Swimming Lagoon is Open! We are excited to announce the re-opening of the swimming lagoon! To see what other recreation activities are currently available at Lake Don Pedro, see News & Announcements below. Read more Swimming Lagoon is Open!
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Welcome to Don Pedro Lake!

News & Announcements

Jul
28
NO WAKE ZONE UPDATE!

Due to low water houseboat mooring, the entire areas from Fleming Point & Schoolhouse Point to Blue Oaks is now a Slow 5mph No Wake Zone

 

 

 

Jun
16
2021 Annual Fireworks Show - July 3

Please join us for our Annual Fireworks-on-the-Water event on July 3rd, 2021. Some important details:

Jun
11
BOC Regular Meeting - June 11, 2021

Don Pedro Recreation Agency will be hosting a Board of Control Regular Quarterly Meeting 
Where: Zoom Webinar - Instructions available on the Agenda
When: Friday, June 11, 2021 10:00am.

May
19
Celebrating 50 Years!

This Saturday marks the 50th Anniversary of the Don Pedro Recreation Agency and Fun in the Sun Since 1971!! 

May
03
BOC Special Meeting - May 3, 2021

Special Board of Control Meeting
Resolution adopting the Initial Study / Mitigated Negative Declaration with included Mitigation Monitoring Program for the Fleming Meadows Serpentine Roadway Project, and Approval of Fleming Meadows Serpentine Roadway Project– Action Item

Apr
29
The Swimming Lagoon is Back! and More Updates!

The Swimming Lagoon is back! And more exciting updates:

As we prepare for Summer 2021, we are excited to share a few announcements and reminders.

Lake Info

 

Things to Do

 

 

The old Don Pedro Dam still exists at Don Pedro Lake. Some 220’ under the water of a full lake, the old Don Pedro Dam is 1.5 miles upstream from the current dam’s location. Completed in 1923, it was, at the time, the world’s largest concrete gravity dam. The lake created by the old dam, with its storage capacity of 289.000 acre feet, was only 14% of the capacity of the current lake.