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!
COVID-19 UPDATE Information and guidance related to COVID-19 continues to change rapidly. We continue to focus on the health and safety of our staff, concessionaire and the public as our number one priority. Read More Read more COVID-19 UPDATE

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News & Announcements

Rate Proposal Options for September 24, 2021
In the Additional Download Information, we have included a PDF of the rate proposal options for Board consideration at the September 24, 2021 regularly scheduled Board of Control Meeting. Please note that in Options B, C, and D, the Annual Houseboat Permit renewal would include a single Annual Day Use Vehicle Pass and a single Annual Dog Pass.
August 20, 2021 BOC Special Meeting – Budget Workshop Video Playback and Slide Deck
Provided in the Additional Download Information section, you will find the slide deck for the August 20, 2021 Board of Control Special Meeting – Budget Workshop. Additionally, the video playback of the meeting can be accessed at the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ryi5-85WNCQ
BOC Special Meeting - Budget Workshop

Don Pedro Recreation Agency will be hosting a Board of Control Special Meeting 
Where: Zoom Webinar - Instructions available on the Agenda
When: Friday, August 20, 2021 10:00am.

Blue Oaks Launch Ramp Closure
Based on current lake level projections, the Blue Oaks launch ramp is expected to close the week of August 30th and will not re-open until lake levels rise.

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




2021 Annual Fireworks Show - July 3

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

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Outlaws of the mid 1800's frequented the area around Don Pedro Lake. Marshes Flat Road, located along the east side of the lake, was a route frequently traveled by the likes of outlaw Joaquin Murrieta, where he was also known to hideout after his misdeeds.