Dog-friendly Anthony Chabot Regional Park

Anthony Chabot Regional Park

9999 Redwood Rd.
Castro Valley, California 94546
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Camping and a wealth of other outdoor activities are available only 20 minutes from downtown Oakland at the 5,067-acre Anthony Chabot Park.

Its beautiful year-round public campground, a marksmanship range, and miles of hiking and riding trails make Chabot one of the District's most varied parklands.

Visitors can explore miles of beautiful hiking, riding, and bicycling trails through grasslands, chaparral, and shady eucalyptus groves or along the shores of Lake Chabot.

The East Bay Skyline National Trail, which traverses 31 miles of East Bay hills from Richmond to Castro Valley, runs the length of the park. Chabot is connected to Cull Canyon Regional Recreation Area by a six-mile section of the Chabot-to-Garin Regional Trail.

• Dog Fee: $2 per day. Guide/service dogs free

Help us keep these trails beautiful and dog-friendly:
• Always follow the posted rules as they may have changed
• If in off-leash area, keep your dog under voice command
• Respect and protect wildlife and habitats
• Pack in and pack out, leaving only paw prints

Pretty Pittie at Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve - Photo Credit: @ac_sivs
Pretty Pittie at Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve - Photo Credit: @ac_sivs
Oakland is surrounded by hills, and the hills—luscious green at this time of year—are laced with hiking trails. You don’t have to go far from downtown Oakland to access one of the close-in preserves managed by the East Bay Regional Park District, which oversees more than 65 open-space areas with 1,250 miles of trails between them. A perk you won’t find on many other public lands: more »
Dogs Permitted Off Leash sign
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