Jacob Myers Park is the largest park in the Riverbank Area. Facilities provide access to the Stanislaus River for boating and fishing, a mile-long paved trail, a dog park, a picnic area, a playground and a group camp site.
- Acreage: 8 developed, 47 undeveloped.
- Facilities: Playground equipment, barbecue area, picnic tables, restrooms, boat ramp, fishing, horseshoe, a pedestrian / bike trail, camping area and picnic gazebo available for rent.
Seasonal Parking Fee: $7/Vehicle
- Fees are required April-September on the weekends (Friday, Saturday, and Sunday) and some holidays.
- If you are walking the trail, let the staff at the entrance know. You can receive a free “walking pass” for 1 hour.
The Friends of Jacob Myer Park
The Friends of Jacob Myers Park primary mission is to provide for the long term development of Jacob Myers Park to satisfy the diverse recreational, leisure, and historical requirements of the Riverbank community.
Wedding Gazebo – Wedding Gazebo located in the back trail area.
Burney Pavilion – Covered structure with picnic tables and barbecue. Close proximity to Stanislaus River and playground. Park areas that are not reserved are available first come, first serve.
Campground – Group Campsite.
Oak Grove – Space is equipped with picnic tables and barbecue. Close proximity to McRitchie Trail.
Rotary Picnic – Space has picnic tables and large barbecue.