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|Sandy Beach County Park and Campground|
UPDATE: January 8, 2021
As the result of Regional Stay at Home order;
Campground operations are suspended through
at least January 31, 2021
Day Use / Beach
Opens Daily 9am-6pm
No group gathering
Occupancy Levels restricted as a result of Covid-19 Operations
Maximum of 30 vehicles
No entry 1 hour prior to day use closing time
Return to normal operations
Maximum of 40 vehicles
Thank you for your patience and understanding
as we do our part to Flatten the Curve
On-line Reservations for Campsites
Directions to the Park
Park Fee Schedule
Tide Predictions for Boat Launching
Dump Station Policy Update
Welcome to the Smoke Free Solano County Parks
Smoking or use of e-cigarettes is not permitted inside or on
the grounds of any Solano County park (ORD. #2015-1755)
Sandy Beach County Park is located on the Sacramento River just south of Rio Vista. Open year-round, the park offers a 24-hour boat launch, campsites, picnic grounds, and a sand beach (swimming is not allowed due to strong currents and sudden drop offs, no lifeguard on duty).
SANDY BEACH PARK MAY FILL TO CAPACITY ON BUSY, NICE WEATHER DAYS, ESPECIALLY HOLIDAY WEEKENDS. VISITORS WILL NOT BE ADMITTED TO THE PARK DURING THE CLOSURE. ANYONE WHO LEAVES THE PARK DURING THE CLOSURE WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO RE-ENTER UNTIL THE PARK REOPENS.
Note: dogs and glass containers are NOT allowed in the day use area (picnic area and beach).
For camping reservations, click here: ONLINE PARK RESERVATIONS. The campground includes picnic tables, barbecue pits, hot showers, flush toilets and an RV dump station. Each of the 42 individual campsites has hook-ups for electricity and water. A camp host and park resident are on site to assist you so that your visit is enjoyable. Firewood is available for purchase. Dogs on leash are welcome in the campground (Must stay in campground and attended to at all times.).
Overlooking the Sacramento River, the picnic area is equipped with tables, barbecue grills, sand volleyball court and a horseshoe pitch. Visitors enjoy playing along the beach and viewing the Delta. Picnic tables are first-come / first-served. Whether from the shoreline or off the side of a boat, fishing for catfish, sturgeon or striped bass is very popular along 1,000 miles of Delta waterways. Other recreational activities enjoyed at the park are jet-skiing, pleasure boating, wind surfing, sailing and sunbathing on the beach. Visitors also enjoy the small-town atmosphere of Rio Vista, with a variety of shops and restaurants.
To contact the park staff at Sandy Beach Park call (707) 374-2097. For camping reservations, click here: ONLINE PARK RESERVATIONS.