Caswell Memorial

Campground Map

brochure Caswell Memorial - Campground Map

Campground Map of Caswell Memorial State Park (SP) in California. Published by California Department of Parks and Recreation.

Caswell Memorial State Park 28000 South Austin Road • Ripon, CA 95366 • (209) 599-3810 Welcome to Caswell Memorial State Park, a small, wild refuge in the midst of the great Central Valley of California. Located six miles southwest of Ripon, this unique state park protects one of the last remaining oak-riparian woodlands that once flourished throughout the valley. CAMPSITE OCCUPANCY: Each campsite is limited to (8) eight people and (2) two licensed vehicles, including trailers (CCR 4452(a)). One vehicle is included in your registration fee. Additional vehicle fees required. All vehicles must stay on paved roads and park in designated parking sites (CCR 4358). DAY USE: Picnic tables and barbecues are located in the day-use areas. Family and group picnic facilities are available. SWIMMING: Beaches and swimming areas are located near the park’s day-use and campground facilities (NO LIFEGUARD SERVICE). CHECK-OUT TIME is 12 noon (CCR 4456). Please vacate your site by that time. If you wish to remain in the park after you check out, you must move your vehicle to day-use parking. Check-in time is 2 p.m. GENERATORS may only be operated between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. (CCR 4320(c)). QUIET HOURS are between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. (CCR 4320). Daytime radios, music, and other loud activities must not disturb other visitors. FIREARMS: Firearms, bows and arrows, weapons and fireworks are not permitted (CCR 4313). SPEED LIMIT: The maximum speed limit is 15 mph and is strictly enforced. Children and adults frequently cross roadways. Please drive carefully (CCR 4353(a)). DOGS must be on a six-foot leash and under your immediate control at all times, and they must be confined in a tent or vehicle at night. Please clean up after your pet (CCR 4312). FIREWOOD SALES (seasonal): When available, may be purchased from the camp host. All natural materials such as wood, twigs, bark or plant materials are protected and are important to the ecosystem. No gathering permitted (CCR 4306). BICYCLES are NOT ALLOWED on trails, but are permitted on paved roads and fire roads. Bicyclists under 18 years of age must wear approved helmets. At dark, bicycles must be equipped with a headlight and reflectors (CVC 21201). TRAILS: Explore the park by walking the trails that meander through the majestic oak forest and along the Stanislaus River. A trail map is available at the entrance station. Except for service dogs, NO DOGS ARE ALLOWED ON THE TRAILS (CCR 4312). FISHING is popular here, as many species thrive in the slow-moving, muddybottomed river. Summertime fishing yields largemouth, smallmouth and striped bass, bullhead, sturgeon, bluegill, catfish, shad, and buffalo carp. A valid CA fishing license required for everyone 16 years of age and over. THEFT: Campsites are vulnerable to theft at any time. Please secure your valuables and equipment, and report any suspicious activity. Discover the many states of California.TM CAMPING RESERVATIONS: You may make camping reservations by calling (800) 444-7275 (TTY 800-274-7275). To make online reservations, visit our website at www.parks.ca.gov. ALTERNATE FORMAT: If you need this publication in an alternate format, contact interp@parks.ca.gov. LEGEND Accessible Campsite To Ripon and Hwy 99 Campfire Center Group Campground Parking Ranger Station Restrooms Showers # Tent Campsites 2800 0 Sout h Au stin R Hiking Trail oad Hand Launch River Access Caswell Memorial State Park 15 10 12 8 28 29 30 31 27 32 33 45 34 6 4 46 37 47 63 38 62 48 59 61 36 56 39 49 54 43 51 42 40 60 58 57 55 Stan islau 53 s 52 50 r 7 35 Rive 1 64 T ra il t an o day -us do e ak fore are st a 25 laus d Road Campgrou n 9 5 3 24 26 Stanis 13 11 2 Us eP ar kin g 21 16 Service Yard Telephone 23 18 14 Swimming To Day 17 22 20 19 41 44 River © 2006 California State Parks (Rev. 2015)

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