COVID-19 UPDATE: AS OF 12/9/2020
Camp Grounds and Lodging Closed
Day Use Open
While we’re honored to be your destination of choice, COVID has impacted our operation once again. In accordance with the recent stay at home order, our park will be closed for overnight accommodations until our county region orders have been lifted or we have gotten the opening approval from County Officials. Day use and launch facilities will remain open along with all other departments of the resort. For guests with existing reservations, our team will be reaching out within the next couple of days to go over the options available at this time. The safety of our guests and team members will always be our first priority and as always, we appreciate your support and cooperation during this time. We look forward to fully reopening to all of our valued guests very soon!
Famous for its 165 miles of pristine shoreline, Lake Nacimiento Resort is a top destination near California’s central coast. Located at the mid-way point between Los Angeles and San Francisco, the resort offers fun and adventure for the entire family. Guests enjoy multiple activities at the lake and its surrounding oak and pine forests including water sports, fishing, hiking, camping, lodging, wildlife viewing, seasonal dining at The Dragon Lake Grill, and much more.
Situated in the Santa Lucia mountains, Lake Nacimiento has 18 miles of water for visitors to enjoy, with boat, water ski, and fishing equipment rentals available at the park’s new 100 slip marina. The resort also offers a variety of fully-furnished lodging accommodations suitable for individuals and large groups. RV rentals and Full Hook-Up campsites are also available within the Resort.
From water sports to fishing and camping, Lake Nacimiento provides the perfect setting for an amazing fun-filled getaway.
Quagga & Zebra Mussel Prevention Program: Mandatory vessel screening and/or inspection prior to launching. All vessels that fail to arrive in a CLEAN, DRAIN, and DRY condition will be required to undergo a full inspection and may be prohibited from launching . No vessel will be allowed to launch that have been on infested lakes within the past 30 days or fails inspection. Failure to comply with the inspection process can result in fines up to $2000.
Infested Bodies of Water*:
Anaheim Lake, Angeles Tunnel, Black and Gold Golf Course Pond, Cahuilla, Castaic, Coachella Canal, Colorado River, Copper Basin, Dixon, El Capitan, Elderberry Forebay, Havasu, Imperial Dam, Irvine, Jennings, Kraemer Basin, Lake Forest, Lower Otay Lakes, Matthews, Mead, Miramar, Mojave, Murray, Olivehain Reservoir, Parker, Pipeline in Lakeside, Piru, Piru Creek, Poway, Pyramid, Ramona, Rattlesnake Reservoir, Ridgemark Golf Course Pump, San Justo, San Vicente, Shadow, Skinner, Sweetwater, and Walnut Canyon Reservoir. *Additional infested lakes may not be listed