Lost Isle Bar and Resort

Fitzgerald: Another lost year for Lost Isle

Status of Opening Lost Isle Bar and Resort:

Lost Isle

New Restaurant Concept

This spring marks the 10th anniversary of the closure of Lost Isle, a stinging loss for Delta tourism, and a monumental bummer for boaters craving too much fun.

The long-awaited reopening this year of the thatched-roof party resort on Acker Island looked like a done deal. Owner Dave Wheeler thought so — until his near-death experience.

“That just really messed things up,” said Wheeler, a San Diego businessman.


Whether you seek an active or relaxed day, you will enjoy Lost Isle Bar and Resort. Located right in the Bay Areas’ own backyard, it’s an easy and affordable alternative vacation.

Lost Isle is a great place to come relax and meet new people in paradise. There are barbecues, picnic grounds ~ and a lot of amiable company.  Yet the backside of the island is primitave with trails that invite contemplation and tranquil hikes.  We currently do not have camping available.  Come discover why so many people visit Lost Isle!