Please be advised of the following partial closure:
Mount Diablo State Park will remain open only to hikers, bikers, and equestrians. All roads and parking areas in and around the State Park are now closed to all vehicles.
All park visitors must distance themselves from others by the required 6 feet. Restrooms remain open but you must provide your own soap.
The Summit Visitor Center & Mitchell Canyon Visitor Center remain closed as do all campsites. [posted on 03/26/20]
PRESERVATION THROUGH EDUCATION
Wildlife is abundant on Mount Diablo. Coastal black-tailed deer, raccoons, California ground squirrels, eastern fox squirrels, and gray foxes are often seen. Skunks, bobcats, mountain lions, badgers, coyotes, rabbits, hares and many other animals call the mountain home as well. Mount Diablo is known to harbor red-legged frogs, tarantulas, and the rare Alameda whipsnake as well as its cousin, the northern rattlesnake.