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  • Lake Nacimiento Resort
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    Lake Nacimiento Resort is a full-service park set among towering pines and shady oak trees in the Coastal Mountains of San Luis Obispo County. The resort offers accommodations for every taste, including fully-furnished lake view lodges with breathtaking views of the lake from all units. Self-contained RV rental trailers are also available for those who enjoy the outdoors with the conveniences of home. The park's campsites offer full hookup sites (water, sewer, and electric), as well as tent camping facilities. The park's marina features boat slips, boat rentals, and a fully stocked marina store with bait and boating accessories. A year-round general store and a seasonal restaurant are at the water's edge.
  • Bee Rock Cove
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    A bedroom community between the dam and Oak Shores on the north side of the lake
  • Heritage Ranch - River View Estates & Lakeside
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    Welcome!  Heritage Ranch encompasses approximately 9,150 total acres with 2,104 single-family residential lots presently developed and 5,100 acres of dedicated open space.    Open space consists of the many amenities along with undeveloped common area which is kept in a natural state consisting primarily of native grasses and oak trees.  Heritage Ranch is located in San Luis Obispo County, California along the southern shoreline of Nacimiento Lake.  Nacimiento Lake's elevation at full capacity is 800 feet with 5,400 surface acres of water and a 16 mile pool length.
    Heritage Ranch is managed through a homeowner's association, the Heritage Ranch Owners' Association which was incorporated in 1972.  There are presently sixteen (16) separate tracts developed with a total build-out projected at 2,900 private lots.
  • Snake Creek
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    Snake Creek is a stream located just 1.8 miles from Lake Nacimiento, in San Luis Obispo County, in the state of California, United States. Fishermen will find a variety of fish including sucker, white bass, redear sunfish, smallmouth bass and rainbow trout here. Whether you’re fly fishing, spinning or baitcasting your chances of getting a bite here are good. So grab your favorite fly fishing rod and reel, and head out to Snake Creek.
  • Slalom Course & Dip Creek
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    After getting the slalom course installed, Mark Montgomery wanted to get others started in competitive skiing, so he founded the Far West Water Ski Club. The Far West Water Ski club has been in continuous operation ever since. Over the years there have been many dedicated skiers who have served as officers in the FWWSC and many more who have volunteered countless hours to help maintain the slalom course and dock on Lake Nacimiento. Many FWWSC members have left the club to pursue their competitive skiing through AWSA sanctioned tournaments. Lake Nacimiento's public slalom course has been the first slalom course experience for many skiers. Throughout the years skiers have come and gone, but there are still quite of few original Far West Club Members still active and participating in the FWWSC.
  • Oak Shores - Oak Shores Community Association
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    Oak Shores is a private lakefront recreational community located among the hills 45 minutes west of Paso Robles, off the picturesque historical trail of highway G-14, on Lake Nacimiento. This spectacular hideaway includes 626 homes with a long-term potential growth plan of 1,750.  The climate offers the best of California seasons. Oak Shores has much to offer its residents and guests.  Amenities include a Marina with excellent launch ramps, private and courtesy boat slips, a Clubhouse, a new swimming pool, a campground, and a miniature golf course.  Sunny days, spectacular starlit nights, surrounding mountain vistas, a wonderful lake and friendly people make Oak Shores a premier recreation community.  
  • Cantinas Creek
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    The Cantinas Creek is located in San Luis Obispo County in the State of California. The Cantinas Creek is located at the latitude and longitude coordinates of 35.7588574 and -121.0065776 at an elevation of 245 feet. The topological map of Cantinas Creek is drawn on and part of the United States Geological Service (USGS) area map of Bryson. Fishing enthusiasts interested in fishing near Cantinas Creek should print out the Topo map and take it with them on their fishing trip. Always contact the local Department of Natural Resources (DNR) for more detailed information and to learn about the regulations for fishing in the area. Fishermen and Fisherwomen should also submit a comment or report on Cantinas Creek to help out their fellow anglers.
  • Las Tablas Creek
  • Running Deer Ranch
  • Town Creek
  • Tri-Counties Ski Club
  • Cal-Shasta
  • Swamp John
  • Christmas Cove
  • Ranchos Del Lago
  • South Shore Village
  • Dry Creek
  • Grizzly Bend
  • Little Burnett
  • Beasley Flat