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Visitation: 800,000
Area: 20,900 Acres
Lat: 37.87863
Lon: 121.913176
Nearby Services
Gas-Danville or Walnut Creek, 10 MilesFood-Danville or Walnut Creek, 10 MilesLodging-Danville or Walnut Creek, 10 Miles
Site Facilities
Brochure/Species List Bus Accessible Camping/lodging
Drinking Water Fee Gift Shop/Bookstore
Interpretive Signs Lookouts Restrooms
Trails Trash Cans Visitor Center/Ranger Station
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Site Id #:142 - Mount Diablo State Park

Facilites at Viewing Site


Brochure/Species List Brochure/Species List

Bus Accessible Bus Accessible

Camping/lodging Camping/lodging

Drinking Water Drinking Water

Fee Fee $6.00 per vehicle. Subject to change. See park website.

Gift Shop/Bookstore Gift Shop/Bookstore Summit Visitor Center open 10am to 4pm

Interpretive Signs Interpretive Signs

Lookouts Lookouts Note #4 - We are currently working to improve accessibility throughout our parks. The viewing area that you are interested in may be undeveloped or there may be terrain, historic or resource protection issues or other factors that limit accessibility at this time. However, there may be some accessible features such as parking, restrooms, and routes of travel. Some parks and viewing sites offer more accessible features than others, we encourage you to view the State Park web page, call the park, or e-mail California State Parks at access@parks.ca.gov for more specific information or details.

Restrooms Restrooms Note #4 - We are currently working to improve accessibility throughout our parks. The viewing area that you are interested in may be undeveloped or there may be terrain, historic or resource protection issues or other factors that limit accessibility at this time. However, there may be some accessible features such as parking, restrooms, and routes of travel. Some parks and viewing sites offer more accessible features than others, we encourage you to view the State Park web page, call the park, or e-mail California State Parks at access@parks.ca.gov for more specific information or details.

Trails Trails Note #4 - We are currently working to improve accessibility throughout our parks. The viewing area that you are interested in may be undeveloped or there may be terrain, historic or resource protection issues or other factors that limit accessibility at this time. However, there may be some accessible features such as parking, restrooms, and routes of travel. Some parks and viewing sites offer more accessible features than others, we encourage you to view the State Park web page, call the park, or e-mail California State Parks at access@parks.ca.gov for more specific information or details.

Trash Cans Trash Cans

Visitor Center/Ranger Station Visitor Center/Ranger Station Summit Visitor Center & Mitchell Canyon Interpretive Center