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Anthony Chabot

Campground

brochure Anthony Chabot - Campground

Campground Brochure of Anthony Chabot Regional Park, part of East Bay Regional Park District. Published by East Bay Regional Park District.

Anthony Chabot CAMPGROUND Campground Information Anthony Chabot Family Campground is a year-round getaway only 35 minutes from downtown Oakland and Oakland International Airport. The campground features 12 RV/trailer campsites with full hookups (sewer, water, and 30 amp electrical), 10 hike-in tent campsites with vehicle parking in the nearby lot, and 53 drive-to campsites of a traditional car-camping variety. All sites have a picnic table and fire ring with grill. Restrooms include hot showers. Water is found at various points throughout the campground. Sites 6, 61, and 62 are disabled accessible.. Reservations Reservations can be made up to 4 weeks in advance and are recommended yearround. Reservations must be made at least 48 hours in advance. Reservations can be made by visiting ReserveAmerica.com or by calling 1-888-EBPARKS (1-888-327-2757) option 2. Group Camping Organized groups of 11 or more campers are encouraged to use the group camps rather than the family campground. Phone 1-888EBPARKS (1-888-327-2757) option 2, to reserve group camping areas. Recreation Hiking There are many hiking trails in Anthony Chabot Regional Park. Trails within walking distance of the campground are described below. Ask for an Anthony Chabot Regional Park map. Towhee Trail is the best introductory hike, and it begins right in the campground. It is a one-mile trail that loops through the campground. Honker Bay Trail leads down to Lake Chabot – for fishing or just for the hike. Allow one and one-half hours for the round trip. Bicycles are permitted. CHECK-OUT TIME ................................. 12 noon CHECK-IN TIME.......................................... 2 p.m. RE-REGISTER BY...................................... 10 a.m. GATES CLOSE NIGHTLY........................ 10 p.m. Campground entry gate closes at 10 p.m. There is no entry from 10 p.m. until the gates reopen at 8 a.m. the next morning. Campers may leave at any time. Huck’s Trail is the quickest way to the lake, but also the steepest. The trail begins outside the gate to the hike-in campsites and drops downhill to meet Honker Bay Trail. No bicycles allowed. Brandon Trail, which is part of the East Bay Skyline National Trail, crosses the campground entrance road at the day-use parking lot. From this trail, there is access to most other trails in Anthony Chabot Regional Park. NOTE: Poison Oak has been pruned as much as possible. Nonetheless, learn to identify it, and then avoid it. Fishing Lake Chabot is a reserve water supply, so swimming and private boating are prohibited except for canoes and kayaks launched from the Marina. However, the fishing and hiking are first-rate. The lake is frequently stocked with many kinds of game fish. A California State Fishing License with stamps and an EBRPD Daily Fishing Access Permit are required for all fishers age 16 and above. Daily EBRPD permits may be purchased at the campground or at the Lake Chabot Marina. Senior Fishing Access Permits, good for one year from the date of purchase, are available for $120 to disabled persons and those age 62 and older. These are honored at all District lakes and reservoirs. Campfire Programs are led by naturalists at the campground amphitheater, Saturday evenings from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Firewood is sold at the entry kiosk. To reduce the spread of Sudden Oak Death Syndrome, wood brought to the campground must be commercially processed and purchased. 2950 Peralta Oaks Court Oakland, CA 94605-0381 1-888-EBPARKS www.ebparks.org Anthony Chabot Campground 9999 Redwood Road Oakland, CA 1-888-327-2757, x4502 Rev. 5/2021 Campground Rules It is the camper’s responsibility to know and follow all campground rules: • Camping is allowed only in designated areas. • A maximum of 8 persons may occupy any single campsite. • One campsite per household is the maximum. • Only two motor vehicles may occupy the same campsite. Two motor vehicles are included in your camping fee. • Maximum trailer length is 35 feet. • Campers must arrive before the gate closes at 10 p.m. • Motor vehicles are restricted to main paved roads. All camping vehicles are restricted to the asphalt pad provided at each campsite. • Lawn areas are for people. No tents or horses, please. • The campground is reserved for use by campers. The nearest day-use picnic areas are located in Redwood Regional Park or at the Lake Chabot Marina at the south end of Anthony Chabot Regional Park. • Persons under 18 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or guardian or other competent adult leader who is at least 21 years old. • Stay Limit: Maximum length of