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Antioch
Antioch, California is a suburb of San Francisco, California and Oakland, California. Tourist attractions: Contra Loma Regional Park, the Antioch/Oakley Regional Shoreline and Black Diamond Mines Regional Park, El Campanil Theatre, Antioch Historical Society Museum, Lynn House Gallery, Rivertown Art Center.
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1.4
46 ft.
Exit to Main Street, East 18th Street

2.2
3.6
Antioch Bridge/Senator John A Nejedly Bridge
This bridge carries CA State Highway 160 over the Sacramento-San Joaquin River.
3.3
5.3
3 ft.
Franks Tract State Recreation Area
East of highway. S Willow Rd, Rio Vista, CA, Tel. 916-988-0205. Fishing, waterfowl hunting.
5.0
8.0
Sherman Island, CA
An island in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta. - Sherman Lake (SW of the island): windsurfing, fishing, kite boarding. - Sandy Beach Park (W Sherman Island Rd): picnic areas, boat launch, beach, outdoor showers.
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15.5
26 ft.
Brannan Island State Recreation Area
17645 CA State Hwy 160, Rio Vista, CA, Tel. 916-777-6671. Campsites, fishing, picnic facilities, bicycling (on paved roads only), beach, restrooms. Day use is from sunrise to sunset.
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21.0
3 ft.
Junction of State Highway #12
Junction of State Hwy #12 to Rio Vista, California, in the Sacramento River Delta region. Lies just across the Rio Vista Bridge, over the the Sacramento River. Rio Vista has a Municipal Airport. Attractions: Humpback Whales sighted in the river though it is about 60 Miles inland from the Pacific Ocean. - Bruning Park (300 Montezuma St): playground area, picnic amenities. - Bruna Vista Park (Main St). - Annual Bass Derby Festival. East to the city of Lodi, CA. - Lodi Lake Park (1101 W Turner Rd): play area, picnic section, horseshoe pits, swimming, dog park; open dawn-dusk. - Peterson Park (199 Evergreen Dr): baseball field, picnic facilities, tennis court, basketball court, inline hockey, toilets; open 6AM-10PM. - Hale Park (209 E. Locust St): picnic sites, basketball court, meeting room, playground, bathrooms. - Annual Lodi Street Faire (first Sunday in May). - Annual Festival of Trees (fist Saturday & Sunday in December).
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25.3
3 ft.
Anchor Drive
Road to Ida Island, California.
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28.3
10 ft.
City of Isleton, California
A small city which has many preserved historical 19th Century era forefronts.
18.5
29.8
10 ft.
West Tyler Island Bridge
Connects the city of Isleton, CA to Bouldin Island, CA.
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30.4
7 ft.
Isleton Bridge
Crosses the River Sacramento.
20.0
32.2
10 ft.
Poverty Road
Passes through the green fields and connects Grand Island Road. - Hogback Island Recreation Facility (Grand Island Rd, Isleton, CA, Tel. 916-875-6961): picnicking, fishing, rowing, recreation boating, two-lane boat launch, lagoon, boat dock.
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36.1
3 ft.
Village Farms Area
A big Farm, Rest Area/Campground in the rural settings.
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36.5
3 ft.
W Walker Landing Road
Connects Byway 160 to Grand Island Road.
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39.4
10 ft.
State Route #220
Intersection of California State Route #220 at the small farming village of Ryde, California. California State Route #220 connects to Grand Island Road at Howard Landing, California Steamboat Slough is very close from here. Steamboat Slough ferry ride is available.
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41.1
10 ft.
Access
Access to a farming community
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43.7
7 ft.
Walnut Grove, California
Community of Walnut Grove, California. Attractions: This town is an ideal location for collection of very tall radio and television transmission towers. KXTV/KOVR/KCRA Tower built in 1962, height 472 meters., KXTV/KOVR Tower height 624.5 m, is one of the tallest constructions in the world., Channel 40 Tower and the 609.7 meter high Hearst-Argyle Tower.
27.7
44.5
7 ft.
