Public facilities at Lake Berryessa temporarily closed

Media Contact: Mary Lee Knecht, 916-978-5100, mknecht@usbr.gov

For Release: April 04, 2020

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The Bureau of Reclamation will temporarily close public facilities at Lake Berryessa beginning April 5.

In compliance with the April 2 Napa County Health Officer order and a request received Friday afternoon from Chair of the Napa County Board of Supervisors, Diane Dillon, all public areas at Lake Berryessa will temporarily close until further notice.

Day-use, boat launching and restroom facilities will close effective April 5. The campgrounds and all overnight lodging will close by Monday, April 6. For information regarding any concession-operated facilities, please call or visit their websites at:

Markley Cove, 707-289-8068, www.markleycove.com
Pleasure Cove Marina, 707-966-9600, www.goberryessa.com
Steele Canyon Recreation Area, 800-709-7814, www.lakeberryessacampgrounds.com
Spanish Flat Recreation Area, 707-966-0200, www.spanishflatcamping.com
Putah Canyon Recreation Area, 707-966-9051

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