Add your Organization to OuterSpatial. Learn more here.

Great Valley Grasslands State Park

Area

Overview

  • Directions

    Loading...
  • Size

    2881.05 acres

Description

See the Central Valley in its natural state! The park preserves the natural habitat for many rare and endangered plant and animal species. This undeveloped park offers a spot to enjoy a primitive, natural setting. It features a 5-mile walk alongside the San Joaquin River. Fish from the shore or launch your boat into the river. Anglers will find the waters teaming with largemouth bass and catfish. View a variety of wildlife, like the California Tiger Salamander and the vernal pool fairy shrimp! Spring visits are highly recommended for the explosion of wildflowers.

Allowed Activities
Boating
Hiking
Birdwatching
Wildlife Watching
Fishing
Rules & Regulation
Dogs Permitted With Restrictions

Additional Information

Accessibility Description

Disclaimer

We are working to improve accessibility throughout our parks but we regret that there are currently no accessible activities at this park. This may be an undeveloped park, or there may be terrain, historic or resource protection issues or other limiting factors. However, there may be some generally accessible features, such as parking areas, restrooms, and routes of travel, that meet current accessibility standards. Call the park or email us at access@parks.ca.gov for details.

Dogs

Dogs welcome on the trail only. Dogs must be on a maximum 6-foot leash at ALL times and physically under your control. 

Visit www.parks.ca.gov/Dogs for additional information. Please be aware of all regulations before bringing your fur friend to State Parks.