Monday, June 22, 2009

Caswell State Park Camping Trip

Caswell State Park
Caswell Memorial State Park is an oasis of oak trees in a sea of farm land in the California central Valley. The Stanislaus River runs through Caswell State Park and during the summer campers can cool off in the slow moving waterway. There are 65 campsites most of which face the river. During the week you can have the park to yourself. Weekends Caswell State Park is full of campers from the San Francisco bay area. There are miles of hiking trails that twist there way through the oak trees or you can hop on an inner tube and float down the river. Location - Directions From 99, take the Austin Rd. exit. Head South on Austin Rd. and you will run into the park at the end of the road. Latitude/Longitude: 37.7005 / -121.1243 Year-round day use 8:00am to sunset Entrance station open Spring and Fall weekends, most days May through September. 28000 South Austin Road Ripon CA 95366 209-599-3810
Caswell State Park Camping Reservations