SN: 114989 - 2019
Walking the Delta Town of Isleton
Isleton Public Library
Starting Sat, Oct 12th for 1 day
Open from Register 9:00 a.m.-12:00 Noon; Finish by 3:00 pm
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United States Post Offices
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Isleton was once called the Paris of the Delta and was founded in 1874. The Sacramento Walking Sticks invite you to take a drive on the river road in the delta to find and explore Isleton on a fall day in 2019. Learn its history by seeing its sites and then dining at one of its many different eating establishments. You might even want to bring your RV to camp or spend the night in a hotel to extend your time on the Sacramento delta. You'll have your choice of walking either a 3 or 6 mile route that is mostly on paved or hard packed gravel. Everyone is welcome to join in the fun, including the family dog.
Distance: 5k , 10k, Rating: 1A
(5k = 3.1 miles ; 10k = 6.2 miles) Restrooms are nearby. Water will be at the start/finish location. Strollers/Wheelchairs should be OK.
Awards and fees: IVV Credit Only
Driving to the start
412 Union St, Isleton CA 95641 From Sacramento: Take I-5 south to Exit 498 Twin Cities Rd. Turn right, go 4.2 mi. Left onto River Rd. which becomes CA 160. 9.4 mi past Walnut Grove, left onto C St., left onto Union St. Library on the right. From Fairfield: Take CA 12 east to CA 160. Left onto CA 160/River Rd. Right on C St. Left on Union St., Library on the right. From Stockton: Take I-5 north to Exit 485, left on CA 12. In 10.7 miles, slight right onto Terminus Rd. In 2.1 miles right on Jackson Slough Rd, which becomes Jackson Blvd and 4th Street. Left on A St. Right on 3rd St. Left on C St. Right on Union St. Library on the right. From Concord: Take CA 4 east to Exit 30, CA 160. Exit CA 4 toward Rio Vista. In 17.6 miles, right on C St. Left on Union St. Library is on the right.
Sacramento Walking Sticks
Event website: www.SacramentoWalkingSticks.org