Thousand Trails Inc. announced that its subsidiary, National American Corporation (NACO), reopened the Turtle Beach preserve located along the San Joaquin River in Northern California.
Because of frequent flooding in the area, NACO has decided to operate the property as a fish camp with limited services and amenities.
“We are pleased to make the Turtle Beach preserve available to our members once again,” said Thousand Trails President and CEO John Malone. “We think this preserve will be a great spot to rest for the weekend or take a break from the road.”
Bankside fishing areas, a boat launch and lodge are available and future plans include building a fish cleaning station as well as adding picnic tables and laundry facilities.
Thousand Trails, based in Frisco, Texas, is the largest operator of membership-based campgrounds in the United States, offering a network of 58 resort campground locations serving 108,000 members.