSIDE G E T OVERFLOW F LELEA BRITT IL .14 TRA STREAM RID (EBMU D) 1.32 D EAST Reservoir PINEHURST STAGING AREA ROA ur t Lean dro San er nto O CANYON MEADOW STAGING AREA To Moraga Upp 895 9 parking spaces 920 .27 Horses Not Allowed: • On Stream Trail between Canyon Meadow Staging Area and Trail’s End. • At all picnic areas except Trails’ End, accessible via Bridle Trail from Wayside Overflow parking area. Co Day Use Parking 500 .13 EA AR G N SIN O S I AT SPA OR RE ST O T E R N IL RA CHABOT STAGING AREA (EBMUD). EBMUD Trail Permit required: call (510) 287-0459. W TO EBMUD WAT E R S H E D Separate map available Horse Trailer Parking At: • Wayside Overflow Lot. • MacDonald Gate • Big Bear Staging Area • 11500 Skyline Bl. Bus Parking At: • Wayside Overflow Lot. Bay Area Ridge Trail. Chabot-to-Garin and Chabot-to-Las Trampas (Ramage Peak) Regional Trails.4 miles to Cull Canyon Regional Recreation Area CAM E REINHARDT REDWOOD REGIONAL PARK FAIRMONT RIDGE STAGING AREA 13 parking spots To 580 WELCOME! Please enjoy the Regional Parks safely, and help protect and preserve the parklands by complying with park rules and regulations. SAFETY and ETIQUETTE • Stay on trails. Taking shortcuts can be dangerous and causes erosion. • Wading and/or swimming in undesignated areas may be dangerous and may harm the watershed. • Carry and drink plenty of water. Dehydration is a leading cause of injuries on the trail. • Be prepared for sudden changes in weather conditions. • Trails can be slippery, rocky and steep. Proceed carefully at your own risk. • Feeding or approaching wildlife is dangerous and illegal. • Bicycles are permitted on designated trails only. Horses have the right-of-way on trails. • Keep the parks beautiful. Pack out what you pack in. RULES • Pets must be leashed 200 feet from any trail or park entrance. Pets must be leashed in parking lots, picnic areas, developed areas such as lawns and play fields, and on some trails. They must be under voice control at all times. • State law requires that all bicyclists under age 18 wear an approved helmet while riding on trails and roadways. All bicyclists and equestrians are strongly encouraged to wear helmets at all times. • Drones are prohibited. • Smoking is prohibited. Visitors are responsible for knowing and complying with park rules (Ordinance 38). See www.ebparks.org/rules.

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