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Experience the Best of Lake Oroville
With 167 miles of shoreline, Lake Oroville is the perfect place to enjoy a relaxing and...
Lake - Resorts and Lodges in California
You can’t talk about California bodies of water without mentioning Lake Tahoe. As the largest alpine lake in North America, this aquatic adventureland is teeming with fun. During late spring to early fall, enjoy a wealth of water activities like parasailing, waterskiing, kayaking, jet skiing, boating, and more. Try Shasta Lake, Big Bear Lake, and Mammoth Lakes for even more water-fueled fun. Fish for bass, salmon, trout, and more on these beautiful bodies of water. Properties like The Ridge Tahoe, Trinity Lake, and Reverse Creek Lodge put you right on the lakeshore.
Extending 230 feet into the lake like a symbol of on-the-water fun, Tsasdi's dock features boat slips for every cabin and sun shades to keep you cool. From here, you can explore the lake's 365 miles of shoreline fishing, wakeboarding or water skiing. It's the ideal getaway for families, couples, and friends!
Looking to spend some time on the water during your next vacation? The vast crystal blue waters of Lake Tahoe, with the rugged Sierras serving the backdrop should foot the bill. Try your hand at waterskiing, wakeboarding, fishing, kayaking, sailing, or simply relax on a boat or canoe -- make the lake your outdoor playground!
Mammoth Lakes is located just minutes from Twin Lakes, Lake Mary and Lake George. The close proximity makes it ideal for trout fishing trips, or simply days of relaxing on the beaches. No matter what you choose to do, you are never far from fun on the lake when you plan your getaway with Seasons 4 Condominium Rentals.
Big Bear Cool Cabins give you access to all the fun outdoor adventures that the Big Bear Area has available. Boating, fishing, swimming and more are just outside your doorstep when you stay at one of the properties on Big Bear Lake! Inquire today to begin your California Lake vacation!
Lake Julia is just a short walk away and is teeming with aquatic adventures! Toss in a fishing line and reel in a bounty of rainbow trout, dive in for a swim, or explore the scenic shores in a row boat. There's no end to the water-fueled fun at Rankin Ranch!
The beautiful Lake Tahoe area is the perfect place for that quintessential lakeside vacation you've been dreaming to take. When you plan your getaway with Pullen Realty Group, you don't have to spend any extra time stressing over the details. Their wide range of accommodations lets you easily find and choose the place just right for you. Spacious...
Experience a truly unforgettable lakefront vacation at the Meeks Bay Resort & Marina. Located right on the shores of Lake Tahoe, this California destination is everything you need in a relaxing lakeside retreat, plus so much more. A full-service marina provides you with boats, canoes, paddle-boats and kayaks that make it easy to get out onto...
Lake Almanor is just a few minutes drive from St. Bernard Lodge. The largest man-made lake in Plumas County, the warm water is great for trying your hand at some water sports like swimming, boating, water skiing, jet skiing or tubing. After a great day full of aquatic activities, you can relax on the sandy beaches and take in some sun!
Lake Arrowhead is a sprawling 782 acres and boasts 310 days of annual sunshine. This is a private lake, but visitors can enjoy everything is has to offer with partnerships from The Arrowhead Lake Tour or if you want to try water skiing, The Mckenzie Water Ski School. Water sports are extremely popular, but the fishing for trout or bass is just as...
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