GEORGE J HATFIELD STATE PARK
This park is in the San Joaquin valley and is surrounded by the Merced River. The park has many trees and is home to various wildlife, especially birds. Swimming, fishing and picnicking are popular activities.
Located in Merced County, California, the park was established in 1953. It's named after George J Hatfield, a former state senator and lieutenant governor of California from 1935 to 1939. The area is known for its natural beauty including riverfront access and oak woodland habitats. Over time it has become popular among campers due to facilities like picnic areas and campsites.
- Tent Camping: Available with basic amenities like picnic tables, fire rings and restrooms.
- RV Camping: Offers hookups for electricity and water.
- Group Campsites: Accommodates larger groups of campers.
- Day Use Areas: For picnics or day camping activities.