Kings Island (California) facts for kids
USGS aerial imagery of the island, with Eucalyptus Island to the northwest, Victoria Island to the northeast, and the bridge to the Clifton Court levee to the south.
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|Coordinates||37°51′29″N 121°34′08″W / 37.857982°N 121.568839°W|
|Adjacent bodies of water||Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta|
|Area||8.6 acres (3.5 ha)|
Kings Island (formerly Bra's Island) is an island in the Old River in the south Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta in San Joaquin County, California, 9.3 miles (15 km) southwest of Stockton. The small 3.5 ha (8.6-acre) island is the smallest of a cluster of delta islands including Eucalyptus Island, Widdows Island, Victoria Island, and Coney Island, adjacent to Clifton Court Forebay. At 3 feet (0.91 m) above sea level with the surrounding waters kept a bay by a levee system, the island is accessible only by the one road from the Clifton Court levee or by boat.
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