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Key Campground Regulations
No Unprocessed Firewood is allowed to be brought into the park. Commercially purchased and certified uncontaminated wood is allowed. Otherwise purchase firewood within the park. This is to prevent the spread of Sudden Oak Death fungus.
Quiet Hours: 10:00 PM to 7:00 AM.
Generators are not allowed at any time.
Dogs/Pets: on leash in developed areas of park and always under owners control.. Pets may not be left unattended and must be confined at night.
Towed Vehicles: A vehicle towed behind an RV is charged $8 as 2nd vehicle if it is used during your stay. If it is never unhitched and used, it is free.
Each household may reserve no more than 2 family campsites for a specific date.
Alcohol: Only beer and wine are permitted in the park.
Del Valle Regional Park spreads along the shores of 5-mile-long Lake Del Valle, 10 miles south of Livermore. With a 10 MPH speed limit, the lake is popular for fishing, pedal boating, sailing, windsurfing, kayaking, paddleboarding, and canoeing. Swimming is permitted in designated areas. Lifeguards are on duty during busy times. Campfire programs are offered during the summer. Naturalist-led lake tours by boat are popular.
Del Valle Park Campground offers 150 sites for RVs, trailers, and tents. Twenty-one of the sites have water, sewer, and electric hook-ups (120 volt, 50 and 30 amp). Shade is limited at the park.
Rocky Ridge Visitor Center, Lake Del Valle with boat launch ramp, boating, boat rentals, kayak rentals, fishing, swimming, boat lake tours (purchase tickets at west-side concession), mountain biking, horseback riding, equestrian staging areas, hiking
Little Chaparral Horse Camp
The Little Chaparral Horse Camp has 4 small paddocks. Each reservation in the camp includes a single paddock with space for 1-2 horses, camping for 4 people, and parking for a single trailer and rig. The camp is not far from the main campground and near the staging area for equestrians riding the Ohlone Wilderness. Facilities include BBQs, a picnic table, water, and a portable toilet, but no showers.
Caballo Loco Equestrian Group Camp
Caballo Loco Equestrian Group Camp can accommodate between 4 and 50 people along with up to 15 vehicles. Camping fees are $100 per night. About 10 paddocks are available at the camp along with water troughs and a dump area for manure.
Reservations: Call call 1-888-EBPARKS (1-888-327-2757), press option 2, Monday-Thursday, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM and Fridays, 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM.
Wild Turkey Group Camp
Del Valle Group Campsites
Del Valle Regional Park has 7 group campsites. Two of the sites - Punta Vaca and Wild Turkey - can be driven to. The other five require a short walk, which means campers should be prepared to carry in their gear.
Most of the group sites can accommodate up to 50 people and 10 vehicles. Wild Turkey, however, which is a wheelchair accessible camp, can have up to 15 vehciles. Two larger sites are Punta Vaca, which can accommodate up to 75 people and 15 vehicles; and Hetch Hetch, which can accommodate up to 150 people and 30 vehicles. Sites typically have a number of picnic tables, a rock campfire ring with benches, water, and nearby flush toilets. Parking passes will be mailed and must be displayed.
Fees: Group sites with a capacity of 50 people are $75 per night (except Wild Turkey which is $150 per night); Punta Vaca is $100 per night, and Hetch Hetchy is $175
Reservations: Call 1-888-EBPARKS (1-888-327-2757), press option 2, Monday-Thursday, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM and Fridays, 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM.
Note: Alameda and Contra Costa county residents get first opportunity at group camp reservations beginning at the end of October through November. Non-residents may begin making reservations in early December. See East Bay Regional Parks - Group Campsites for all the details.