Winters - Lake Solano County Park
Where: 8685 Pleasant Valley Road, Winters.
Hours & Fees: Parking fees, group picnic fees, camping reservation and utility hook-up fees all apply.
Lake Solano Park sits at the base of the coastal foothills west of the town of Winters. Lake Solano helps control the amount of water flowing from Lake Berryessa into Putah Creek and is important for many different animals, including birds, black-tailed deer, ground squirrels, and California quail. The cold water in the creek and lake is famous for fly fishing.
Great For: Fishing, non-motorized boating, camping, swimming, sunbathing and picnicking. Visitors can hike, ride bikes, bird watch and photograph wildlife, and participate in volunteer docent-led hikes and events.
Camping & Day Use: Solano County operates a campground with 58 campsites, many of which have water and electric hookups. There are restrooms with flush toilets, sinks, and hot showers. The day use area has picnic sites, group picnic facilities, parking, restrooms and a public telephone. The day use fee includes boat launch access for non-powered vessels. The picnic area is located directly east of the campground.
Did You Know? Lake Solano is considered one of the best fly fishing spots in the Sacramento Valley, especially for brown and rainbow trout.
Learn More: Visit solanocounty.com/ parks for current information, including hours, maps, and directions as well as to reserve a campsite. Watch wildlife at Lake Solano at cawatchablewildlife.org.