San Diego City Lakes
The eight lakes in San Diego are:
- Lake Barrett - 811 acres of
- Lake El Capitan - 1,574 acres, with
an elevation of 714 feet.
- Lake Hodges - 1,234 acres, elevation
330, and 12 miles of chaparral covered shoreline.
- Lake Lower Otay - 1,266 acres, with
13 miles of shoreline at an elevation of 492 feet -, in the chaparral
covered hills east of Chula Vista.
- Lake Miramar - 162 acres, and 4
miles of shoreline.
- Lake Murray - is an "in
town" reservoir and stocked weekly with rainbow trout.
- Lake San Vicente - 1,069 acres, with
14 miles of shoreline at an elevation of 659 feet.
- Lake Southerland - 557 acres at
maximum capacity, 11 miles of chaparral and oak covered shoreline, at an
elevation of 2,074 northeast of Ramona.
There are numerous rules and
regulations for each of lakes and they may change depending on the time of the
year. In addition, a variety of fish species are featured at
different lakes so it is best to check ahead.
Utilities - Lake Recreation,
Moreno Avenue Lakeside, CA 92040-1135