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Whether you need a launch point for California’s Delta or amazing wine tasting or some great bird watching, Flag City RV Resort should be your home base.  Located in the heart of the San Joaquin Valley, Flag City offers the fine amenities and conveniences that RV travelers enjoy at the highest quality RV resorts, supplies easy access with oversized drive through cement RV and is priced competitively with area RV Parks which offer fewer features and amenities.


Flag City RV Park is located in the Inland Valley Wine RegionInland Valley Wine Region:  Our state's sunny inland valleys are great for grapes. But that isn't all that grows here: this region is one of the most fertile farmlands in the world, providing more than 8% of America's agricultural yield. Across Lodi, Sacramento and San Joaquin Valley, farmers tend everything from almonds and apricots to tomatoes, cotton, asparagus and alfalfa. You might say this area and its farmers are California's unsung heroes; our meals—and our wine—wouldn't be the same without them.  Wine grapes came to Lodi with the Gold Rush. Lodi's wine industry continued to flourish through Prohibition thanks to farmers who maintained their crops for legally sanctioned "home winemaking." It is those same vines from which today's Lodi vintners craft some of the country's finest Zinfandel.  Read More>


Consumnes River Preserve:  The preserve is home to more than 250 bird species, more than 40 fish species, and some 400+ plant species have been verified. Keep an eye out for Greater and Lesser Sandhill Cranes, Northern Pintail, Swainson’s Hawks, and Black-necked Stilts. Within the preserve you can see for yourself the rich variety of American wildlife.  Within the 50,000+ acres of the preserve, we have over 11 miles of pristine trail for you to hike. Some days Flag City RV Park in Lodi, CA is located near the Consumnes River Preserveyou can walk for hours without spotting another human being, enjoying in your solitude the serene majesty of nature.


Stone Lakes National Wildlife Refuge:  Visitors can hike the Blue Heron Trails, a self-guided site that offers free paved parking, restrooms, educational kiosks, and a pavilion all around restored seasonal wetlands and upland habitat. Guided Walks are available throughout the fall to spring.  Learn about the refuge and take in the abundance of migratory birds wading in seasonal wetlands on a free docent guided walk in normally restricted areas.  Be sure to bring your binoculars and camera, as you'll get a chance to see some refuge favorites such as Sandhill cranes, shorebirds, raptors, and many species of waterfowl up-close.  Or even take a paddle tour.  Wandering along historically dredged Lower Beach Lake, the Paddle Program offers relaxed guided summer wildlife viewing and interpretation paddles for canoers and kayakers.  This free program runs from June through September and offers a unique opportunity for water enthusiasts to enjoy a normally restricted part of the refuge within a 10 minute drive from downtown Sacramento.


California DeltaCalifornia Delta is an expansive inland river delta and estuary formed by the confluence of the Sacramento and San Joaquin rivers.   The total area of the Delta, including both land and water, is about 1,100 square miles.  The Delta waterway labyrinth includes some 1,000 miles of navigable waterways.  Read More>


No matter your preference—wine, water or nature—Flag City RV Resort is perfect>