Sunrise to Sunset
Anderson Marsh State Historic Park
Driving Directions to Anderson Marsh SHP
Camping and Lodging
Online reservations are not available for this park.
Brochures and Campground Maps
Upcoming Park Events
Sharing the Neighborhood
Please check out this video on Sharing the Neighborhood for 5000 years!
This film examines the procedures and discoveries of an archaeological excavation of Pomo Indian village sites surrounding Clear Lake in Lake County, California.
Come see what autumn is bringing to Anderson Marsh State Historic Park
The fall bird migration is underway. Birds that we may see include a belted kingfisher looking for breakfast in the creek, acorn woodpeckers getting ready to store acorns in their “granary” trees, the first cedar waxwings arriving to dine on berries and grapes and perhaps a pair or two of phainopepla. (Love that name! These are usually birds of arid-mesquite land, but are found in this Park because of the abundance of mistletoe berries). Also on hand may be red-shouldered hawk, red-tailed hawk and white-tailed kite. Often seen in Cache Creek are great egret, great blue heron and black-crowned night heron.
Anderson Marsh State Historic Park is located on Hwy 53, between Lower Lake and Clearlake.
For more information about the walks, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (707) 995-2658.
For information about how you can help support AMIA’s campaign to keep the Park open to the public and available for events such as our monthly nature walks and ranch tours, please visit www.andersonmarsh.org, or contact us by telephone or email.
Location - Directions
The park is located on the southeast corner of Clear Lake, the largest natural lake completely within the borders of California. Between Lower Lake and Clear Lake on Highway 53, north of Calistoga in the wine country.
The weather can be changeable; layered clothing is recommended.
Available Activities and Facilities at Anderson Marsh State Historic Park
Nature & Wildlife Viewing