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Lake Chabot Regional Park
Marina

Marina
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City: Castro Valley
Region: EastBay
Park: Lake Chabot Regional Park
Park Map URL: Click Here

Saturday, June 08, 2013 @ 9:00 AM


Event Notes:

This is an EBRP hike led by Trail Gail. It is 9 miles around the lake but very doable. Hopefully we can spot the newest nesting bald eagle. They are huge and beautiful. Check it out. You will learn so much from Gail about this beautiful park. We meet at the Marina which is a great snacking spot. Park at the end of the lot. Park in the street to avoid the parking fee.

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Trail Notes:

Lake Chabot Reservoir was built in 1874-75 as a primary source of water for the East Bay. The 315-acre lake was closed to recreation for 91 years. Legislation passed in the 1960s opened the lake for controlled recreational uses. Currently, the lake serves as a standby emergency water supply. For this reason, visitors are asked to observe certain necessary regulations to keep the waters pure.


Trailhead Directions:
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All directions are to get to the Lake Chabot Marina:
From I-580 in San Leandro:
Exit at Fairmont Drive and go east (uphill). (Note that Fairmont Drive becomes Lake Chabot Road.) The Marina entrance will be to the left at the bottom of the hill.

From I-580 westbound in Castro Valley:
Take the Strobridge Ave. exit. Turn right on Strobridge, right on Castro Valley Blvd., and left on Lake Chabot Road. The Marina is about two miles ahead on the right.

From I-580 eastbound in Castro Valley:
Take the Redwood Road exit and turn left onto Redwood Road, left at Castro Valley Blvd., right at Lake Chabot Road. The Marina is about two miles ahead on the right.

Meet at the Information Kiosk on the North East side of the parking lot. Additional street parking is available at no cost outside of the park entrance.

Parking Fee: $5 per Vehicle
Other Fees: $2 per Dog

The trailhead information on this page was last updated
Thursday, November 30, 2017.

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