Caswell Memorial State Park
Take a break next to the river. The park preserves one of the few places to enjoy the natural state of the Central Valley. The majestic valley oak forest provides shady relief from the peak heat in the summer, while the river access gives you a place to splash, swim, float, kayak and fish. Mosey on the winding river trails that snake through the park.
Rules & Regulation
Camping: Four accessible campsites are available: site 29, 41, 44, and 56. Restrooms and combination restroom/shower building is accessible. One van accessible parking space is available at the combo building. Routes of travel to the restroom and combo building are accessible.
Picnic Area: The family picnic area is generally accessible, including many accessible BBQ grills. Parking includes four accessible spaces, one of them van accessible. There are accessible paved routes from parking to the accessible areas. The Oak Grove picnic area restroom is accessible.
Trails: The Loop Nature Trail is a 0.71 mile accessible loop trail that starts at the day-use parking lot and uses portions of the River Bend, Majestic Oaks, Gray Fox, and Fenceline trails to create the accessible trail loop. The shaded trail offers views of oak trees, roses, berries, and a peek or two of the river. The trail is compacted soil. The trail is generally flat at less than 5% slopes. Accessible parking is available at the day-use parking lot. The Day-Use to Beach Trail is a 0.20 mile accessible trail from the day-use parking lot to the river beach. The trail is compacted soil. Accessible parking is available at the day-use parking lot.
Visit Dogs in Parks for additional details about dogs in State Parks. Please be aware of regulations for bringing your fur friend for your visit.
Dogs are welcome at the park but not allowed on trails, in the river, on beaches, and must always be on a leash. Dogs must be on a maximum 6-foot leash at ALL times and physically under your control.