Equestrian (horse) campsite reservations are by phone only. Check availability at ReserveAmerica.com before you call. Search by park name. “C” = CALL – the date is available.
Reservations for the Equestrian Group campsites must be made, at minimum, 3 days prior to the first day of camping. Reservations are open for the entire calendar year.
Reservations for the Individual equestrian campsites at Del Valle (H1, H2, H3 and H4) are available to book beginning 4 weeks in advance of the first date you wish to camp. Reservations must be made at least two days (48 hours) in advance. Same-day or first-come, first-served reservations are NOT available.
|I want my reservation to BEGIN:||Last day Reservation staff can BOOK:|
|Friday||Tuesday (of same week)|
|Saturday||Wednesday (of same week)|
|Sunday||Thursday (of same week)|
|Monday||Friday (of prior week)|
|Tuesday||Friday (of prior week)|
|Wednesday||Friday (of prior week)|
|Thursday||Monday (of same week)|
|Equestrian (Horse) Site||Per Night***|
|Bort Meadow in Anthony Chabot||$200.00|
|Caballo Loco in Del Valle||$100.00|
|Corral Camp at Las Trampas||$75.00|
|ES Anderson Camp in Tilden||$120.00|
***SECURITY/DAMAGE DEPOSIT equal to one night fee is charged per site.
***SERVICE FEE: $8.00 non-refundable fee is charged per site reserved.
NO REFUNDS will be given for unfavorable weather conditions (heat, rain, wind, etc.) during your stay. To cancel or change your reservation, you must call the Reservations Department at 1-888-327-2757, option 2 (8:30am – 4:00pm PST, M-F).
NOTE: * The $8 reservation service fee paid upon initial reservation as well as any incurred from changes to a reservation are non- refundable.
No. All horses must be brought into and out of the park by their owner(s).
All camping reservations begin at 2pm and end at noon the following day.
No, at least one horse is required for each reserved equestrian (horse) site.
Caballo Loco requires at least 5 horses to reserve.
Quiet hours are 10pm to 7am. CAMPGROUND DISTURBANCES: PLEASE CALL 911 ON THE PARK PAYPHONE OR (510) 881-1121 TO NOTIFY PARK POLICE OF AFTER-HOURS PROBLEMS that need police attention. Other campers will be glad you brought the problem to the attention of the Regional Parks Police.