Canyon Creek Resort


22074 State Hwy. 128




(530) 795–4133

Open: Year-round

Located on the scenic Putah Creek, this resort is also close to Lake Berryessa, one of the largest freshwater lakes in California. The lake’s 160-mile shoreline provides ample room for fishing, swimming, rowing, sailing, or waterskiing. The trout fishing is excellent on the resort, which is directly downstream from the fish “drop off” point where the creek is replenished each week. To the south is the Napa Valley, America’s best known wine region with its 24,000 acres of vineyards. Most of the major wineries are located along Highway 29, as are several small towns, all with shops and restaurants serving fine produce from the surrounding countryside. Napa, the county seat, lies at the southern entrance to the valley. A self-guided walking tour through the town reveals classic Victorian architecture in many of its homes, inns, restaurants, and antique shops. Sonoma County, on west of Napa, was settled by a mix of European immigrants, Spanish missionaries, and Mexican soldiers and now serves as a colorful introduction to California’s early history.

Facilities / Amenities:: This resort offers a dump station, clubhouse, swimming pool, general store, snack bar, playground, picnic area, hiking trails, fishing creek, horseshoes, volleyball, game room, and nearby pond and lake for swimming, boating, and fishing (license required).

Peak: May 1 to September 30

Sites: 32 Full / 83 Partial (Group camping not available).

Maximum Electrical: 30 amps

Maximum RV Length: 40 ft.

Check in: Sunday through Thursday noon to 7 PM



For expanded driving directions click on directions link in resort callout.

Directions: From Sacramento take I-80 West to I-505, then north on I-505 approximately 11 miles to Hwy. 128. Turn left on Hwy. 128 and go west 12 miles to resort entrance. The last 9 and 1/2 miles on Hwy. 128 is a winding road.

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