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Old 01-16-2020, 09:36 AM   #1
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Looking for RV Parks near Hayward CA

We are headed west from Indiana in a few weeks to see our granddaughter. We are trying to find an RV park near Hayward and not having any luck. Either terrible reviews or 2 hours away from Hayward. Does anyone know of a decent place to stay near Hayward? We have a 2000 Damon Intruder, 36' long, and will be towing our Toyota pickup truck.
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The best you can do is the Alameda Country Fairgrounds in Pleasanton. Not fancy but will allow you to be reasonably close.

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Alameda fairgrounds is about it. If visiting in March make reservations soon. I was told yesterday there is a big car show so park is almost full.
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Old 01-16-2020, 11:26 AM   #4
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Anthony Chabot Regional Park

I can strongly recommend the Chabot Regional Park; just north of Castro Valley. I think their length limit is 35' but you can reverse past the back of the pad. $44 per night, full hookup with 50 amp service (or at least 50 amp outlets; website says 30 amp service).

https://www.reserveamerica.com/explore/anthony-chabot/EB/110004/overview
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I live in the area and both are great recommendations. Chabot is closer to Hayward and is more of a camping experience. Pleasanton fairgrounds is a good safe park and you can walk through the fairgrounds to downtown Pleasanton, which is nice. Note traffic can be bad between Pleasanton and Hayward during commute hours.
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