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Things to do at

Snug Harbor!

and other Delta locations


Reservations & information:  Visit the Snug Harbor office for brochures and information on local boat rentals, restaurants, museums, golf, and shopping.  Nearby Attractions

Swimming and boating with family in the fresh water of Steamboat Slough and the Sacramento River.  One of the favorite reasons to stay at Snug Harbor is the fact you can put your boat in the water, dock it and not have to pull it out until the end of your stay here.  Makes it soooooo easy for the captain of the boat!  It is a "no wake" zone along the Snug Harbor peninsula, but directly downriver and upriver from Snug Harbor is great fast ski water.  And even if you don't have a boat, anyone with a lift jacket and a floatie can enjoy the annual Delta Floatilla!
Steamboat Slough river float 2017
Awesome water skiing and other water sports are Delta specialties  boaters-guide.pdf  delta-area-services.pdf  
Delta Rentals
In summer, during holiday week ends, there may be little impromptu events for the kids, like thiss 2107 parade after a morning of decorating the bikes, boards and faces!     Steamboat Slough river float 2017
The Delta's great for fishing.  Go to our
Fishing Brag Wall
Fishing Slideshow
Or see our latest fishing video
July striper on Steamboat Slough  Stripers, Bass, Catfish, BlueGill, Sturgeon and Salmon are all caught in the Delta....hungry?
Vintage car groupus are often seen in the Delta during sprint through Fall.  The groups tend to come to Ryer Island to ride the ferrys run by CalTrans as it is such a unique thing to do in California.  Riding bikes and motorcycles around the Delta:  Since we're in a rural area, there are nice level roads to ride bikes while viewing the beautiful green fields, stopping to sample local farm produce (one stand is right by Snug Harbor), ride a ferry on your bike, and perhaps even sample some local Delta wines.
The map to the right is from a group of bike riders who came through this past year.  Ryer Island is included in the "Great Delta Trail" for bike riding and here is a pdf you can print of suggested routes:
bike-route.pdf   Delta road locations:
During summer months, sometimes there will be an outdoor 'concert' at Snug Harbor, which is open to anyone in the park.  We warn our visitors in advance that our quiet hours (usually by 10:00 PM) will be extended to 11-12 pm.  Photo is from a great bank brought in by some of the Snug Harbor leaseholders in July 2012, as part of the annual rib cook off.  Fun family times!
Yacht clubs from all over the world, literally, can end up in the Delta for peaceful gatherings Time with family and friends to gather life-long memories doing really fun stuff!
row, row, row your boat!... Rent a ride on a sea plane, or on a boat.  All sorts of rental opportunities in the Delta!
Catch the sunrise and you might also spy local turtles, beaver, muskrats and river otter going in for the day.  Depending on the time of year, you can also see many species of rare birds. Catch a sunset on the'll never want it to end!
Houseboating is a great adventure of the delta! Bring along the pets!  They love to vacation with your family.
With 52 accessible islands and many bridges and ferry's to get you where you want to go, this is a fun place to explore!  

A classic...the Rio Vista ferry to Ryer Island...and its always free!