Make your home minutes from the Delta's fast waters

A new home at Delta Coves gives you unlimited backstage access to nature’s majesty. Delta pursuits appeal to water-worshippers of all interests, including wakeboarding, windsurfing, wakesurfing, waterskiing, standup paddle boarding, sailing, kayaking, canoeing and swimming. The region offers some of the finest duck, goose, pheasant, quail, dove and wild turkey hunting in Northern California. More than 12 million visitors annually flock to the Delta’s 290 shoreline recreational areas and 300 marinas to cruise, camp, picnic, scout for wildlife and join the lively waterfront scene.

Anglers of all calibers have excellent opportunities to catch large and diverse species nearby, including the adjacent Franks Track. Major species in the Delta include bluegill, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, striped bass, crappie, bullhead and channel catfish, redear sunfish (shellcracker), shad, salmon and steelhead—each offering a unique method for capture. Fishermen in search of a true challenge can test their skills with mighty green and white sturgeon.  And don’t be surprised if once in a while a seal or two barks at you from the water.