Gray Lodge Wildlife Area
Gridley

Gray Lodge's diversity and location along the Pacific Flyway make it a haven for wildlife. Surrounded by miles of rich agricultural lands, the approximately 9,100-acre area is managed for the wildlife that call Gray Lodge home for all or part of the year. Reflective ponds, grassy fields and wooded riparian areas provide food, water and shelter for more than 300 species of resident and migrant birds and mammals. People of all ages enjoy visiting Gray Lodge.

Fishing

Fishing is a highlight in the spring and summer. Visitors can enjoy many fishing opportunities at Gray Lodge with its ponds and miles of canals supporting bass, sunfish, perch, catfish and carp. All fishing is from the shore in accordance with general fish regulations. The area is open to fishing seven days a week. From two weeks before waterfowl season to one week after, fishing is restricted to the Avis Access only.

Hiking/Birding

Wildlife viewing is available year round. Visitors can also enjoy educational programs, informative exhibits, a self-guided nature trail, and seasonal guided tours.

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