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The tours feature lively interviews and music with the rush of wind and the chirps, howls, and growls of wildlife, all downloadable to an audio video media player
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ALL FEATURES OF THE PARK ARE PROTECTED!!

Mount Diablo State Park regulations are strictly enforced to protect the natural features and wildlife of Mount Diablo and to ensure the safety of park visitors

Do not remove or disturb plants, animals or geological features.

GENERAL REGULATIONS
Park Office Telephone 925-837-2525


ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES

ALL ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES PROHIBITED IN PARK.
State laws regarding alcoholic beverages are STRICTLY ENFORCED.

VEHICLES / BICYCLES

SPEED LIMIT is 15-25 MPH on park roads; 15 MPH in campgrounds or picnic areas. OFF ROAD USE PROHIBITED. All vehicles must stay on pavement and are prohibited on trails and fire roads. 
BICYCLES ARE ALLOWED only on paved roads, fire roads, and designated trails. Check at Ranger station for current regulations. Park closures occur during periods of very high and extreme fire danger. The closures apply to bicyclists. HELMETS ARE REQUIRED ON JUVENILES. All riders are encouraged to use helmets. Helmets save lives and prevent serious injuries.

For more information on biking see MDIA's Biking Page.

GRAVITY PROPELLED DEVICES

SKATEBOARDS, ROLLERSKATES, ROLLERBLADES and other Gravity Propelled Devices are prohibited.

DOGS

Dogs MUST BE IN TENT or vehicle at night. MUST BE ON LEASH at all times when out of your car. MUST STAY IN DEVELOPED AREAS ONLY - not allowed on trails or fire roads.

CAMPING

MAXIMUM OF 8 PERSONS AND 2 VEHICLES PER CAMPSITE IS PERMITTED ONLY IN THE JUNIPER, JUNCTION, AND LIVE OAK CAMPGROUNDS. USE DESIGNATED CAMPSITES ONLY. JUVENILES (under 18) MUST HAVE WRITTEN PERMISSION FROM PARENTS. QUIET HOURS 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. NO ELECTRIC GENERATORS 8 p.m. to 10 a.m.
See Camping Page for more information.

RESERVATIONS

Campground reservations may be needed. All unreserved sites are available on a first come, first served basis. The sites will rarely fill up except under exceptional weather conditions and on occasional weekends and holidays.
See Camping Page for more information on camping.

GROUP PICNICS

For reservations and more information call the park in advance at 925-837-6129 x4.

FIRES

RESTRICTIONS IN EFFECT DURING FIRE SEASON - check with ranger. MUST BE IN STOVES OR BARBEQUES PROVIDED - no ground fires. FIREWOOD GATHERING PROHIBITED

PEACE AND QUIET

Noise must not carry beyond your immediate camp or picnic site.

TELEPHONES

There are no public telephones in the park. In emergencies, dial 911 on a cell phone or contact a ranger or docent at one of the entrance stations, Summit Visitors Center or Mitchell Canyon Visitors Center when open. 

FIREWORKS

FIREWORKS are prohibited.

FIREARMS/AIRGUNS

FIREARMS/AIRGUNS are prohibited.
NO HUNTING