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Recreation & Outdoors: Fishing Holes

A lake and camping area in Humboldt County. Fishing is popular in the winter, while camping, hiking and picnicking are popular in the summer.

A large park with a lagoon for swimming and a reservoir for fishing.

A large East Bay regional park 10 miles south of Livermore, Lake Del Valle features a visitor center, swimming, picnicking, camping, fishing, and boating.

A wildlife refuge that hosts more 280 species of birds every year. Fishing and water fowl hunting are permitted during certain times of the year. Some types of boating are allowed.

An East Bay Regional Park in Hayward containing a 20 mile trail system for hiking or horseback riding. The park is also ideal for picnicking or fishing at the park's Jordan Pond.

A 102 acre park in Walnut Creek featuring a swim center, fishing pond, skate park, bike paths, athletic fields, volleyball court, off-leash dog park and more.

This 315 acre lake is an ideal location for fishing, boating, hiking, bike riding, and picnicking. Because the lake is a standby emergency water supply there are certain regulations, such as no swimming.

A lake and park near the junction of highways 13 and 24 in Oakland that allows swimming and fishing.

A reservoir surrounded by a large recreation area that is an ideal spot for hiking, fishing, boating (rental) or many other outdoor activities.

A 741 acre marshland park in East Oakland. Ideal for picnicking, birdwatching, hiking, biking, fishing, sunbathing and boat launching.

The 866 acre reservoir has 14 miles of shoreline, making it an ideal location for fishing and picnicking.

An ideal location for boating, fishing, picnicking, swimming and birdwatching. Also features a water slide, although it is privately owned and operated.

A large park at the Woodward Reservoir in Stanislaus County. Activities include, camping, swimming, boating, fishing, hunting, and more.

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