Any day is a good day to experience the Country at
Gibson Ranch Regional Park. There are so many things to do at this park, and
it’s a great place to have your next event! Gibson Ranch Regional Park is
located at 8556 Gibson Ranch Road.
This 355 acre facility has a large equestrian center and many park amenities, which means the recreational and relaxation possibilities are endless.
How to Get There:
Get directions from anywhere to Gibson Ranch Regional Park.
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The equestrian center is perfect for those looking for equestrian lessons, boarding and trail riding. School groups and Scout programs are welcome to learn about the historical and cultural significance of Gibson Ranch. Planning a wedding, birthday party or anniversary celebration? Check out our venue options! We have a beautiful lake and fishing is available with CA State Regulations required. Dogs are welcome at Gibson Ranch, but they must remain on a leash. For a complete list of activities, visit our “Things to Do at Gibson Ranch" page.
Hours and Fees:
The park is open from 7:00 a.m. until dusk daily.
Park entrance fees:
- $6 per vehicle
- $12 Vehicles with Trailer (ex. Boat or Horse) or RV
- $24 Bus
Vehicle fees increase over Summer Holiday Weekends.
Picnics Allowed: Yes. Visit the Gibson Ranch Regional Parks Group Picnic Reservations page to learn more.
Picnic sites are available daily on a first come first served basis, and also by reservation. Reservations can be made online.
Gibson Ranch sits directly below the instrument approach to Runway 16 at McClellan. This approach has an obstruction-free surface as outlined in 14 CFR 77.19. Anyone looking to fly their drone in this park should be aware of the airspace conflicts and keep operations below 200' Above Ground Level unless they can show that they have an airspace authorization or waiver. The FAA has partnered with Airmap to make filing flight plans and obtaining waivers and airspace authorizations faster and easier by automatically routing flight plans to the appropriate ATC authority for approval. For more drone use information, visit the FAA UAS Data Exchange and FAADroneZone websites.