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Hit the trail which is well maintained and a nice ride only to have a near collision with a teenager who didn't know the rules of trail riding; oh well let it go and enjoy the rest of your ride. Upon his return to England in he was beheaded at the demand of the Spanish ambassador and for violating his pardon. It was simply enjoyable. There the trail is single track, entering Reigelsville it is mostly single track. Donner Lake rests at an elevation of 5, feet in the beautiful Tahoe National Forest 2 miles west of Truckee. There are several public campgrounds situated at the south end of the lake with flush toilets and piped water.

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Were you told your timeshare was an investment? Pressured with a false sense of urgency? Lied to about Timeshare Tax Incentives? RSI may be able to help. Meet in Person Attend a group meeting in or near your hometown. Davis holds a good number of rainbow and brown trout as well as a fair population of bass and catfish. For more information contact the Mohawk Ranger Station at Miner Moe's Guide Service Dollard's Sierra Market Donner Lake rests at an elevation of 5, feet in the beautiful Tahoe National Forest 2 miles west of Truckee.

There are three campgrounds offering tent, trailer, or RV camping as well as two resorts located at the lake. All boating is permitted as well as water-skiing and jet-skis. Swimming is permitted and there is a nice swim beach located on the south shore. Donner offers improved launching facilities as well as a full service marina with boat rentals located on the north side of the lake.

For the fisherman, Donner holds a good population of rainbow and brown trout as well as kokanee salmon. For more information contact Donner State Park at Mountain Hardware Camping Information Eagle Lake is located about 17 miles northwest of Susanville at an elevation of 5, feet. Eagle Lake contains 27, surface acres of water miles of timbered shoreline. The northern end of the lake is mostly characteristic of high desert country. Brush and junipers cover the surrounding area.

Rocks and patches of reeds makeup the shoreline. The south end of the lake is forested with pines, cedars, and firs. The Eagle Lake marina and boat launch are located at the south end of the lake. Eagle Lake is nationally known for its trophy Eagle Lake Trout. The average size fish caught at Eagle is 3 - 5 pounds with the record fish caught being around 15 pounds.

There are several public campgrounds situated at the south end of the lake with flush toilets and piped water. For more information contact the Eagle Lake Ranger District at Sep's Pro Fishing Eagle Lake Marina Eagle Lake RV Park Frenchman Reservoir is situated about 80 miles west of Highway , and 25 miles south of Susanville. Frenchman rests at an elevation of 5, feet in the Plumas National Forest and has 21 miles of sage and pine covered shoreline.

All boating is permitted as well as water-skiing, jet-skis, and overnight boating. Frenchman has two boat ramps that are easily accessible except during severe winter weather.

There is one improved and three unimproved campgrounds situated around the lake suitable for tent, RV's and trailers. Frenchman is well known for excellent rainbow and Kamloop trout fishing and also holds a population of catfish. For more information contact the Beckwourth Ranger Station at Wiggin's Trading Post Indian Valley Reservoir is located about 80 miles north of Sacramento at an elevation of 1, feet.

The lake has a surface area of 3, acres and 41 miles of shoreline. Boating is limited to 10 mph and water-skiing and jet-skis are not permitted although swimming is allowed. There is one improved campground and several unimproved campgrounds located at the lake with RV camping available on the south end.

Indian Valley holds a wide variety of fish including Trout, catfish, steelhead, bluegill, crappie, largemouth bass, and smallmouth. There is a store located at the lake offering limited supplies, bait, tackle, and groceries. For more information contact Indian Valley Store at Iron Canyon Reservoir is located approximately 60 miles northeast of Redding at an elevation of 2, feet in the beautiful Trinity National Forest.

The lake has 15 miles of forested shoreline and surface acres of water. There are two campgrounds located at the lake suitable for tents or RV's 24 foot limit. Private boats are allowed, however, water-skiing is not permitted. Fishing at Iron Canyon consists of brown and rainbow trout and the angler is often rewarded with quality and quantity fish.

