Located in Oakland, California and only a short drive from the Golden Gate Bridge, Reinhardt Redwood Regional Park is an amazing place to visit with your kids. With over 1800 acres of land that includes trails for hiking or biking, lakes for fishing or boating, campsites for car camping or RVing, picnic areas for family gatherings and more- there are endless reasons to explore this park!

It’s Fun

This park has something for everyone. Kids and adults alike will love exploring the trails, lake, and campgrounds together! Also, this park offers a great opportunity to get kids outdoors and explore nature.

Not only is Reinhardt Redwood Regional Park an amazing place for outdoor recreation, it also has special events throughout the year that are perfect for families! One such event is The Great Backyard Campout which happens in May every year. This free annual camping overnight experience invites everyone- regardless of their home situation (kids can bring friends!)- to camp out under the stars at one of several East Bay parks like Reinhardt Redwood Regional Park. With organized activities and games planned all evening long, as well as hot dogs and s’mores available for dinner/snacks, spending a night sleeping outside will be an unforgettable family adventure!

It’s Educational

There is so much to learn in this park – from the history of the area to wildlife you might encounter on a hike. The entire family can enjoy learning about all that Reinhardt has to offer while getting fresh air and exercise too!

It’s Affordable

The best part? There are endless ways your family can explore Reinhardt Redwood Regional Park without breaking the bank! From free hikes around Lake Chabot or Port View Campground to $20 car day camping- there is truly an option for every budget when it comes to visiting with kids. You also receive discounts at certain local businesses if you show your Adventure Pass!

It’s Accessible

Reinhardt Redwood Regional Park is a great place to explore with kids of all ages and abilities. There are trails for those who prefer an easy, flat walk as well as more difficult hikes through the hills that go up steep slopes or downstairs.

There is also a special program called “Safari Scouts” which allows children on the autism spectrum to enjoy nature by going on ranger-led walks through Reinhardt Redwood Regional Park together! This program provides access to many parts of the park including Lake Chabot, Port View Campground, Ed Levin County Park, and Big Trees Trail where participants can view wildlife native to California such as deer, foxes, and squirrels in their natural habitat – it’s like a real-life safari!

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