Whether you're heading to Tilden Regional Park for a dazzling day trip or an out-of-this-world overnight stay with your family and friends, you'll leave this incredible spot with magical memories destined to last a lifetime! This peaceful park covers over 2,000 acres and blends bursts of lush wilderness with more developed areas full of felicitous features everyone can enjoy.
Tilden has 4 campsites: Gillespie, New Woodland, Wildcat View, and ES Anderson Horse Camp. All of these splendid sites are designed for groups, with Gillespie and Wildcat View accommodating up to 75 people, and New Woodland and the equestrian camp holding up to 50. Each basic but beautiful campground, as well as the numerous group picnic spots up for reservation, can be found perched among tall trees and small shrubs of verdant green with plenty of space for family feasts and songs around the crackling campfire! If you're hoping to share a tent with your tyke, just remember that Gillespie is the only site that welcomes barking besties.
Tilden Regional Park is a favorite among four-legged frolickers, and it's not hard to see why. The outdoors-obsessed in your group will be sure to have the time of their lives here, but so will anyone who loves to have fun! Darling dogs are welcome in most areas in the park but not all, so make sure you're reading signs carefully while you explore.
Hike-loving hounds and humans will be in heaven here as Tilden Regional Park has miles of tremendous tracks that bring you over canyons, around lakes, and through historical hubs. Keep Fido on their leash or under voice control at all times, and don't forget the doggy bags! There are routes for bikes, horses, and hikers, and each path provides breathtaking views of this amazing area!
Hoping for a cooling dip after those wondrous walkies? Lake Anza is a stunning swimming spot favored by all, and the best part is that even though your furever friend can't join you on the designated swimming beaches, they are free to splash about in any other parts! When you're not skipping through the botanical gardens or feeding animals in the little farm, your pup can even join you on a miniature train ride through the park! Tilden Regional Park is a mutts-visit!