Colusa-Sacramento River State Recreation Area Description
This area offers visitors campsites, picnic sites, and a launch ramp for small boats.
Riverbank cottonwoods and willows shelter one of the finest fishing stretches in California, with king salmon, steelhead, rainbow trout and striped bass some of the catches.
The river is on a major migratory route for birds of the Pacific flyway and provides home to an amazing number of species.
The River Patwin Indian tribe once lived nearby the area and in 1872 John Muir camped near what is now the park.