There's a lot to learn about Lake County - the clean air, Clear Lake, Mt. Konocti, historic hot springs, resorts and more. Here's a few of the fun facts about the area:
Lake County has the cleanest air in California as certified by the State's Air Resources Board and an abundance of spring water.
Clear Lake is the largest natural freshwater lake in California, with 63 square miles of surface area, and more than 100 miles of shoreline. Average depth is 28 feet. Water temperature averages 61 degrees and varies from 48 degrees in the winter to 75 degrees in the summer.
Clear Lake may hold more fish per acre than any other lake in the country. Downed trees, tules, water grasses, and piers provide ideal habitat for sport fish such as bass, crappie, bluegill and catfish. Native fish include blackfish, Sacramento perch, tule perch, and hitch.
Clear Lake has been coined the "Bass Capital of the West".
North American's only species of eagles - bald eagles and golden eagles - come to Lake County to nest each year.
Lake County is the largest supplier of premium fresh pears in California. Since the first commercial Bartlett orchard was planted in the late 1880's, buyers have chosen Lake County pears.
Water levels can fluctuate
Located in Lucerne, California
On waterfront of Clear Lake
Haven on the Lake
Waterfront vacation rental