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Biking in the Del Valle Regional Park offers incredible 360˚ views of the lake and some skill-testing singletrack riding. With ...Read more
The centerpiece of Del Valle Regional Park is its five-mile long lake, so it is fair to say that boating is by far one of the m...Read more
The lake is consistently stocked with trout, bass, catfish, and other delightful marine beings for your fishing pleasure. You c...Read more
Ahh, how can you look at Del Valle and still not consider the plethora of hikes they have to offer?! If you are not already in ...Read more
Del Valle also offers horseback riding expeditions to the public along with equestrian camping. There are numerous staging area...Read more
Along with boating, kayaking & canoeing are two extremely popular activities available at Del Valle. Both vessels are easil...Read more
Both kiteboarding and windsurfing are very popular among many of the visitors to Del Valle, as the lake offers a great outlet f...Read more
Now, what is a lake worth if there is no swimming available? Practically nothing! That’s why Del Valle offers two incredible be...Read more
A park is not a park without adequate wildlife, and Del Valle stays consistent in its quest to achieve all great elements of a ...Read more
The vibe at Del Valle Family Campground
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This is definitely a family-oriented campsite. Lost of kids running around during the day. If you're a light sleeper, I'd recommend a set of earplugs or headphones, otherwise you might hear kids crying or partying from nearby camp sites into the night.
Potable water available in conveniently located spigots along the family campground road, among the sites. Dogs on leash allowed for a fee. Fire pits are provided - there may be fire restrictions at times, but normally you'll enjoy having a campfire. September weekends and weekdays are generally not fully booked and not totally empty, either.
Really lovely spot for an easy getaway. I'm a pretty experienced backpacker, but needed a place close to San Francisco to break a friend into car camping. This was the perfect spot for it. It was active and I think fully booked, but not as crazy as I expected. Lots of kids around, so get earplugs if you sleep light. The sites are large and spacious, so even if you max out with 8 folks to a site you should be fine. Really great facilities, the fire pits are top notch. The reservoir was a little lame, the trails are generally ok. Nothing epic, but generally really pleasant. Probably where I'd take kids to for their first camping trip to break them into the outdoors.
Dog friendly! The space is open and lots of hiking groups go through the camp grounds so you'll see lots of other people throughout the day, it's not a secluded campsite. The lake nearby is great for paddle boarding and a cold swim.
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- 37.57° N, 121.687° W
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- Tent / RV / Trailer: 141 Sites (Up to 8 people per site)