Morgan Territory Regional Preserve is a regional park located east of Clayton and north of Livermore, California, bordering on Mt. Diablo State Park, that is part of the East Bay Regional Park District. Since EBRPD acquired the Viera tract, it encompassed 5,230 acres (2,120 ha). The main access road runs from Livermore.Popular activities in the park are camping, hiking, horseback riding and picnicking. A reservation is required to use the backpacking campsite, but the campsite is not wheelchair accessible. Picnic sites are not reservable. Dogs are allowed and no fee is charged for their admittance.
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