The 3,314-acre Anthony Chabot Regional Park near Oakland has a year-round public campground and 70 miles of hiking and riding trails. The campground belongs to a network of public parks managed by East Bay Regional Park District. Clean, quiet, and surrounded by nature and wildlife, it’s a favorite destination among locals.
Spacious, quiet sites and wildlife like turkeys, deer, owls, and raccoons make this campground a hidden gem. Peaceful Lake Chabot beckons campers for a canoe ride or a stroll along her shore among eucalyptus groves. Park naturalists lead old-fashioned campfire programs at the campground amphitheater on Saturday evenings all summer.
“My husband, dog, and I have been full-time RVing for about a year across the country, and this has definitely been one of our all-time favorite campgrounds. Trails everywhere, great for walking the dog and running. Very peaceful and quiet even over the 4th of July holiday. Turkeys and deer came right up to our campsite!! I would definitely stay here again! ” – Allyssa, Google Review