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Los Vaqueros Reservoir, Livermore

#9 of 11 in Outdoors in Tri-Valley
Water Body · Hidden Gem · Hiking Trail
The Los Vaqueros Reservoir is located in the northern Diablo Range, within northeastern Contra Costa County, northern California. It was completed by the Contra Costa Water District (CCWD) in 1998 to improve the quality of drinking water for its 550,000 customers in Central and Eastern Contra Costa County, and the reservoir is accessible via Vasco Road, a road which connects Brentwood and Livermore.

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  • We have been fishing at Los Vaqueros for almost ten years and we love this reservoir hardly ever leave empty handed. Living in Clayton we usually access the Brentwood entrance and being added hikers.....  more »
  • We made our first trip to Los Vaqueros Reservoir and were quite impressive. Its a large reservoir (several miles). There are nice views. Ther is also a very nice marina and marina building. Many....  more »
  • Very serene and beautiful. Lot of people were fishing here. We came just for few hours and did the boat ride. This is a great place to relax and enjoy the beauty of Nature.
  • Beautiful place to come and relax. It's quiet and even though we came for the fishing we got skunked but enjoyed the scenery. The only negative is that you still have to pay just to fish.

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