Lake Cuyamaca

Water District - San Diego

Stocked with over 38,000 lbs. of trout annually, Lake Cuyamaca is the only San Diego lake that is able to stock trout all year long. Other species of fish include Florida bass, smallmouth bass, channel catfish, crappie, bluegill and sturgeon.

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Activities

Camping

Camping

21 tent sites
19 RV camping sites with water and electrical hookups
1 Group RV site with 8 spaces
Sleeping Cabins
Condos with Kitchen

Dogs

Dogs

Dogs are permitted on a leash.
Dogs are not permitted in the water.

Fishing

Fishing

Boats are available for rent.
Private boats must be washed at the Lake Cuyamaca's boat wash station.

Hiking

Hiking

Hiking is permitted throughout the area.

Hunting

Hunting

Duck hunting is permitted on Wednesday and Sunday during the season as set by State and Federal regulations.

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Lake Cuyamaca

Lake Cuyamaca

Regulations & Recommendations

No swimming or body contact with the water.
No water skiing.
No jet skis.
For the protection of birds, do not leave fishing line!
No fires except in designated fire rings (subject to Ranger's approval)
Charcoal briquettes only in barbeque grills.

Offices

Lake Cuyamaca Recreation and Park District
15027 Highway 79
Julian, CA 92036
760-765-0515
877-581-9904

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