Tilden Regional Park
Tilden is a 2,079 acres park with many miles of trails. Within the park, Lake Anza is open for fishing throughout the year. The lake is not stocked, but has naturally occurring largemouth bass, bluegill, sunfish, and channel catfish.
A state fishing license is required for persons age 16 or older. Dogs must be on a maximum six foot leash and waste must be disposed in garbage cans.
Park hours are 5am to 10pm.
The walk along Nimitz Way is paved and wheelchair accessible. Wheelchair accessible features include drinking water, parking, trail access and restrooms at Inspiration Point on Wildcat Canyon Road.
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AddressSummit Rd & Atlas Pl
On weekends and holidays, take AC Transit #67 from the Berkeley BART station into the park at Canon Drive, along Central Park Drive and Wildcat Canyon Road, and exit the park at Shasta Road. The route provides access to the Environmental Education Center and the Little Farm in Tilden Nature Area, the Merry-Go-Round, Lake Anza (a short walk), the Brazil Building, the Botanic Garden, and several trailheads. Buses run every 45 minutes. On weekdays #67 operates only to the Canon Drive and Shasta Road entrances.
Phone: 510-843-2137 or toll free:888-327-2757, option 3, extension 4562