Del Valle Regional Park

Del Valle Regional Park

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Please check Del Valle Regional Park website for cyanobacteria (toxic algae) warnings prior to your visit.

Del Valle, part of the East Bay Regional Park District, is a 5,000-acre park set amid oak-studded hills.

Its centerpiece is a lake five miles long. Some 67 miles of trails lead into the hills, and there’s a campground with 150 sites as well as a marina with boat rentals.

Del Valle also is the eastern gateway to the Ohlone Wilderness Trail, 28 miles of scenic back country trail.

Dogs must be on leash in developed area and under voice control and within sight in undeveloped areas.

Parking/entrance fee is $6 per vehicle, $4 per trailered vehicle, $3 per vehicle at Arroyo staging area, $25 per bus.

Dog fee is $2 per dog; guide/service dogs free. Gate hours vary by season. The visitor center is open Memorial Day through Labor Day.

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