Bethel Island, California
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Bethel Island, California
Bethel Island California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Heart of the 1000 miles of waterways of the Delta Year 'round Playground - Fishing - Hunting - Water Skiing - Golf - Campgrounds


Entrance to Frank's Track Lake
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Entrance to Frank's Track Lake
Bethel Island California (CA), Chrome unused

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Heart of 1000 miles of waterways of the Delta. Year round playground- fishing- hunting- water skiing- golf- campgrounds



Houseboat on the river
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Houseboat on the river
Bethel Island California (CA), Chrome unused

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In the center of 1000 miles of inland shelters and waterways. Adjacent to frank's Track Lake. All year water sports playground and facilities. Fishing, hunting, cruising, houseboating, water skiing, golf


Northeast Section of Bethel Island
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Northeast Section of Bethel Island
Bethel Island California (CA), Jumbo/Large Format unused

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Beyond Piper Slough, Bethel Island is faced with what was an island itself until it submerged in 1936, then again in 1938; Frank's Tract. This is the northeast section of the island, jammed with resort facilities - restaurants, harbors and boat launching. It was the second portion of the island to grow recreationally



Aerial View of Bethel Island
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Aerial View of Bethel Island
Bethel Island California (CA), Jumbo/Large Format unused

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Is between Stockton an Oakley off Highway 4. The only island access by car is the Bethel Island Bridge, which crosses Dutch Slough from Oakley to the business district on the southern end of the island. The original bridge collapsed when it was crossed by members of the Civilian Conservation Corps. The islands recreational beginnings were northeast of the present bridge. Farrar Park had picnic tables, parking lot and rowboat rentals. The Jack J. Farrar family arrived on Bethel Island in 1926, finding the only other inhabitants of the island, a Hindu and his family, farming foreclosure property owned by the Bank of America. In 1936, Jack Farrar was the first to subdivide the levee


Bethel Island View
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Bethel Island View
Bethel Island California (CA), Jumbo/Large Format unused

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Until the 1930s, Bethel Island was primarily an agricultural island, as are its neighboring islands today. Here, houseboats and boathouses line Sand Mount Slough, along the heavily inhabited shore of the island





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