Just north of the town of Capay, the Capay Open Space Park offers walking trails, picnic benches, and an access ramp to Cache Creek. Explore over 40 acres of grassland and riparian habitat currently being enhanced and restored. Come to bird-watch, picnic with family or walk the dog. Dogs on leash are welcome!
Cache Creek Conservancy and Yolo County Resource Conservation District are partners in enhancing the park by planting trees and plants to create habitat for native species.
Esparto High School students leading a native bird identification activity for park visitors. One of many educational events held at COSP!
The interpretative signs are part of a grant-funded project to enhance Capay Open Space Park. The interpretative signs, once finished, will be installed at the kiosk in the park entrance. The signs will be an informative reference about the geological and social history, mining and restoration of the Cache Creek ecosystem.
For more information about this project, please contact us.
15603 County Road 85