Offered near the campground.
Brannan Island boasts world-class boating and watersports (see the windsurfing section). With a ten-lane launch ramp and boat-i...Read more
Bass, sturgeon, catfish, perch, shad, bluegill, and migrating salmon live in the Delta. There is a wooden fishing platform on t...Read more
This recreation area isn’t ideal for hiking as there aren’t many designated hiking trails, but it’s fun to explore nonetheless!...Read more
Windsurfing is quite popular on Brannan Island, with two sloughs and the Sacramento River at your fingertips, but the best plac...Read more
It gets hot here during the summer, so it seems perfect to cool off in the water. You can take a dip at the picnic area on the ...Read more
Brannan Island is home to plenty of little wildlife critters, like jackrabbits, ground squirrels, skunks and snakes, as well as...Read more
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I stayed two nights in campsite 61 and had an amazing time. If you visit in the summer, make sure your site has shade or bring a canopy. If you want a bit of privacy, choose sites 71 or 72 which is in the back surrounded by trees. This campground is very convenient and close to everything--town is 10 minutes away. They have a small beach area on the other side of the park where you can go swimming or you can go to Sandy Beach Park and make a day of it. There's also awesome windsurfing and kitesurfing nearby. I did a beginner lesson with Delta Wind Sports and it was a blast!
Rules are too strict and when it gets dark earwigs fall from the trees and come up from the ground and take over EVERYTHING. Dogs must be on leash at all times and they cannot enter the water. Only two license plates per site even though they can comfortably fit 3 cars and 6 cars squished. The people in charge drive around in golf caddies so you get a sense of being watched all the time. Overall, bad experience especially because of the bugs. Bathrooms were very clean however.