stay is 15 consecutive days; 30 total days per year with a 2-day minimum break following the first 15-day visit. • All pets must be confined within a vehicle or tent overnight, and securely leashed and under the immediate control of a person at all times. Maximum leash length is six feet. Persons with noisy or vicious animals will be required to leave the park. • Waste water must be disposed of only at designated hookup sites or at the sanitary dump station (see campground map on other side for dump station location). • Wood collection is prohibited. Ground fires are not allowed except in the fire pits provided. Campfires must be attended at all times and must be extinguished before leaving the campsite. • No firearms, fireworks, or weapons of any kind are allowed in the park. • No alcoholic beverages except beer and wine are allowed at campsites. Users must be 21 years or older. • Hammocks or other items that require hanging ropes from trees are permitted only on eucalyptus trees. • NO GENERATORS • Smoking is prohibited. • Drones are prohibited. • Any violation of campground rules may result in eviction and forfeiture of all fees. QUIET HOURS: 10 p.m. to 7 a.m. Amplification equipment that disturbs other campers will not be allowed. When kiosk is unstaffed, please call EBRPD Police Department for assistance. POLICE, FIRE, MEDICAL EMERGENCY........... 9-1-1 EBRPD Police Department....................(510) 881-1833 Anthony Chabot ......1-888-327-2757, option 3, x4502 EBRPD Headquarters.............................1-888-EBPARKS Reservations Information......................1-888-EBPARKS ................................................ (1-888-327-2757) option 2 Telephones are located at restroom building #1, at the southern end of the parking lot near shower/restroom building #2, and at shower/restroom building #3. Legend Park Roads Hiker and Horse Trail Hiker, Horse & Bicycle Trail 24 13 1 Drive-in Campsites 14 2 3 Hike-in Campsites Campsites with sewer/water/electric * 2/2021—Fees are subject to change. Horses are not allowed in the campground. 57 60 61 il 42 41 40 T 33 69 73 74 72 71 70 .25 miles to Columbine Trail (Columbine Trail closed to bicycles) 3.44 miles to Lake Chabot Marina 9 8 camp ground 7 Parking for Hike-in Campsites 13-22 Restroom Building #2 6 5 or 1 2 se si nc am pg r 3 Amphitheater Sewage Disposal Station 15 17 18 22 21 M ar l cie 4 14 16 19 20 Lake Chabot Bicycle Loop Live Trai l 13 75 To Redwood Road ad Ro To ee wh T Oak Tra il 2.77 miles to Lake Chabot Marina nd ou No horses in campground il ra T ay rB e nk Ho 31 10 ee Towh 68 23 32 2950 Peralta Oaks Court Oakland, CA 94605-0381 1-888-EBPARKS www.ebparks.org Anthony Chabot Campground 9999 Redwood Road Oakland, CA 1-888-327-2757, x4502 Restroom Building #1 h 34 30 29 28 24 27 No ho rse s in 62 64 l No 39 38 37 36 Tra i 12 11 25 26 66 65 ail CAMPGROUND Campground Entrance Gate closes at 10 p.m. Qu 43 il 63 67 Sewage Disposal Station 44 48 49 50 35 a ee Tr Water Parking for Naturalist-led Campfire programs at the Amphitheater 47 h ow Telephone Tr a 58 59 Shower e 54 56 Disabled Accessible Campsite he 55 Building #3 45 Restroom Disabled Accessible 53 Shower 52 51 46 Restrooms To w Bicycles are not allowed where indicated. From eastbound I-580 in Oakland, take the 35th Ave. exit. Turn left; 35th Avenue becomes Redwood Road. At the intersection of Redwood Road and Skyline Blvd., go straight (east) on Redwood Road for 6.37 miles to Anthony Chabot Regional Park’s Marciel Gate. The campground entrance is 2.2 miles inside the Marciel Gate entrance. From Highway 13 in Oakland, take the Redwood Road exit and go up the hill. Follow instructions from Skyline Blvd. above. From eastbound I-580 in Castro Valley, take the Redwood Road exit, turn left (north) on Redwood Road, and go 5.5 miles to Marciel Gate on the left. From westbound I-580 in Castro Valley, take the Redwood Road exit. Turn right (north) on Redwood Road. Proceed 5.5 miles to the Marciel Gate entrance. rth Hikers Only Trail 23 Anthony Chabot TO REACH CHABOT CAMPGROUND No il DRIVE-IN-CAMPING (vehicles/site/night)......................... $35 HIKE-IN-CAMPING (vehicles/site/night) ........................... $25 WITH HOOKUPS (sewer, water, electricity 30 amp) ...........$45 RESERVATION FEE (per site) ..................................................$8 DOG FEE (each per day; guide dog/service animal free) ...$2 DAILY FISHING PERMIT (age 16 and older) .......................$5 FIREWOOD......................................................... $10 per bundle CHARCOAL .............................................................. $15 per bag ra FEES AND CHARGES* Puma Point Group Campsite Huck’s Trail 0.58 miles to Honker Bay Trail and Lake Chabot Park Residence Park Office Disabled Accessible Chemical Toilet Campground Entry and Information Kiosk

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