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Visitation: 10,000
Area: 2,070 Acres
Lat: 38.209845
Lon: 122.025087
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Site Facilities
ADA Accessible Brochure/Species List Brochure/Species List
Bus Accessible Bus Accessible Camping/lodging
Camping/lodging Drinking Water Drinking Water
Guided Tours Historical Information Interpretive Signs
Lookouts Lookouts Museum
Nature Trails Parking Picnic Area
Restrooms Restrooms Trails
Trails Trash Cans Trash Cans
Visitor Center/Ranger Station
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List Facilites at Viewing Site

Site Id #:334 - Rush Ranch Open Space

Facilites at Viewing Site


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ADA Accessible ADA Accessible Disabled parking near native plant garden.
All bathrooms are handicap accessible.
Wheelchair accessible wagon rides.

Brochure/Species List Brochure/Species List Kit House museum contains trail maps, bird lists and information on history.

Brochure/Species List Brochure/Species List

Bus Accessible Bus Accessible School busses used weekly during Patwin program.

Bus Accessible Bus Accessible

Camping/lodging Camping/lodging Fully furnished condo available for rent.

Camping/lodging Camping/lodging Furnished condo can be rented for a $100 nightly fee.

Drinking Water Drinking Water Fountain at entrance to native plant garden.

Drinking Water Drinking Water

Guided Tours Guided Tours Active docent program available on request for tours. Monthly "Getting the Rush" hike and working blacksmith shop plus free wagon rides and talking with resident native American.

Historical Information Historical Information Indian grinding rocks on South Pasture Trail and tule hut near marsh. Murals depict Indian times, Rush Family Ranching and modern uses by scientists. Barn restored and in use today.

Interpretive Signs Interpretive Signs

Lookouts Lookouts Benches provided through Eagle Scout projects at highest points allow panoramic views of marsh, hills and ranch.

Lookouts Lookouts Benches provided by Eagle Scouts at highest points throughout the area.

Museum Museum Kit house ordered from Sears catalog full of photos and displays of animals on ranch.

Nature Trails Nature Trails Garden area with labeled native plants available.

Parking Parking Handicap places marked at native garden. 35 cars can be parked in normal lot and overflow in adjacent field for larger events.

Picnic Area Picnic Area Sheltered area with grill and staging area for food prep. Numerous picnic tables in trees behind barn and at Kit House.

Restrooms Restrooms Flush toilets and running water in clean restrooms.

Restrooms Restrooms

Trails Trails Three trails well established. Marsh trail passes through a managed freshwater marsh and along the edge of unaltered salt marsh. Suisun Hill Trail climbs into grassland and hills east of Grizzly Island Road and overlooks the Suisun Marsh, surrounding hills, and Mt.Diablo. The South Pasture Trail surrounds and crosses over restored pond while passing by Indian Grinding Rocks.

Trails Trails

Trash Cans Trash Cans Recycling containers and garbage cans available near all picnic tables and building entrances

Trash Cans Trash Cans

Visitor Center/Ranger Station Visitor Center/Ranger Station Sears Kit House open with exhibits of animals and photos. Hall entryway has educational exhibits.