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Lake San Antonio - North Shore


Lake San Antonio, North Shore, offers hundreds of first come, first serve hook-ups and non hook-ups on a 24 hour basis. Come in anytime but if you are leaving that day then you need to vacate your site at 2:00 p.m.

Shoreline camping with 18 full hook-ups and 73 electrical and water sites is available at North Shore. Sites are recommended for self-contained units.

Guide to Camping the Pleyto Points

Boating and Swimming
• You can launch and retrieve your boats at the launch ramps and keep them moored at your shoreline campsite during your stay at the park
• Coves and an area 100 yards off the shoreline are zoned 5 mph; this is strictly enforced for boaters
• Shoreline launching and recovery of watercraft is strictly prohibited
• Swimming in the coves and on the points is allowed within the 5 mile per hour zones; swim at your own risk
• We do not provide lifeguard services
• Swimmers are not permitted in the main body of water with open boating
• For your safety, the “buddy system” should always be used and parents should watch their children

• Please camp one vehicle deep on either side of the access road
• Keep exit routes for cars and RVs clear so they may easily vacate the campsite in the case of an emergency
• Park Rangers will request vehicles to be moved to decongest such areas
• Keep 20 feet or more between you and the next vehicle

• Campfires are permitted in metal containers only with a cleared 10 foot diameter area around the fire
• You can use braziers and BBQs for this purpose
• Please do not put trash in fire pits or barbeques

Toilets and Dumpsters
• Chemical toilets are provided throughout the points for your convenience
• Please do not throw cans, bottles, disposable diapers or any type of trash into chemical toilets; they damage our pumping equipment and delay cleaning
• Dump stations are located at McCandless Springs, “A” Loop and “B” and “C” loops
• Trash dumpsters are located in the high use areas on the points
• Please do not leave bags of trash on the shoreline; deposit in dumpsters

Drinking Water, Security, Quite Hours, Firearms
• Drinking water is available in most locations throughout the park
• Please lock up all your valuables and equipment securely at night
• Dogs are welcome, but must be kept on a 7 foot leash
• Quiet hours are 10:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m.; no radios, stereos, generators or loud noise
• Firearms, fireworks or anything that launches a projectile is prohibited

Monterey County Parks Dept.
General Correspondence
P.O. Box 5249
P.O. Box 5279
Salinas, CA 93915
831.755.4899 (Reservations)
831.755.4895 (Business)
888.588.2267 (Toll Free)

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