The Concessions Program at California State Parks provides a very important part of the park visitor’s experience. At Folsom Lake State Recreation Area, Concessionaires offer facilities, services and goods in support of the Department’s mission and to enhance the visitor’s experience. Following is a list of the concessions you will find when you visit the park. Most are open during the peak season from Memorial Day through Labor Day and some are open year round. Please contact the specific vendor or the park for the latest information regarding operating hours, services, etc.
CSUS Aquatic Center – youth programs, SUP, kayak, canoe, sailboat, peddle boat, water bike and other equipment rentals. Motorized and non-motorized water craft operation instruction; team building; meeting space; and party rental site.
GoldKey Boathouse: boat transportation and towing; boat maintenance, repair and detailing; shrink-wrapping of boats for winter and/or dry storage on Folsom Lake at Brown’s Ravine.
Mobile Boat Services – boat maintenance and repair, shrink-wrapping of boats for winter/dry storage on Folsom Lake at Brown’s Ravine. For more information, please call (916) 663-1390.
FITNESS & TRIATHLON TRAINING:
Total Body Fitness - training and coaching of multi-sport classes such as swimming, biking & running on Lakes Folsom & Natoma at Rattlesnake Bar, Granite Bay, Beals Point and Nimbus Flat.
FLOATING SNACK & CAMPING SUPPLY SALES:
Big Chill Ice Cream Float – floating ice cream, snack food, drink and camping supply sales on Folsom Lake. For more information, please call Marie at (916) 835-0989.
FOOD SERVICES, CATERING & EQUIPMENT RENTALS:
Granite Bay Food Services – food services; catering services by special event permit; beach equipment rentals such as: SUPs, kayaks, rafts, inner tubes, umbrellas and other items on Folsom Lake at Granite Bay Main Beach.
S.S. Snack Shack – food services; catering services by special event permit; camping gear; and beach equipment rentals such as: SUP’s kayaks, rafts, canoes, inner tubes, umbrellas and other items on Folsom Lake at Beals Point.