Access areas


Photo of Clear Lake shoreline from Lakeport Library Park

There are dozens of free public access points on Clear Lake – in fact, Clear Lake has nearly 100 miles of shoreline, and nearly 10 miles of public access! These include public parks, open space, Caltrans right-of-ways, road ends, some islands and county-owned property.

To find a public access point, zoom in on the map below. Green picnic tables symbolize parks with amenities, green arrows depict public access with no/minimal amenities. Click on each of the symbols to obtain address and list of amenities. The only fee-based access on this list include the two State Parks – Clear Lake and Anderson Marsh. Each have minimal day-use fees.


Other links:

Clear Lake Water Levels

What’s the Rumsey Gauge all about?

Lake County Department of Water Resources