MacKerricher State Park is actually recognized as a historical park in the state of California. This is because it is the only park to have ever been a part of the Mendocino Indian Reservation. There was a time where the park was used for independent logging and shipping. The park originally opened for public use in the year 1952. Until the year 1977, the park continued to grow as more and more land was added all along the Ten Mile Beach.
Camping in MacKerricher State Park
MacKerricher State Park offers their campers a number of different campgrounds. Campers can make reservations online or by phone. The campsites support campers of up to 35 feet long.
Amenities in MacKerricher State Park
MacKerricher State Park provides their guests with a number of different environments including beach, headland, dune, bluff, wetland, and forest. There are tide pools along the shoreline and guests can even see seals on the rocks near the park’s coastline. During the spring and winter seasons, this park is also a great spot for individuals who want to go whale watching.
Things to do in Mackerricher State Park
MacKerricher State Park is extremely popular to fishers, joggers, bicyclists, and equestrians. The park is perfect for anyone who is looking for a place to relax and enjoy nature. It is surrounded by beautiful scenery including lots of animals in their natural habitats.
1416 9th Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
P.O. Box 942896
Sacramento, CA 94296
TTY relay service, 711
800 Phone: 800-777-0369
MacKerricher State Park Hours
Sunrise to 10PM