Del Valle Regional Park Campgrounds

Livermore, CA
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Del Valle Regional Park Campgrounds is located near Livermore, California that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for camping, canoeing, fishing, hiking & road biking and is accessible year-round. Dogs and horses are also able to use this trail.

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East Ridge Trailhead is outside the park at the top of the ridge just passed Mendenhall Rd. There is no fee to park and hike. Several smaller loops can be taken that connect to this trailhead and provide views of Mt Diablo and the lake. This area is good for hiking, mountain biking and young children. The fire road style trial is easy to walk, but has little shade. There is also no water until you reach camping areas near the lake. Local nature includes live oak trees with mistletoe and red galls, tar weed and other local wildflowers, birds of various types, and deer (if you are lucky). This trail had several vistas with benches to rest and enjoy the view. Very good for the casual hiker or families with smaller children. If you want more of a challenge, just take the single track trails off the main fire road trails.

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Went this past weekend and took my girls for a hike. It was an enjoyable outing. We had fun and may return for camping and mor hiking.

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John Trejo

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It was perfect day. We went off the trail making our own trail. Then came back into the original trail further up. It a nice view up here over looking the lake.

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Not bad if you're already there camping, don't think I'll go back though

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There are multiple hikes to do from Del Valle. Ours was the 3 mile hike to Hetch Hetchy Campground, starting from the East Shore, near the boat marina.

The trail was wide and mostly flat. Easygoing. Dogs are allowed off leash, and there was plenty of evidence of dogs. On our return trip we took a dip in the lake - a man made reservoir.

It was hot, but a steady breeze kept us cool. There's running water and pit toilets at the 2 campsites we passed.

We had hoped to continue on further around the lake and do 5 miles but found the trail washed out (literally had eroded into the lake) after about 1.6 miles -- immediately after we reached the Hetch Hetchy camp.

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