Owner: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge, Willows CA (530) 934-2801
Public Access: yes
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Access Via: River only
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Fishing Supplement: Click Here
• Gravel Lot Pedestrian Access
• ADA Accessible • Trails Picnic Facilities
• Picnic Table(s) Other Facilities
• Informational kiosk
This site is located at River Mile 184-R, just south of Ord Bend Park, where County Road 32 crosses the river.
This 111 acre unit, located in Glenn County, is owned by USFWS. The property has 96 acres of restored riparian habitat, and 11 acres of pre-existing riparian habitat.
The pre-existing riparian habitat consists mostly of open water, riparian scrub, and blackberry. Most of the restored acres were planted to Valley oak savannah, with some areas of mixed riparian forest and native grassland. Special wildlife use includes waterbird use on Army Corps of Engineer's borrow site on Stony Creek tributary, and a Valley elderberry longhorn beetle exit hole sighting.
Current Land Use
The entire unit is open to the listed activities. Pleae visit sacramentovalleyrefuges.fws.gov for further details.
Access to this unit is through the gravel parking area, located on the south side of Ord Ferry Road, just west of Ord Bend Bridge.