East Park Reservoir

East Park Reservoir

Gates open April 9th 2021 at 8:00am

Gates close October 24th 2021

FREE WEEK: April 9th through April 15th 2021

Email: eastpark@countyofcolusa.com

Phone: 530-458-0466 Monday through Friday 7:30am-4:00pm

Recreation information at East Park Reservoir



Special Events:

Camp Tipsy: June 18th through June 21st 2020

(Some campsites will be unavailable on the Lodoga side during these events)

**There will be weekends where special events will occupy various portions of the campground. Prior to these events, we will need to prevent certain campsites from being reserved for specific dates. Please call the office for more information: 530-458-0466 M-F 7:30am-4:00pm

How to make a reservation:

Here is a tutorial on how to make a reservation 

Frequently Asked Questions:

1.) What time is Day Use? Day Use is 6am – 10pm every day of the week.

2.) How do I make a reservation? Check out our interactive map and find your campsite. Then make your reservations on the website. Click HERE for a tutorial.

3.) The website isn’t working! Please use Google Chrome or Firefox to navigate the website. Internet Explorer will not work for reservations. If you are still having trouble navigating, please call our office at 530-458-0466. Office hours are Monday through Friday 7:30am to 4:00pm.

4.) How do I change my license plate number and vehicle I’m bringing after I already booked? Send us an email with the following information to eastpark@countyofcolusa.com. 1. Name on booking; 2. Order number or booking ID (you can find this in your confirmation email); 3. The license number, make and model of the vehicle you will be bringing and the license number of the vehicle you originally registered.

5.) What time is check-in / check-out? Both Check-in and check-out are at noon.

Contact Us:

Colusa County Public Works

Monday – Friday




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