Woodward Reservoir – A Camping Hot Spot

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Any camper knows that the right location can make or break a camping trip. For a wonderful location perfect for families and fishing, think of making the Woodward Reservoir your next camping spot! Complete with great camping facilities, this regional park located approximately 10 miles from Oakdale, the Woodward Reservoir boasts a 23 mile lake shoreline with coves and inlets just perfect for boating and swimming.

The Woodward Reservoir has 115 campsites, 40 full hook-up campsites, undeveloped campsites for those who prefer more rustic locales, and many other conveniences to help you enjoy the great outdoors. Among other features of the Woodward Reservoir, the wildlife makes for a wonderful addition.  Beautiful creatures like squirrels, rabbits, red-tail hawks, coyotes, raccoons, seagulls, owls, geese, ducks, blue herons, and great white egrets are only some of the visitors you may encounter on your trip.

Be sure to stop by Oakdale on your way to stock up on last minute necessities and enjoy you stay in Yosemite’s backyard. The Woodward Reservoir is found just just a few miles north of Oakdale off Highway 120, at 14528 26-Mile Road.

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