Grasslands Regional ParkCategories:
Grasslands Park is a 320-acre park that contains significant natural resources with conservation of vernal pools, Burrowing owls, Swainson's hawks and other rare and endangered species. Most of the park has ben natively restored with plants that would natively and historically be found on site. By contrast it also serves as a place for active recreational clubs such as the Sacramento Valley Soaring Society (SVSS) for use of non-motorized model airplane soaring and the Yolo Bowmen (YB) who operate a large archery range near the park entrance. The park remains largely rural in nature and general public restrooms and potable water are not available. The SVSS and the YB provide portable restrooms and small parking areas for the public at their use areas. The rural portions of site are managed through large tractor mowing and sheep grazing year round.
The park is located south of the City of Davis along Mace Blvd/County Road 104 and is approximately four miles south of Interstate 80. Overnight camping is prohibited. A use fee is required and a park host resides on site. The park closes at sunset.