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DescriptionSunol Regional Wilderness is expected to remain open for day use during the San Francisco Public Utilities Commision project to improve its facilities at Calaveras Reservoir . However, there is no overnight camping at the Sunol Family Campsites or Group Campsites until further notice. The Sunol Backpack Camping Area remains open; advance reservation (5 business days/ phone only) & Ohlone Wilderness Permit is required for each person age 12 years or older. Please visit the Sunol Park Page or call the EBRPD Reservations Department at 1-888-EBPARKS (1-888-327-2757) option 2 for more information. Alameda Grove picnic area is available for reservation Saturday and Sunday only; Leyden Flats picnic area is closed to reservations until further notice.
The Sunol Wilderness is located near Pleasanton, CA, on the southeastern side of San Francisco Bay. Under the East Bay Regional Park District's multi-use land management policy, cattle continue to gaze in the 6,859-acre wilderness.
Activities in the Sunol Wilderness include hiking, horseback riding, walking, backpack camping, and picnicking. Indian Joe Cave Rocks provides sport and challenge to rock climbers. Naturalists lead walks, hikes, trail rides, camping trips, and backpacking adventures, and other outings. Visit the Old Green Barn Visitor Center for information about these programs and the self-guided Indian Joe Nature Trail. The Ohlone Wilderness Trail is a popular hiking destination; permits are available by phone, internet or at the Sunol Visitor Center (call ahead or check website for open hours).
Visitors should bring drinking water, because there is none available in the park.
The Sunol Wilderness is near many Northern California attractions. The cities of Oakland and Berkeley are about one hour away, and a longer drive takes visitors to either San Francisco or the Peninsula.
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Alerts and Important InformationYou must bring your own water when camping or day hiking in the Sunol Regional Park. There is no water available.
RESERVATIONS ARE SITE-SPECIFIC, MAKE SURE THE SITE YOU CHOOSE MEETS YOUR NEEDS: while choosing your site, please take note of the site information provided. An $8 non-refundable service fee will be charged for each change you make to your reservation.
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Getting There:GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
From the Fremont area: Drive north on I-680 and exit at Calaveras Road. Turn right on Calaveras and proceed to Geary Road, which leads directly into the park. From the Oakland/Berkeley area: Drive east on I-580 to the junction with I-680 in Pleasanton. At the junction, go south on I-680 and exit at Calaveras Road/Highway 84 just south of the town of Pleasanton. Turn left onto Calaveras Road and proceed to Geary Road, which leads directly into the park. From the Walnut Creek/Danville area: Go south on I-680 and exit at Calaveras Road/Highway 84, just south of the town of Pleasanton. Turn left onto Calaveras Road and proceed to Geary Road, which leads directly into the park.
EAST END OF GEARY RD., BOX 82
SUNOL CA 94586
Phone Number:Information: (510)544-3246