The Kinfolkz Family Reunion Campgrounds
- About The Park and The Kinfolkz Family Reunion Campgrounds
- To Reach the Park
- Trail Accessibility
Camping and a wealth of other outdoor activities are available only 20 minutes from downtown Oakland at the 5,067-acre Anthony Chabot Park - 9999 Redwood Road, Oakland. Overlooking Lake Chabot the Chabot Campground, a year-round getaway only minutes from the city (camping fee). The camp has 75 trailer, tent, or walk-in campsites, hot showers, Naturalist-led campfire programs, an amphitheater, and hiking/fishing access to Lake Chabot. There are reservable group campsites within the park as well. Its beautiful year-round public campground, and miles of hiking and riding trails make Chabot one of the District's most beautiful parklands.
THE KINFOLKZ FAMILY REUNION CAMPGROUNDS
- Hawk Ridge can accommodate up to 150 campers and 25 vehicles (10 outside the group gate). It is in the middle of the park with 8 picnic tables, 2 extra large BBQ's, a shelter with a fire circle, 2 drinking fountains, 6 chemical toilets and a large lawn area.
- Lookout Ridge can accommodate up to 50 campers and 10 vehicles. It is in right next to Hawk Ridge camp site, with six picnic tables, a double BBQ, running water, a fire circle and 2 chemical toilets.
To Reach the Park
There are several access points to Anthony Chabot Regional Park on 9999 Redwood Road in Oakland.
From I-580 westbound in Castro Valley, take the Castro Valley exit and turn left at Castro Valley Boulevard. At Redwood Road, turn right. (From I-580 eastbound, take the Redwood Road exit and turn left at Redwood.) After about two miles on Redwood you will first come to Willow Park Golf Course, then Lake Chabot's Proctor Staging Area, both on the left. Another few miles will bring you to 9999 Redwood Road - and the beginning of the Marciel Gate at Marciel Road. This is a hiking and equestrian staging area, and Marciel Road leads to a group camping area, the marksmanship range, and the Chabot Family Campground, which is also the home of evening campfire programs held in the summer; non-campers are welcome.
Towhee Trail Accessibility Report