|Rules & Regulations
- A limit of 14 days with a mandatory 30-day out period enforced. No resident camping.
- No more than two vehicles per campsite. Each vehicle will be charged the posted fees.
- No person under the age of 18 shall camp within a County Park unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
- Quiet hours observed from 10 pm to 7 am. No radios or excessive noise permitted.
- All vehicles must be parked on asphalt.
- Dogs in campgrounds must be kept on a leash no longer than 7 feet in length. No dogs are allowed in the Day Use areas (including beach and picnic areas).
- Coast Guard approved life preservers are required for all persons using boats or rafts on Lake Solano.
- Minors in possession of alcohol or any illegal substance will be cited. Violation of park laws and ordinances may result in citation and eviction from the park grounds.
- Fires are to be maintained in fire pits and put out when unattended.
- Speed limit in park is 7 MPH and vehicles are to remain on pavement. No off-road vehicles permitted.
- No camp arrivals are permitted after 9 pm at Lake Solano campground. No exceptions.
- Gates to Lake Solano campground close daily at posted time and reopen at 8 am each day.
- Campers are required to place a car, tent or trailer at the non-reserved site to prove occupancy.
- No electric or motorboats are permitted on Lake Solano.
- Glass bottles and containers are prohibited in parks, except in designated camping areas.
- Balloons of any type are prohibited in parks.
- Operate any sound amplifying equipment, musical instrument, generator, or other device or machine causing excessive noise, except in accordance with the terms and conditions of a written permit issued by the parks division. For purposes of this subdivision, excessive noise shall mean any noise that a park ranger finds, in his or her sole discretion, has disturbed, may disturb, or will disturb members of the public or wildlife. Sec.19-160(j)