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Lake San Antonio, South Shore does not have “potable water.”
Please plan accordingly when coming to the lake and review the Non-Potable Water Notice: Surface Water Notification
There is a Cautionary level on the water in the Lake at Lake San Antonio. Please review the following warnings and plan accordingly: 

Cautionary Sign in English

Precaucion en Espanol

*No Fuel or General Store services available*

Launch Ramp Hours:

  • Monday – Sunday: 6:00am – 8:45pm

Lake San Antonio prices are as follows:

 Summer
(Apr 1 - Sept 30)
Winter
(Oct 1 - Mar 31)
Day Use$15$5
TypeOn-Season
(May 1 - Sept. - 30)
Off-Season
(Oct. 1 - Apr. 30)
  
Dry/Tent$35$15
Water & Electric Hook-up$40$20
Full Hook-up
(water/electric/sewage)
$45$30
Vessel Day Use (motorized)$15$15
Vessel Day Use (non-motorized)$5$5
Vessel Annual Pass (motorized)$150$150
Vessel Annual Pass (non-motorized)$75$75
Household Pets$2 per pet, per day$2 per pet, per day

Campsites at Lake San Antonio South Shore can be reserved. However, reservations are not mandatory, but highly suggested. Request a reservation now.

Questions? Try our Frequently Asked Questions page.

Lake San Antonio Overview Map

South Shore Map

North Shore Map

Lake San Antonio – Lake Nacimiento Dam Data

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About Lake San Antonio

Lake San Antonio Resort is a full service, family oriented resort conveniently located midway between Los Angeles and San Francisco. It is located 20-minutes North West of Lake Nacimiento.  The nearest towns are Paso Robles and King City.

Lake San Antonio is located among shady oak trees, and provides some of the best camping in the State’s central area. The lodges are fully furnished and spacious. For campers, Lake San Antonio has tent and full hookup RV sites, all located in beautiful settings abundant with amazing wildlife. Lake San Antonio is famous for its great fishing, and it is home to striped bass, largemouth and smallmouth bass, crappie, catfish and bluegill. 

Lake San Antonio is a man-made lake, formed by an earthfill dam on the Lake San Antonio River. The dam is 202 feet tall and was completed in 1965 under Monterey County District Engineer Loran Bunte Jr. The lake and dam are controlled by the Monterey County Water Resources Agency. The lake’s primary purpose is flood control and irrigation, but recreation is a wonderful by-product.

To request a reservation, please complete the form below:
Note: Completing the form does not mean you have a reservation. Booking is not confirmed until you receive a reservation confirmation.

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.

Infected 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

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