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Contra Loma Regional Park, Antioch

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Contra Loma Regional Park is a 780acre regional park in Contra Costa County, California. It is part of the East Bay Regional Parks system. It is located in the city of Antioch and includes an 80acre reservoir.
The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation is updating its long-term plan for the Contra Loma Regional Park and the adjacent Antioch Community Park. The previous plan was written in 1975, before a population boom hit East Contra Costa County.
The reservoir, which is owned by the Contra Costa Water District (CCWD), is available for year-round fishing and a lifeguarded swim lagoon for summertime swimming. Fishing is allowed, but those who wish to fish must purchase a Daily Fishing Access Permit. There is also an access fee. The reservoir contains catfish, black and striped bass, bluegill, trout, and red-eared sunfish.
Biking is allowed. Alcoholic drinks are prohibited everywhere in the park.
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  • We went to Contra Loma Regional Park There is a nice lake there. This is nice for a walk, enjoying the views, and being outdoors. We had a fun time.  more »
  • My daughter planned a camping party for my grand daughter's 10th birthday. It was a camping theme with a tent, campfire, propane logs due to fire danger, and bbq. The kids played games, fished and...  more »
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  • A great local regional park where you can have a nice stroll around the lake or have a fun bbq with friends and family at the numerous picnic tables scattered around the park. The park is well kept and clean, good job rangers! I’ve always only met the friendliest of people when I come here. It’s dog friendly, but make sure to take poop bags with you to clean up after your dog. In the fall time to trees around the lake turn a beautiful array of colors! There are also many hiking trails around the lake, most are beginner friendly!
  • Probably the best thing in Antioch. Lots of trails, a reasonable amount of shade and a nice man made lagoon. Our kids had fun chasing the ground squirrels, lizards and wild turkeys. Also plenty of friendly people doing the loop for their morning exercise.

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