Lake Solano County Park and Campground


Public Access Update beginning June 22, 2020

Day Use/Boat Launch Access Returns With the Following Conditions

Hours: 9am-5pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
9am-4pm Wednesday
9am-7pm Saturday and Sunday
No Entry 1 hour before posted closing time.
No group gathering
No group pad rentals
Park Amenities that are still closed include: boat rentals, drinking fountains,
group picnic site, playground, Nature Center, Horseshoe Pits.
Occupancy Levels are restricted as a result of Covid Operations
Monday thru Friday ----  30 vehicle maximum 
Saturday and Sunday, Holidays ---- 90 vehicle maximum


 Tent and RV Camping Returns With the Following Conditions

Reservations Only---No First Come First Served 
60% of the campsites open to allow for social distancing
Campsite Occupancy reduced to 8 people
Check out time moved 11am
No group gathering, Maintain Social Distancing
Shower building remains closed

Youth Group Camp remains closed
 

Thank you for your continued patience and understanding
as we do our part to Flatten the Curve



In the event of a PG&E Public Safety Power Shutdown the following restrictions and closures are in effect at Lake Solano:
Only Self-Contained Recreational Vehicle camping will be permitted.
No Tent Camping. 
Day Use and Boat Launch will be closed.


This website will be updated to reflect current status and conditions.


In the event of Red Flag Conditions; only gas fueled cooking fires are permitted, no charcoal or wood fires.
Pursuant to 43 CFR 423.31(e)

Quick Links: 
Directions to the Park
Park Hours
Campsite and Group Picnic Pad Reservations
Boat Rentals and Boating Information
Park Fee Schedule

Dump Station Policy Update

Lake Solano Nature Center Reservation Form (to fill out and submit)
Lake Solano Nature Center Use Policy (full policies and rules for use)

     


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)

Explore Putah Creek with a virtual tour of sites along the creek
where you can visit or fish:
Click here to find the "Putah Creek E-Book"
 
(compliments of the Putah Creek Council)