The Mossdale Crossdale Regional Park is a beautiful, serenic, park with many amenities. It is a place to bring the whole family. The park is kept well. Kids love it and even dogs! It is a great to run around a little, get the boat on the water, or even to catch some good ol fresh air. The striking feature of this park, situated off I-5 between Tracy and Manteca, is a wide two-lane boat ramp with a floating dock.
It has a connection to the San Joaquin, Middle and Old Rivers is provided by the Mossdale bridge. The services are complete with shaded picnic areas, perfect for having lunches or even family get togethers, and boat launch. Some Amenities are a Boat ramp, Restrooms, Fishing access, Five picnic tables (1 handicap-accessible), and Four barbecues. Mossdale Crossing Regional park has a nice boat ramp for your car and trailer and ample parking.
It is a riverside park with a 2-lane boat ramp, floating dock & fishing access, plus picnic tables & BBQs. It is a nice place to go fishing and take your boat ashore. It definitely depends on the times you go but it is a great place to catch some good fish. It has a lot of toilets and parking. Please note there is a $5.00 entry fee, which is not bad at all. Good boat ramp and a nice place to bring one of the picnic tables with the family for lunch. It is truly a Lovely place to drive around. It’s a great place to launch your boat, though, and all right to run around for a picnic or children. Beautiful surroundings … A lot of construction at the moment. Good atmosphere for some relaxation. Around us, is a lot of history!
It may not look like much of this bridge, but it has a lot of history. Finished in September 1869, it spanned the San Joaquin River and formally connected Oakland, CA to Sacramento, CA completing a Transcontinental Railroad crucial section four months after the groundbreaking meeting at Promontory Point in Utah.