Iron Gate Reservoir is located approximately 15 miles northeast of Yreka at an elevation of 2, feet on the famous Klamath River. Iron Gate is 7 miles long and contains surface acres of water. There are several small campgrounds located at the lake suitable for tents, RV's, or trailers.

Improved launching facilities are available and all boating is permitted but limited to a 10 mph speed restriction in most areas. Boat rentals are available at nearby Copoco Lake store. For the fisherman Iron gate offers an abundance of yellow perch, trout, bass and catfish as well as seasonal runs of salmon and steelhead in the Klamath River. Copoco Lake Store River flows and lake levels Juanita lake is located approximately 40 miles southwest of Klamath Fall along Highway 97 in the beautiful Klamath National Forest at an elevation of 5, feet.

Juanita has a surface area of 55 acres and two miles of conifer wooded shoreline. The lake has one well maintained campground suitable for tents, trailers, or RV's. Boating is limited to non-powered craft and launching facilities are available.

Juanita is well stocked with rainbow and brown trout and also holds a fair population of bass and catfish. There is a grocery store and gas station located within six miles of the lake. For more information contact the Goosenest Ranger Station at Lewiston Lake is located approximately 35 miles west of Redding at an elevation of 1, feet with a surface area of acres and 15 miles of shoreline. There are several camping facilities located around the lake accommodating tents of RV's. All boating is permitted with a speed restriction of 10 mph with one improved launch facility.

Boat rentals are available at the marina as well as fuel, bait, tackle, and snacks. Lewiston Lake is noted as a big trout lake and also holds a good population of bass, catfish, and bluegill. For more information contact the District Ranger Station at Manzanita Lake is situated just south of Highway 89, about 50 miles east of Redding in the beautiful Lassen National Park.

This lake is not stocked but holds some fine trophy rainbows. When the ice thaws in the spring feeding becomes quite heavy. No motorized boats are allowed. This is an excellent float tube lake with plenty of open water and fairly easy lake access. Manzanita is a catch and release only lake and you must use single point barbless hooks and artificial baits.

For more information contact Lassen National Park at Lake McCloud is located approximately 80 miles southeast of Redding at an elevation of 3, feet. McCloud has a surface area of acres and a spectacular rocky pine covered shoreline. All boating is permitted and the lake has one improved launch facility. There is one small unimproved campground located at Star City Creek. McCloud is a very popular lake for fishing and holds a large number of trophy rainbow and brown trout.

For more information contact McCloud Ranger District at Friday's RV Retreat Medicine Lake is located approximately 50 miles northeast of McCloud off of Highway 89 in the beautiful Modoc National Forest at an elevation of 6, feet. Once the center of a volcano, this acre lake is said to be at least feet deep in places. There are four well maintained campgrounds located at the lake suitable for tent, RV, or group camping.

All boating is allowed as well as water-skiing, jet-skis, and swimming, There is one improved and two unimproved launch ramps located around the lake. Although remote, the lake is very popular for fishing holding a good number of rainbow and brook trout. For more information contact the Doublehead Ranger District at Lake Mendocino is located approximately 65 miles northeast of Santa Rosa on the east fork of the Russian River above Coyote Dam at an elevation of feet.

Mendocino has 15 miles of oak covered shoreline and a surface area of 1, acres. There are several campgrounds located around the lake well suited for tents, trailers, RV's, or group camping. All boating is permitted as well as water-skiing, jet-skis, and swimming. There are two improved launch ramps and a full service marina with boat rentals and concessions available. As for the fisherman Lake Mendocino is very well know for the excellent striped bass and huge channel catfish action.

Mendocino also holds a good population of bluegill, crappie, and smallmouth bass. For more information contact the Park Manager at Lake Marina Lake Oroville is located approximately 75 miles northeast of Sacramento on the famous Feather River at an elevation of feet. Lake Oroville has 15, surface acres and miles of oak and chaparral covered shoreline. There are many camping facilities from improved with full hookups to boat-in located at the lake accommodating tents, RV's, or groups camping.