Ferry to Locke, California
Ferry Port to reach Locke, California on the other side of the river Sacramento. Locke, California. also known as Locke Historic District, This community built by Chinese immigrants in the early 20th century. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and was later designated a National Historic Landmark District due to its unique example of a historic Chinese American rural community. Scenic Delta Meadows State Park is a delight for nature lovers just few miles from Locke, California.
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48.1
16 ft.
Leary Road
Passes through agricultural lands to a small community.
30.3
48.7
13 ft.
Vorden, California
Community of Vorden, California
32.7
52.7
10 ft.
Grand Island Road
Connects with CA State Highway 220 to the south.
32.8
52.8
13 ft.
Sutter Island Road
Sutter Island Road connects at this point. A Steamboat slough bridge.
33.8
54.4
10 ft.
Paintersville Bridge
Switches the path of Highway #160 to the other side of the River Sacramento.
34.8
56.0
13 ft.
Courtland, California
Community of Courtland, California.
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57.5
13 ft.
Access to Wilson Road

36.7
59.0
16 ft.
Intersection
Intersection of Lambert Road
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62.9
13 ft.
Hood, California
Community of Hood, California. Limited services.
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66.1
20 ft.
Access to Elk Horn Slough
This is a muddy road passes through Elk Horn Slough
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68.1
20 ft.
Scribner Road
To Morrison Creek.
43.2
69.5
13 ft.
Clarksburg, California
Community of Clarksburg, California. Limited services.
45.9
73.8
13 ft.
Road Access
To Beach Lake Park, Freeport, California
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75.3
16 ft.
Bartley Cavanaugh Golf Course
This is an 18-hole golf course in Sacramento, California; features 6,158 yards of golf from the longest tees.
46.9
75.5
33 ft.
Freeport Bridge
Crosses the Sacramento River and connects County Highway E9 with California Byway #160 There is a marina located near the bridge.
47.0
75.6
23 ft.
Entrance to Golf Course
To the parking area of Cavanaugh Golf Course Pond.
48.0
77.2
16 ft.
Access to Freeport Shores Sports Complex
Access to Freeport Shores Sports Complex
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78.4
16 ft.
Junction
Junction of California Byway #160 and Meadowview Road/Pocket Road near the Pocket Area of the City of Sacramento, California
48.7
78.4
16 ft.
Junction
Junction of California Byway #160 with Meadowview Road/Pocket Road near the Pocket area of the City of Sacramento, California
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80.0
20 ft.
Junction
Junction of Florin Road, Willow Rancho Park
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81.1
16 ft.
Belleau Wood Lane
Access to Bing Maloney Golf Course which is adjacent to the Sacramento Executive Airport. This is a pair of historic golf clubs one, an 18-hole course, and the other, a 9-hole course. These are outstanding courses located in the City of Sacramento, California.
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82.0
20 ft.
Entrance to Sacramento Executive Airport
Access road to Sacramento Executive Airport. This airport has 2 runways and one helipad.
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85.1
23 ft.
Sacramento City College
East of highway.
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85.2
23 ft.
Park Road
Goes to William land Golf Course and William Land Park, where the Sacramento Zoo is also located.
53.4
85.9
23 ft.
Parks
West of highway: - McClatchy Park (3500 5th Ave, Sacramento, CA): amphitheater, ballfields, swimming/wading pool, basketball/tennis courts, play area, picnic facilities, parking, restrooms. - Land Regional Park (3800 S Land Park Dr, Sacramento, CA): picnic amenities, rock garden,playground, wading pool, basketball court, jogging path, soccer/baseball/softball fields, bathrooms, parking area.
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87.7
20 ft.
End of California Byway #160
This Byway #160 ends near Broadway, just close to Capital City Freeway near the heart of the city of Sacramento, California. Sacramento, California is the capital of the state of California, USA. It is one of the largest cities in California. Attractions The 'Big Four Building', built in 1852 / Eagle Theatre / Memorial Auditorium. The Wells Fargo Pavilion / The Sacramento Ballet, Sacramento Philharmonic Orchestra and the Sacramento Opera / Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission / The Crocker Art Museum / The California Museum for History, Women, and the Arts, home of the California Hall of Fame / The California State Railroad Museum,.. many more...