US Army Corps of Engineers
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Most boat launch and day use facilities at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District’s 10 water resource projects are open for public recreation. Use of Visitor Centers, campgrounds, group picnic shelters, playgrounds, swim beaches, and the Orland Buttes Recreation Area at Black Butte Lake is prohibited.

All 2020 camping reservations have been refunded through We are working with our federal, state and local partners to determine a reopening date and want to ensure the public and our staff are as safe as possible. Once we determined a date, visitors will once again be able to make reservation through

All project offices remain closed to visitors.

Sacramento District Parks

The parks hosted by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District are a string of lovely jewels set in the sunny valleys of California -- from Black Butte in the north to Success Lake in the south. They offer stunning visual contrast -- golden hills to deep blue waters; sites rich in California history; and natural wonders in every season.

Camping, fishing, boating, hiking, bird-watching and a thousand other special family memories await you. We proudly invite you to come and discover (or rediscover) your USACE Sacramento District Parks.

Camping Reservations

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Sacramento District Parks Map  Link to Black Butte Lake Link to Englebright Lake Link to Martis Creek Lake Link to New Hogan Lake Link to Stanislaus River Parks Link to Eastman Lake Link to Hensley Lake Link to Pine Flat Lake Link to Lake Kaweah Link to Success Lake Black Butte Lake Englebright Lake Martis Creek Lake New Hogan Lake Stanislaus River Parks Eastman Lake Hensley Lake Pine Flat Lake Lake Kaweah Success Lake Bay Model Visitor Center Lake Sonoma Lake Mendocino

Park Fees

The Corps of Engineers participates in the America the Beautiful-Federal Recreational Lands Pass Series. The series includes the; Annual Pass, Annual 4th Grade Pass, Annual Senior Pass, Lifetime Senior Pass, Lifetime Access Pass, Volunteer Pass, and Military Pass. Be sure to pick up your America the Beautiful pass at any of our Corps parks as the money is directly invested back into the facilities to improve your recreational experience. Get more details about the pass series here

The Annual Pass is a onetime purchase of $80. You will have access to all of your favorite Corps parks, and participating federal agencies public lands. The Annual Pass is good for one year from the date of purchase.

Individuals 62 years and older have the choice of purchasing an Annual Senior Pass for $20 which is good for one year from the date of purchase, or a Lifetime Senior Pass for $80, which does not expire. Senior and Access Pass holders also receive a 50 percent discount on campsites at Corps-managed campgrounds.

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers also sells their Corps Annual Pass for $40. The Corps Annual Pass gives unlimited access to day-use areas at any Corps park for one calendar year at the date of purchase.

There are standard fees for visitors to use day-use facilities and campgrounds in the Corps Sacramento District parks. A day-use fee of $5 covers your use of a day-use recreation area for one 24-hour period.

Camping fees vary by campground and campsite amenities. Paid campers do not need to pay an additional day-use fee. Regardless of the fee or recreation area, always display your permit or receipt showing proof of payment when there is a fee in place.


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