All boating is permitted as well as overnight boating, water-skiing, jet-skis, and swimming. For the angler Oroville offers a wide variety of fishing including Coho and king salmon, trout, bass, bluegill, crappie, and catfish. For more information contact the Oroville State Recreation Department at Lime Saddle Marina Bidwell Canyon Marina Lake Pillsbury is at an elevation of 1, feet in the pristine Mendocino National Forest approximately miles from Santa Rosa situated on the famous Eel River.

Pillsbury has several campgrounds located at the lake accommodating tents, RV's, and trailers. All boating is allowed including water-skiing and jet-skis as well as overnight boating.

There is a full service marina, snack bar, grocery store, and restaurant located near the lake. Rental boats, bait, and tackle are located at the marina along with an improved launch ramp. Fisherman enjoy an abundance of rainbow and brown, sunfish, and an occasional salmon. For more information contact the USFS at Lake Pillsbury Resort Soda Creek Resort Prosser creek Reservoir is located approximately 40 miles west of Reno, Nevada In the beautiful Tahoe National Forest at an elevation of 5, feet.

Prosser is a surface acre lake with 11 miles of sage covered shoreline. All boating is allowed under 10 MPH, no water-skiing or jet-skis allowed although swimming is permitted. There are several camping facilities located around the lake accommodating both tents and RV's with group camping available. Prosser offers some of the finest California trout fishing with both rainbow and brown trout ready to jump on the stringer. For more information call Mountain Hardware at Truckee Ranger District Rollins Lake is located approximately 50 miles east of Sacramento in the majestic Western Sierra's.

Rollins has a surface area of acres with 26 miles of oak and pine covered shoreline. There are several camping facilities located near the lake suitable for tents, RV's, or group camping as well as boat-in camp sites only accessible by boat, here is a map of the Peninsula Campground. All boating is permitted as well as water-skiing and jet-skis with a full service marina with rentals and supplies. Rollins has four improved launch facilities making it more convenient and less crowded.

Rollins holds a large population of trout and a wide variety of species, including, rainbow, brown, cutthroat, and Eagle Lake along with sunfish, bass, catfish, and kokanee salmon. For more information contact. Rollins Lake Resort Greenhorn Campground Orchard Springs Campground Round Valley Reservoir is located approximately 3 miles west of Greenville in the beautiful Plumas National Forest at an elevation of 4, feet.

There is one campground located at the lake with 50 sites suitable for tents, RV's, or trailers with hot showers available. Boating is allowed but limited to fishing only with a 7.

No swimming or body contact with the water is permitted. There is one launch ramp and boat rentals are available. Round Valley Reservoir is famous for it's excellent black bass fishing, as well as quality catfish and bluegill. For more information contact the Round Valley Resort at Ruth lake is located between Red Bluff and Eureka on highway 36 at an elevation of 2, feet.

Ruth lake was formed in by the damming of the Mad River and has a surface area of 1, acres. All boating is permitted as well as jet-skis, water-skiing, and swimming. There are several campgrounds located on the east side of the lake accommodating tents, RV's and trailers as well as a group camping area.

The lake has a full service marina with boat rentals available and improved launching facilities. For more information contact Ruth Lake Community Services at Lake Shastina is located approximately 30 miles south of Yreka in the shadows of Mt. Shasta on the Shasta River. Shastina does not have camping facilities but nearby Juanita lake does. All boating is permitted as well as water-skiing and swimming. Tennis, golf, and a water slide offer added attractions for the outdoor enthusiast.

Lake Shastina is well noted by local fishermen as an excellent trout fishery and the lake also holds a decent population of bass, bluegill, crappie, and silver salmon. For more information contact Lake Shastina at Goosenest Ranger Station Lake Siskiyou is located approximately 65 miles northwest of Redding at an elevation of 3, feet, resting in the shadows of Mount Shasta.

