The interpretative signs are part of a grant-funded project to enhance Capay Open Space Park, 15603 County Road 85, Esparto. The 41-acre park was donated to the County in 2004 by Granite Construction, and provides direct access to lower Cache Creek. The park has more than two miles of walking trails, a paved parking lot, three shade structures, picnic tables, restrooms, an ADA access ramp to the creek, and plenty of benches. The interpretative signs, once finished, will be installed at the kiosk.
Capay Open Space Park contains four major habitat types: bottomland floodplain, riparian woodland, riparian scrub, and oak savanna grassland. A park host resides on the property.
For more information about this project, please contact us.