Reservoir Access - UPDATED 4/24/2020 4:25pm

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Reservoir Access - UPDATED 4/24/2020 4:25pm

La Grange, California; April 24, 2020 4:25pm
Don Pedro Recreation Agency Update || Effective immediately
Information and guidance related to COVID-19 continues to change rapidly. Don Pedro Recreation Agency (DPRA) continues to focus on the health and safety of our staff, concessionaire and the public as our number one priority.
Reservoir operations, campgrounds and day use access will remain closed to comply with the Tuolumne County Public Health Order. In addition to the Order, we ask the public to continue to comply with the DPRA rules and regulations.
All houseboat and self-contained boat owners are permitted access to their boats for overnight stays. All other boat owners are permitted to perform wellness checks on their boats. Boats may be launched with the intention of using that boat as transport to a houseboat currently moored on a buoy ball. Beyond this, all boats must remain tethered to their slip or buoy ball. The Tuolumne County Public Health Order issued April 6, 2020, specifically states that all recreational boating is suspended until further notice. Failure to comply may result in fines and/or permits and passes being revoked.
DPRA is currently assessing our annual pass program, and how the COVID-19 closures have impacted the use of the passes, and will communicate more information soon.
Minimal DPRA staff will be on-site to support essential functions of the area, but staff services will not be available during the park closure. For questions regarding Houseboat Services, please contact Suntex Marinas at (209) 852-2369. Please email for campsite cancellations, refunds, and credits.
For emergencies, please call 911.
DPRA Staff


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DPRA UPDATE - Effective 4/24/2020 4:25pm


At full lake, Don Pedro has 159 miles of shoreline!