The lake has 5. Excellent camping facilities are located at the lake suitable for tent, group, or RV's; full hook-ups available. All boating is permitted although limited to a 10 mph speed restriction.

The lake has a full service marina with rental boats and improved launch facilities. Siskiyou is well noted by fisherman for the excellent trout fishing and wide variety, including, rainbow, brown, Kamloop, and brook trout. Lake Spaulding is located approximately 30 miles west of Truckee at an elevation of 5, feet in the Sierra Nevada mountains.

Spaulding has a surface area of acres and is surrounded by granite rocks and conifer forested hillside. The lake has one campground that is suitable for tents of RV's and one undeveloped boat-in camping area. All boating is allowed including water-skiing and jet-skis, however, lake levels drop dramatically in the summer months making it difficult for launching.

Fishing consists of rainbow and brown trout with excellent quality fish usually among the limits. Stampede Reservoir is located approximately 15 miles north of Truckee at an elevation of 5, feet in the Tahoe National Forest. The lake has a surface area of 3, acres and 25 miles of sage and coniferous shoreline.

Water levels drop dramatically toward the end of summer, however, extended low water launch ramps are available. Stampede holds a large number of trophy class rainbow and brown trout and the fisherman is commonly well rewarded. For more information call Truckee Ranger District Tight Lines Guide Service at Trinity Lake is located just north of Redding along Interstate 5 at an elevation of 2, feet in the beautiful Trinity Alps.

Trinity has miles of pine, cedar, and oak covered shoreline with 16, surface acres of water. Many campgrounds are located around the lake offering group, RV, or tent camping. There are full service marinas with fishing, skiing, and houseboat rentals and improved launching facilities. Trinity holds a good population of trout, catfish, bass, bluegill, and kokanee salmon. Wyntoon Resort West Valley Reservoir is located approximately 20 miles south of Alturas at an elevation of 4, feet.

West Valley contains surface acres of water with 7 miles of sparse shoreline. Only primitive camping facilities are available, however, overnight camping in you watercraft is allowed. The lake has one launch ramp and all boating is permitted as well as water-skiing and jet-skis.

The lake holds a good population of Eagle Lake trout, catfish, and Sacramento perch. For more information contact the Modoc County Ranger at Whiskeytown Lake is located approximately 10 miles north of Redding at an elevation of 1, feet. The lake has 36 miles of coniferous shoreline and 3, surface acres of water.

There are three campgrounds located around the lake accommodating tent, RV, to 36 feet and group camping. All boating is allowed as well as skiing and jet-skis with improved launch facilities and boat rentals available. Whiskeytown is an excellent fishing lake holding both a variety and quality fish, the most popular being trout and bass. For more information contact the Lake Administrator at Oak Bottom Marina Bridgeport Reservoir rests at an elevation of 6, feet near the quaint mountain community of Bridgeport.

This 4, surface acre lake holds a large number of huge brown trout. All boating is permitted as well as overnight boating.

There are two campgrounds located on the east shore along with a full service marina and improved launch facilities. Backpacking, swimming, biking, and hunting are also available in the area. For more information contact Falling Rock Marina Kens Sporting Goods Paradise Shores Park Convict Lake is one of the most beautiful places in the Eastern Sierra with crystal clear water surrounded by steep rugged mountain peaks.

Convict has three miles of pine-covered shoreline resting at an elevation of 7, feet. There are two campgrounds located at the lake suitable for tents or RV's no hookups, open April through October. Power boats are permitted with launch facilities and rentals available. Convict holds a good population for both brown and rainbow trout with many trophy fish taken yearly.

For more information contact Convict Lake Resort at Situated in the Eastern High Sierras at an elevation of 6, feet Crowley offers some of the best trout fishing in the state. This acre lake is home to many ten pound plus brown trout. In addition to trout, Crowley also is famous for excellent Sacramento perch fishing.

