CANNERY LANDING RV CAMPGROUND
Links to places to go and things to see near Cannery Landing RV Campground:

Discover the Delta
The Ryde Hotel
Hogback (Boat Launch)
Walnut Grove (Guest Dock)
Locke (Old Town)
Rio Vista Museum

DON'T FORGET MY WEB PAGE LINKS - TOP LEFT OF THIS PAGE!


PLEASE CONTACT ME with any questions about the park or the website - donna@cannerylandingrvpark.com

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Things to see around the park -

I will be adding photo galleries as time permits of:

Trees:  The giant Cedar, The big Sycamores, The huge Eucalyptus, The Walnut trees, Poplars, White Birch, Liquid Amber, Plum trees, Pear trees, Apple trees, Fig trees, Peach trees, Almond tree and of course - the 100 acre woods (a thicket of Willow trees near the park entrance which has been "home" over the years to red foxes, quail, possum and most recently cottontail rabbits!

Flowers:  Roses, "Naked Ladies" (yes, that is what they are called), Jonquils and Daffodils to name a few.  Plus lots of lillies - Easter lillies, Lilly of the Nile, Lilly of the Valley and the infamous "Voodoo Lillies" (would like for those to go!)

Other Greenery:  Bottlebrush, Pampas grass, blackberries, grape vines (several varieties), Hollyhock and shamrock.

There is more I am sure.. someday I will need to make a list!

Other things to see -
No room here - hunt for them on the webpages

ON THE SACRAMENTO RIVER
           IN THE SACRAMENTO-SAN JOAQUIN DELTA
     14450 STATE HWY 160 
                         NEAR WALNUT GROVE, CALIFORNIA                      
  (916) 777-6653

                       

          The picture above shows a view of State Highway 160 (a levee road) facing south toward the small town of Isleton.  The Sacramento River is on the opposite side of the levee road from the park.

Cannery Landing RV Campground is a small, quiet, recreational vehicle park located on Grand Island in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.  The park features full hookups and large sites and is located in a rural area.  There are vineyards to the north and west, open farmland to the south and State Highway 160 is on the east along the Sacramento River.

There is nothing to do at the park, except to RELAX!


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