Mount Diablo State Park Information
Gates are closed to arriving visitors at sunset. Visitors should plan to be in their vehicles by sunset headed out to avoid being locked in.
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES PROHIBITED
Open daily 10 am to 4 pm
For more information call 925-837-6119
Open weekends only
and some holidays
Summer Hours: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
Winter Hours: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
Park Closures and Road Conditions
For the latest information on Park closure, road conditions, or fire danger, call 925-837-2525 or check the Mount Diablo State Park Website.
Other Telephone Numbers
Junction Ranger . . . . . . . .
Mitchell Canyon Ranger. .
Summit Museum . . . . . . .
Entrance Station . . . . . . .
Sector Office . . . . . . . . . . .
Welcome to South Gate Road KIosk
Additional information is available on the Mount Diablo State Park California Parks Website
Admission Fees (Day Use Fees)
Effective January 2015
Main Entrance Fee: $10.00 per car / Seniors 62 and over: $9.00 per car
Mitchell Canyon and Macedo Ranch: $6.00 per car / Seniors 62 and over: $5.00 per car (cash only accepted)
California Explorer Vehicle Day Use Annual Parking Pass: $195.00
Golden Poppy Vehicle Day Use Annual Pass: $125.00
Limited Use Golden Bear Pass: $20.00
Purchase passes here
Group Picnic Reservations
For reservations and information, call: 925-837-6129 ext. 4
Family Campground Fees
$30.00 - Juniper, Live Oak, and Junction Family Camp Sites (all seasons)
$10.00 - Additional vehicle (1 only)
$ 2.00 - Senior Discount (off Camping Fees)
Group Camp Fees
$65.00 - Stagecoach and Boundary
$100.00 - Buckeye and Wildcat
$165.00 - BBQ Terrace
For more camping information, see Camping Info page
Fire Danger - How Will It Affect You?
Fires shall at all times be maintained in a safe condition.
Never leave a fire unattended.
Extinguish all fires prior to departure.
Ground fires are not permitted.
Firewood gathering is prohibited.
Report all wildfires immediately.
Ask a Park Ranger for further information.
Call the park information line at 925-837-2525 or 925-837-0904 to confirm whether the park is closed for very high fire danger during hot, dry months!
You are responsible for obeying all park rules. Ask a Park Ranger for further information.