Trout season starts last Saturday April through July All boating is permitted with improved launch facilities and rentals available. There are several campgrounds situated around the lake suitable for both tents and RV's; some with full service hookups. For more information call Crawley Lake Fish Camp at Chamber of Commerce Huntington Lakes rests at an elevation of 7, feet in the majestic Sierra National Forest.

There are several campgrounds situated around the lake that are operated by USFS, suitable for tent, RV's and group camping. All boating is permitted as well as water-skiing and jet-skis with full service marinas and improved launch facilities available.

Huntington is well stocked with rainbow trout and also holds brown and brook trout as well as kokanee salmon. For more information contact Pine Ridge Ranger Station at Rancheria Marina Eastwood Visitors Center Indian Creek Reservoir is located approximately 40 miles southwest of Carson City, resting on the eastern slope of the Sierra's at an elevation of 5, feet.

The lake has surface acres of water and is surrounded by heavily pine forested shoreline. There are several campgrounds located at the lake accommodating tent. Only small boats are permitted with a speed limitation of 5 mph, however, paved launching facilities are available. No swimming is allowed in the lake. Indian Creek Reservoir holds a good population of both rainbow and brown trout. Grover's Corner Grover Hot Springs Alpine Chamber of Commerce June Lake Loop consists of four lakes just off of highway Grant Lake is the largest with 1, surface acres.

Gull Lake is the smallest with 64 acres situated on the eastern slope of the High Sierras at an elevation of 7, feet in the beautiful Alpine forest. Swimming, backpacking, horseback riding, hiking, fishing, and hunting are some leisure activities offered. Power boats are permitted with a 10 mph speed restriction with the exception of Grant Lake where water-skiing is permitted. Fishing is limited to brown, rainbow, cutthroat, and brook trout but catches are usually rewarding.

For more information contact June Lake Marina at Silver Lake Gull Lake Grant Lake June Lake Mountain Reservations Lundy Lake is located approximately 15 miles northeast of Lee Vining at an elevation of 7, feet. There are many hike-in lakes located near the lake and Lundy is the trailhead to the 20 lakes basin.

Camping facilities are available at the lake suitable for tents, trailers, and RV's; full hook-ups available.

Powered boats are allowed with a 10 mph speed restriction; hand launch only, however, rentals are available at the lake. The fishing at Lundy consists of rainbow, brown, and brook trout but is often very rewarding with both quantify and quality fish.

There is a store located at the lake providing bait, tackle, groceries, and supplies. For more information contact Ken's Sporting Goods at Mono County Parks The Mammoth Lakes basin rests at the doorway to the beautiful High Sierras. These lakes range from an elevation of 8, feet to 9, feet.

These lakes are heavily stocked with rainbow trout and easily accessed by boat or foot. There are complete facilities located in the community of Mammoth Lakes within a short driving time. The Mammoth Lakes area has numerous camping facilities as well as cabins and resorts. Horseback riding, backpacking, hunting, boating, hiking, and skiing are some of the more popular activities available.

Fishing in Mammoth lakes is excellent, all lakes are well stocked with rainbow trout and large native browns are not unusual in your catch. For more information contact Mammoth visitors center at Poconobe Resort Lake Mary Marina Mammoth Mountain RV Park Mammoth Reservation Bureau Rock Creek Lake contains 65 surface acres of clear, cold, snow melt water.

Camping facilities are located near the lake accommodating both tents and RV's; group camping available. Powered boats are allowed although a 5 mph speed limit is enforced. Unimproved launch facilities are available as well as boat rentals at Rock Creek Lake Resort.

Fishing is excellent at the lake as well as numerous nearby streams. Rainbow, brown, and brook trout provide a majority of the action but eastern brook and golden trout are also common among limits. For more information contact Rock Creek lakes Resort at Rock Creek Lodge Tom's Place Resort White Mountain Ranger District Also check out www.

