Lake Solano Campground
Lake Solano Park is west of Winters along Putah Creek. The park is especially popular with kayakers, canoeists, anglers, campers, and picnickers. No motorized boats are permitted on the lake. Boat rentals are available on weekends and holidays from Easter though late September. A swimming area is open in summer and a children's fishing pond is open year-round. Nature lovers enjoy a Nature Center and park trails for wildlife viewing. Solano Lake is owned by the Bureau of Land Management and operated by Solano County.
Lake Solano Campground has 58 sites for RVs, trailers, and tents. Many of the sites have water and electric hook-ups. Ten premium sites are along the shore of Putah Creek. Campsites must be reserved for at least 2 nights on weekends (Friday and Saturday). Five campsites are set aside as first-come, first-served sites. Lake Solano Campground also has 2 first-come, first-served Hike or Bike sites.
Lake Solano Campground includes a Youth Group Area for camping.
Lake Solano Youth Group Campsite
Lake Solano's Youth Group Area is intended for camping by organized youth groups. Proof of youth organization status is required. The camping area can accommodate up to 75 people, 11 vehicles, and 2 dogs. Amenities include a shaded turf area for tents, a group campfire ring, 12 tables, restrooms with flush toilets (but no showers), and a fishing pier.
Fees: For 20 people or less - $56 per night, for 21 or more people - $84 per night
Reservations: (530) 795-2990