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Photo: Folsom S. Canal Rec. Trail
Bureau of Reclamation
The 69 mile long Folsom South Canal originates at Nimbus Dam on the American River in Sacramento County...[more]
Activities and Amenities:
BIKINGHIKINGHORSEBACK RIDINGPICNICKING
Photo: Folsom Lake
Folsom Lake, California
Bureau of Reclamation
Recreation at Folsom Reservoir is managed by the California Department of Parks and Recreation under ...[more]
Activities and Amenities:
BIKINGBOATINGCAMPINGFISHINGHIKINGHORSEBACK RIDINGINTERPRETIVE PROGRAMSPICNICKINGRECREATIONAL VEHICLESVISITOR CENTERWATER SPORTSWILDLIFE VIEWING
Photo: Folsom Dam
Folsom Dam, California
Bureau of Reclamation
Settlement of the basin began about 1844. In 1848, discovery of gold near the present site of Coloma...[more]
Activities and Amenities:
HIKINGPICNICKING
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US Forest Service
Recreation Opportunity Guides (ROG) - These guides contains information, maps, and directions to assist...[more]
Activities and Amenities:
BIKINGHIKINGHORSEBACK RIDING
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New Hogan Lake, California
US Army Corps of Engineers
Camping
Less than an hour east of Stockton near the historic gold rush towns of the California Mother Lode. This...[more]
Make Reservations:
Camping, Lodging and Day Use
ACORN CAMPGROUND COYOTE POINT OAK KNOLL CAMPGROUND
Photo: PIONEER TRAILS (CA)
PIONEER TRAIL, California
part ofStanislaus National Forest, US Forest Service
Camping
Pioneer Trail Group Campground offers groups of up to 100 people the opportunity to camp near the beautiful...[more]
Camping and Lodging
Photo: Lake Natoma
Lake Natoma, California
Bureau of Reclamation
Recreation at Lake Natoma is managed by the California Department of Parks and Recreation under agreement...[more]
Activities and Amenities:
BIKINGBOATINGCAMPINGFISHINGHIKINGHORSEBACK RIDINGINTERPRETIVE PROGRAMSPICNICKINGWATER SPORTSWILDLIFE VIEWING
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US Forest Service
Permit
The Desolation Wilderness now contains a total of 63,475 acres and is managed by the Forest Service....[more]
Activities and Amenities:
WILDERNESS
Make Reservations:
Permits and Wilderness
Desolation Wilderness Permit
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