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We are new RV’ers and we’re spreading our wings to further and further from home! About 2 hours from our home is this very nice state park. Lots of hiking trails and rabbits, birds etc. to watch. Many fishermen out on the Sacramento River. Camp...More
This state park is located on the delta over the Antioch Bridge. It has pay showers flush toilets camping sites and boat launch.
If camping keep in mind the delta breeze blows pretty much full time. The sites have a fire ring and picnic tablets....More
We arrived on Saturday morning for thr 4th of july 2017 four day weekend. The staff was very friendly and helpful (you really want to meet "Dre"..great conversationalist!). The nights were full of fun and diverse families and music. The fishing was pretty good. We...More
We did not camp at this park. We just dropped by during the day to picnic and maybe swim in the river. The entrance fee for day use is higher than most other parks in the area. There are lots of picnic table and we...More
Went here with our Girl Scout troop to the group camping area. Fairly basic accommodations. Nice camping area in sort of a bowl so helped a bit with all the wind. There was no water at our campsite for washing up and the water didn't...More
We had a nice camp site but the noise from the bridge repair all night made it a bit difficult to sleep. The bathrooms were ok, not super clean but ok. You have to pay for a shower which I thought was excessive since it...More
Response from Johnboy1253 | Reviewed this property |
depends on what you mean by rv campground. if that is hook-ups the cost was around $49 per night and required reservations. Dry camping is $36 and only requires a reservation on weekends and peak season.