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Redwood Regional Park

East Bay, California

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  • Entrance to the stream trail.  
- Redwood Regional Park
  • Stream along the Stream Trail.- Redwood Regional Park
  • Meadow along the Stream Trail.- Redwood Regional Park
  • Flowering tree along the Stream Trail.- Redwood Regional Park
  • Main meadow with a cherry plum tree and a barbecue and picnic table.  - Redwood Regional Park
  • Children's playground along the Stream Trail. - Redwood Regional Park
  • The stream along the Stream Trail. - Redwood Regional Park
  • Flowering California lilac. - Redwood Regional Park
  • One of many meadows along the Stream Trail with a picnic table. - Redwood Regional Park
  • Ferns along the Stream Trail.- Redwood Regional Park
  • Trail's End campground and meadow.- Redwood Regional Park
Overview + Weather
Pros: 
Redwoods and streams. Camping, hiking and playgrounds. Mountain biking.
Cons: 
Limited parking. Crowding.
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Region:
East Bay, CA
Access: 
Vehicle
Managed by: 
East Bay Regional Parks
Price per night (basic site): 
75.00 $ (62.97 €)
Pets allowed: 
Yes, with restrictions
Year round: 
Yes
Parking Pass: 
Park entrance fee
Preferable Season(s):
Spring, Summer, Fall
Reservations possible: 
Yes
Total number of sites: 
3
Current Local Weather:
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Campground Description

Campground Description

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Redwood Regional Park is a popular place for Bay Area locals to relax and enjoy ripirian, chaparral, and redwood forests. Located a few minutes away from a main highway, Redwood Regional Park is an accessible park for all kinds of recreational activities. The park includes paved and dirt trails for hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding. It also has many beautiful meadow areas for picnics and a playground. During the summer months, it is a popular location for picnics and parties, drawing many young families to the vast meadows near the main entrance. Parking is limited, and overflow parking is available along the side of the main road. 

Although the campsites do lack privacy, each campsite is next to a main trail that many people frequent throughout the day. The campsites themselves are accessible and are meant for large groups and are available by reservation only. Two of the campsites are adjacent to the paved stream trail and have a shelter, picnic tables, and a meadow. The last campsite is a hike-in campsite that offers the same amenities.

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