Riparian Hideout

Riparian Hideout is located at the bottom of a shallow cove on Folsom Lake. During the Fall of dry years when the waters recede, the playing surface emerges and is accessible for play. The main playing surface is flat with a slight upward slope towards center field. The outfield is formed within the more severely sloping hills which form the cove.

A view of the infield. With the home plate backstop on the left, the 1st base log in the background, and the 3rd base log in the foreground.

Riparian Hideout is now considered hostile territory and the Buckos Nation has issued a warning to all who would choose to travel there. This is because during the Quake at the Lake which took place at the Hideout, a State Park Ranger, mad with power shut the game down! Travel and play here at your own risk!

Field Name
Riparian Hideout
LocationRattlesnake Bar
CountyEl Dorado
Elevation435 ft
Play Area Angle100°
Grand Salami ZoneLand on a Bush.
Grand Salamis HitNone
Infield SurfaceCompact Lakebed Sand
Outfield SurfaceCompact Lakebed Sand
Outfield ObstaclesNone
Beer Pope CoronationsNone
Inception Date1/1/2014
Total Regents to Play at the Field4
Largest CrowdA Handful of Hikers and One Angry Ranger - 1/1/2014

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