Saddlebag Lake is located approximately 13 miles northeast of Lee Vining at an elevation of 10, feet and is the highest lake in California that is reachable by road. Saddlebag is situated near the entrance of Yosemite and offers a beautiful, rugged, glacial environment. Boating is limited to small craft to 16 feet , unimproved launching facilities are available as well as rental boats. There is one campground at the lake suitable for both tents and small RV's.

Fishing consists of rainbow, brook, golden, and Kamloop trout and is usually very rewarding for the angler. Concessions are available as well as bait, tackle, and miscellaneous supplies. For more information contact Mono Lake Ranger District at Tahoe rests at the elevation of 6, feet in the beautiful Sierra Mountains. Lake Tahoe is approximately 22 miles long, 12 miles wide and 72 miles around. Tahoe is famous for crystal clear waters, beautiful mackinaw and Kokanee salmon, and many attractions and activities around the lake.

Lake Tahoe has numerous camping facilities located around the lake. Sand Harbor is great for lying around and absorbing the alpine sun. Swimming, fishing, hiking, backpacking, and horseback riding are some activities that are available. For more information contact the Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority at Forest Service Camping State Parks Camping City of South Lake Tahoe Camping Kingfish Guide Service North Lake Tahoe Marina Lakeside Marina Lake Tahoe Chamber of Commerce Topaz rests on the California - Nevada state line at an elevation of 5, feet.

Topaz Lake has approximately 25 miles of shoreline surrounded by sage covered mountains. Topaz is closed for fishing from October 1st through the end of December. The lake permits all boating as well as overnight boating and jet-skis. Topaz has improved launch facilities, a full service marina and boat rentals available.

There are several campground situated around the lake, most with full service hookups. Topaz offers excellent fishing with rainbow trout heavily stocked and large native brown trout abundant. For more information contact the Douglas County Recreation Area at Topaz Lake RV Park Topaz Marina T win Lakes Map. Twin Lakes are located approximately 12 miles southwest of Bridgeport at an elevation of 7, feet in the beautiful Eastern Sierra's.

Complete resort and marine facilities are available with several campgrounds suitable for tent, RV, and group camping. Power water craft is allowed water-skiing in upper lake only and boat rentals are available at the marina as well as improved launch facilities.

Groceries, bait, tackle, and cabins are available near the lake. Twin Lakes provide excellent fishing for large rainbow and brown trout and also contains a good population of eastern brook and Kamloop trout. For more information contact Twin Lakes Resort at Upper Twin Lakes Bridgeport Ranger District Mono Village Doc and Al's Resort V irginia Lakes Map.

Virginia Lakes are located approximately 20 miles southeast of Lee Vining at an elevation of 9, feet in the Sierra National Forest. Virginia Lakes consists of ten small lakes and offers a wilderness like setting with adequate supplies and facilities located near the lakes.

There are two improved camping facility accommodating both tents and RV's no hookups ; group camping available. Boating is limited to non-powered and electric boats with a 10 mph restriction; launching facilities and rentals are available. Virginia Lakes is truly the trout fisherman's paradise providing both quality and quantity rainbow and German brown trout. Groceries, cabins, bait, tackle, and public bathing facilities are available at the lakes.

For more information contact Bridgeport Ranger District at Virginia Lakes Resort Virginia Lakes Pack Outfit A lpine Lake Map. Alpine Lake is located Approximately 55 miles southeast of Angels Camp at an elevation of 7, feet in the pristine Stanislaus National Forest. The lake has a surface area of acres. All boating is allowed within a 10 mph speed limit. Campgrounds are located near the lake suitable for both tents and RV's along with a overflow area available. Rental boats are available as well as groceries, bait, tackle, gas, and a snack bar.

Alpine is well noted by local fisherman as a premier lake for trophy rainbow trout. For more information contact USFS at Western Sports Shop Lake Alpine Lodge A queduct Kern County Map. The California Aqueduct is the principal water conveyance structure for the California State Water Project and is the first statewide water resources development in the United States.

The Aqueduct runs from the Delta east of San Francisco, south miles to the Tehachapi Mountains where it is pumped over the mountains to Los Angeles.

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