Woodward Reservoir - Stanislaus County Parks

Woodward Reservoir

Woodward Reservoir is OPEN with restrictions.

  • Beginning July 1st, day-use and (developed) camping will be open to everyone.
  • Boat numbers for day-use will still be metered (75 at Woodward / 50 Modesto).
  • Non-residents can make camping reservations with dates that begin July 1st or after.
  • Reservations for developed campsites can be made at www.reserveamerica.com.
  • Undeveloped camp sites remain CLOSED.
  • We will be limiting access to one additional vehicle entering with a boat, but the additional vehicle must be in line at the same time.
  • No regulations on kayaks, canoes, or non-motorized fishing boats.
  • Total developed site available: 171/Modesto, 79/Woodward & 20 first-come, first-serve/Woodward
  • ALL Group picnic areas are closed to reservation and the public
  • All other RESTRICTIONS previously posted remain in effect.
  • Check back often for updates.

Woodward Reservoir Regional Park is located at 14528 26-Mile Rd., a few miles north of Oakdale off Highway 120. It offers over 3,700 acres of land and 2,900 acres of reservoir for recreation and camping. For camping reservations, please visit ReserveAmerica.com.

 

Park Features

  • Campsites
  • Concessions
  • Restrooms
  • Picnic shelters
  • Barbecues
  • Picnic tables
  • 3 Boat launches
  • Fish cleaning station

Campsites are Located at

  • T-Island – 41 campsites
  • Muir Point – 20 campsites
  • Fischer Point – 32 campsites
  • Charlie’s Point – 19 campsites
  • Hackberry Flat – 40 campsites
  • Volleyball Court
  • Additional Campsites Available
  • Reservations Available at: ReserveAmerica.com

Recreation Opportunities:

  • Swimming
  • Fishing
  • Boating
  • Water/jet skiing
  • Waterfowl hunting (with permit)
Woodward Reservoir

For the animal lovers, there is a great variety of wildlife. Be on the look-out for squirrels, jackrabbits, cottontails, red-tail hawks, coyotes, raccoons, seagulls, burrowing owls, geese, ducks, blue herons, great white egrets, and so much more.

*Swim and boat at your own risk, as water levels fluctuate.

Download the Brochure PDF – English

Descargue el folleto – Español

 

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Day Use

  • Vehicle: $15
  • Vessel: $10
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Camping (per night)

  • Vehicle at Campsite: $30
  • Vehicle at Hookup Campsite: $35
  • Annual day use passes available
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