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Cachuma Lake Rec Area


HC 59 - Highway 154
Santa Barbara, CA 93105
805.686.5054
No Email Address
http://www.sbparks.org/DOCS/Cachuma.html
3 Reviews
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Rate increase in April 2011 to $45.00/night.

Received from John Gajdos for visit in Jun 2009


Site Number: 101
Stay Again? YES
GPS: 34.57338, -119.95836. Several hundred sites including full, E/W and dry. No reservations but can call 805-686-5055 for current availability. There are 8 group areas that can be reserved for groups varying from 8 to 30 vehicles. Yurts are also available. 2006 rates are $18 dry and $25 hookup ($16 and $22 for seniors). Pets $3. Popular fishing and boating area. Private boats must be minimum 10' long, 42" wide and 12" deep. Other rules apply to inflatibles and collapsibles. Call for info. Each winter about 150,000 trout are stocked in the lake. Each April a trout fishing derby provides opportunity to fish for cash prizes and merchandise. Swimming in lake not allowed but they have a swimming pool for summer use, for which they charge a fee. Nice walking paths. Nature center with docents and narrated ranger walks available. Playgrounds for kids. Great for hiking and biking. Narrated nature cruises on the lake daily. Fully stocked general store, gasoline station, propane, grill, tackle shop, and family fun center. For vary large groups there is Live Oak campground a few miles down the road which has 40 acres of wilderness for camping along with cooking and eating areas. Rancho Oso stables a few miles down the road offers trail rides and horseback riding lessons. Danish town of Solvang and Chumash Casino about 15 miles away in one direction and Santa Barbara about 15 miles inthe other direction.

Received from David G for visit in 2006


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
A rather large first come, first served non-reservation 420 site campground. They have 90 full hookup sites, and some with only water and electricity. When the lake is full, it is a beautiful place to visit. There are free ranger led activities usually scheduled. There is a playground for small kids. And there is a small general store and gas station on site. Fishing is the primary activity. Trout and Bass tournaments are held regularly. There is a small marina with a cafe and tackle shop. Boat rentals are available.

Received from Victor for visit in Feb 2006


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES



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