Anthony Chabot Campground California

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4.5/5 · 85 reviews
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Nov 30, 2023
I took out-of-town guests to Lake Chabot. We had a blast rotating duties on a paddle boat. Boat rentals of all types are 1/2 price on weekdays. My friends were charmed by having lunch under the oaks … Full review by A M
Dec 12, 2022
been going there for 40 years- a good place to go boating fishing or have lunch on the lawns- many birthday party's there kids love the park there is a lot of parking if the lot is full the street w… Full review by Ronald R
Nov 23, 2021
Great place for a quick get away. Approx 1 hour from home but feels worlds away. I spent 3 nights here in my RV. There are both dry camping and full hook up sites at this campground. Very well taking… Full review by 2rollon
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Opened:1952

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Is there a dump station and a place to fill fresh water tank in campground?
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I'm sorry, I wouldn't be able to answer that, I've never tried to camp there, but I'm sure the website should have any of that info.
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Answer by Richard A · Aug 11, 2018
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How is connectivity at Anthony Chabot Regional Park - campground area? Specifically, for cell phones and/or …
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How is connectivity at Anthony Chabot Regional Park - campground area? Specifically, for cell phones and/or hotspot (computer/tablet)? Our carrier is AT&T. Thank you.
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We had no issue with basic cellphone service (Verizon) - campsites are is up on a hill. We didn't try to use a hot spot, though. There is definitely no wi-fi, as the park is fairly …
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We had no issue with basic cellphone service (Verizon) - campsites are is up on a hill. We didn't try to use a hot spot, though. There is definitely no wi-fi, as the park is fairly remote and very spread out.
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Answer by Kelly J · Nov 27, 2014
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What is the FEMA grant?
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The $4.65 million FEMA grant will pay for the East Bay Regional Park District, City of Oakland and UC Berkeley to thin trees (mostly eucalyptus) and...
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