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Anderson Lake

Anderson Lake Kayaking

Anderson Lake Canoe, Kayak, SUP & Kayak Fishing Information

 

Anderson Lake SUP boardingAnderson Lake offers superb kayaking and kayak  angling opportunities. It is a popular getaway in the summer  months and a perfect outdoor aquatic spot to paddle during the spring, late summer and early fall when the crowds are gone. Weekends in the summer are often  jam-packed with park visitors, but during the winter and fall the lake is pretty peaceful.

Fishing is permitted year-round. Fishing is also allowed in Coyote Creek during fishing season (April to November).

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Anderson Lake is approximately seven-miles long and covers 1,250 surface acres at full water level capacity. The lake's shape and scenery is almost identical to its upstream neighbor Coyote Lake, only it's at least twice as long.

Average
Temp
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
High 60  64 67 73 78 84 84 88 86 79 67 60
Low 39 43 45 47 51 54 56 56 54 50 43 39

Open: Anderson Lake is open daily year round.  The lake use hours are 8 a.m. until one half hour before sunset. The park is open year-round from 8 a.m. until sunset.  Boating Reservations #: Ph: 408 927-9144 ( Call before departing for lake clousures.)

Fees: There are day use, launch, pet quagga mussel inspection, and camping fees. Vehicle entry fees are collected year-round. Launch and entry fees are posted at the entrance.

Lake Facilities: Powerboats, waterskiing,, fishing and sailing are permitted, but swimming is not allowed. There is a full-service marina, a boat launch, restroom facilities, hiking, bicycling and horseback riding trails. 

Anderson Lake Visitors Center access to The Best Places to Kayak in California Guide BookCoyote Creek Parkway is at 19245 Malaguerra Ave. Access to the reservoir is 18295 Coyote Road.

 


 

 
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