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Lake Morena Regional Park
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CAMPFIRES: Must be confined to existing stoves or fire rings. See ranger for current campfire rules.
PETS: Pets are permitted if they are properly restrained and under the control of the owner. Dogs must be licensed, restrained on a leash not longer than six feet, and attended at all times.
WASTE WATER: Please dispose of all waste water in an approved dump station, never on the ground.
VEGETATION & All plants, animals, natural features, NATURAL and archaeological resources are fully FEATURES: protected and may not be damaged, injured,
or removed. Please check with your ranger for firewood — he or she generally has a supply to sell for campfires. Please do not gather it from within the park.
TREES: Do not tie or hang ropes, wire, or tents to trees. Do not drive nails, screws, or staples into trees.
GENERATORS: Use of generators is prohibited.
NOISE: To insure each park guest’s pleasure and peace, quiet hours are from 10:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m. Of course, excessive noise and loud music is discouraged at all times.
FIREARMS & Firearms, fireworks, and weapons are WEAPONS: not permitted in County Parks.
YOUTH: All persons under 18 years of age must be accompanied by a legally responsible adult with medical authorization for each child while camping in the park.
ALCOHOLIC Alcoholic beverages are permitted BEVERAGES: providing the alcohol content does not
RULES & REGULATIONS
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NOTE: Residence in the park is contingent upon guests maintaining their immediate camping area in a safe and clean condition and complying with all park rules. Failure to comply will result in a suspension of camping privileges and loss of prepaid fees.
Toll Free • (877) 565-3600 Local • (858) 565-3600
For online reservation information, visit us at www.sdparks.org
LAKE MORENA REGIONAL PARK
Visit us online at www.sdparks.org
A San Diego County Camping Park
RESERVATIONS & INFORMATION
Welcome to Lake Morena Regional Park Morena Reservoir lies in the middle of3,250 acres of chaparral, oak woods, and grassland. In addition to these natural attributes, the park features some of the most modern camping facilities in San Diego County. Picnicking, hiking, fishing…Lake Morena Regional Park has something to offer every outdoor enthusiast.
The lake is the highest (3,000 feet) and most remote of the city’s reservoirs. Because of its location southwest of the Laguna Mountains, the park shows characteristics of desert, coastal, and mountain habitats. This chaparral woodland is home to a variety of animals. Bald eagles, bobcats, and many migratory waterfowl can be observed in the remote wilderness.
A Day in the Country The campground consists of 86 individual
sites, 58 of which have water and electrical hookups and are comfortably situated in a grove of majestic oaks. Lake Morena has a youth camping site, primitive camping areas, and wilderness cabins. Even if you are not camping, you can drop in for a picnic lunch and short hike. Trout fishing is excellent in winter, and bass start biting in spring (the current lake record for bass is a 19 lb. 3 oz. large-mouth, and the record trout weighed 12 lb. 12 oz.). Spring and summer are also good for panfish. Bring your own boat or rent one of ours. Hikers will want to explore the Pacific Crest Trail, which passes through the park on its way to Canada. Only minutes away from Lake Morena Regional Park is Campo, where you can discover local history in the Campo Stone Store or take an exciting train ride through the rugged backcountry.
TO DAY USE
TO CABIN AREA, BOAT LAUNCH, YOUTH AREA, LAKE, AND TRAILS
TO MORENA VILLAGE
HAUSER OVERLOOK TRAIL
HIDDEN COVE TRAIL
MORENA BUTTE TRAIL
WARD’S FLAT TRAIL
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Non Hookup Site
Partial Hookup Site
Backpacker Tent Site
Check in: 2:00 p.m. Check out: 1:00 p.m. For detailed site descriptions, go to www.sdparks.org
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