Anthony Chabot Regional Park
Laura M.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Feb. 27, 2021


This campground is beautiful and at 50% of normal capacity even better! The campground is set among a grove of eucalyptus trees that offer shade, which would be really nice during summer, and a calming aroma. 

There are dry and full hook up sites. 

$35 for dry

$45 for hook ups

$8 reservation fee

$2 fee per day for each dog which is not stated when making reservations, you  are expected to pay when you arrive.

We have 3 dogs and the ranger came by and mentioned the fee though he never made us pay it. Also they do not allow visitors at this time due to Covid, campers only. There was some type of maintenance going on which had trucks frequently driving up and down the road but overall quiet. Strict rule of no check in prior to 2pm, but there is a day use area nearby to park in and hike around if you arrive early. The road up to the campground is winding with a lot of cyclists. Cell service was spotty on the way up and weak at campground but usable with our WeBoost. The road in the campground is narrow with tight turns into the sites so if you have a big rig be aware.

Other amenities:

Recycling and garbage

Bathrooms and showers

Tons of hiking and biking trails

Water and dump station available for dry campers

Fire pit, firewood for sale at kiosk for $10/bundle

Picnic tables

30 amp only

Paved parking pad, mostly level

Overall would definitely come again!

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