Visit our Unit Maps and Recreation page to find details, maps and brochures about the units of the Sacramento River NWR.
Eight of Sacramento River NWR's units have trails:
- Rio Vista - on South Avenue east of Corning; 6.5 miles of marked trails
- Pine Creek - on Highway 32 west of Hamilton City; 3 miles of marked trails
- Capay - on Road 23, off of Highway 45 south of Hamilton City; 3 miles of marked trails
- Ord Bend - on Ord Ferry Road just west of Sacramento River; 1 mile of marked trails
- Sul Norte - on Highway 162 west of Butte City; 2.5 miles of marked trails
- Codora - access through the Sul Norte parking area; 4.5 miles of marked trails
- Packer - on Highway 45 north of Princeton; 1.5 miles of marked trails
- Drumheller - on Road 67 southeast of Butte City; 0.4 miles of marked trails
- Bicycles: from May 15 - August 15 bicycles are permitted on the trails except at Ord Bend.
- Hunting: some units allow hunting between August 1 - May 31, so check the table on our Unit Maps and Recreation page if you are concerned about user-overlap.
- Restrooms: restrooms are only available at Sul Norte unit and Llano Seco unit.
- Wildlife Viewing: all areas have habitat that offer great viewing of songbirds between March and late May.
Be Prepared! These are natural and wild areas. You may encounter ticks, mosquitoes, wasps, yellow-jackets, bees, poison oak, stinging nettle, poison hemlock, rattle snakes (Sac River NWR) and mountain lions.