Snug Harbor in the Sacramento River Delta
3356 Snug Harbor Drive, Ryer Island off State Route 84 near Rio
Miners Slough bridge is SR 84 and the only way to
get to Ryer Island if
you are pulling a large RV. Maps
on the road:
Walnut Grove, California 95690
Snug Harbor is one of the few truly
waterfront or riverfront
privately-owned parks in the amazing Sacramento San Joaquin River Delta area of
Northern California, near the smaller Delta towns of Rio
Vista, Walnut Grove, Isleton, Locke, and of course, the largest city
is Sacramento which is 36 miles northeast of us. We are also a 15 minute
drive from the Delta wine tasting region in Clarksburg, or 25
minutes from the Lodi wine tasting region or 60 minutes from the
Napa Valley region!
Video about Snug Harbor and
location in the Delta
One of the unique things about this area of
the Delta is that you can still ride a car ferry to and from Ryer
Island. How many Californian's can say they have driven their
car on a ferry?! Or for those who have an RV or don't want to
venture onto a ferry, you can use the
bridge route to Snug Harbor and Ryer Island.
Snug Harbor is truly Waterfront...not
behind a levee, as shown from the aerial photo looking north on
3356 Snug Harbor Drive
Walnut Grove, CA 95690
GPS: We are located in
SOLANO county, not Sacramento so don't be fooled by TomTom and
others who will direct you to West Sacramento or Stockton.
Snug Harbor is a peninsula off Ryer Island and the closest city is
Entrance gate location:
lat 38 12' 00" N, Lon 121
(where is Snug Harbor Drive?) Snug Harbor is a peninsula off Ryer
Island on Steamboat Slough and there are two car ferrys and a bridge
to Ryer Island. If you haven't driven your car on a
Delta ferry, it's a fun new
thing to do just getting to Snug Harbor! In All
cases Please print out and use our own
Delta Map as
TomTom and other GPS seems to get very, very confused in the Delta!
Snug Harbor's motto:
"There are no strangers here, only family, old friends
and newly-found friends!
We've got water. We can
offer great waterfront rental
cabins and RV sites and tent sites because
its the fresh water from the Sacramento River here on Steamboat Slough.
available from the docks, marina,
and most RV and Snuggle Inn sites.go to:
About Snug Harbor .
Snug Harbor offers the following unique
amenities on an island setting in the beautiful Historic Region of the
*Waterfront rental cabins
we call "Snuggle Inns"
that make the perfect get-away setting for family reunions, small
business retreats and even small weddings! 2007 update: several brand
new very nice manufactured homes have been installed waterfront
looking onto Steamboat Slough, by the sandy swim beach.
*Waterfront leased lots
Park Model Vacation Home or regular RV use
view RV sites
with water & electric hook-ups-available
for stays of 2 nights or longer
*Covered berth marina
to 50' for all types of vessels
*Open berths and side ties
for powerboats, sailboats and houseboats
& store hours: Week days 9:00
to 5:00, with extended hour on Friday and Saturday if needed. Staff
onsite to assist customers with after-hours check-in. We
have ice, bait, sodas, sundries, munchies, frozen lunch foods, chips,
condiments, breakfast foods, fruit juices, charcoal, fire wood and more.
Winter office hours: Week days
9:00 am to 4:00 pm, except the office is closed on Tuesday and
Staff onsite to assist customers with late check-in or access when office is
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Yes! We do have waterfront RV sites
for lease or longer term stays, and we have comfy waterfront cottages
Salmon are finally here at the confluence of Steamboat Slough and
Sacramento River at Cache Slough!
Please check out a new resource for
visitors to the Delta region of California! You can use
various maps of the Delta to find your way around, since cell phone maps
tend to change or scramble Delta names and places.
News on the Delta water wars:
Proposed tunnels would leave "trickle" of flow in the Delta per the fisheries scientists.