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California: Lake Perris State Recreation Area
Posted on Saturday, November 05 @ 19:45:20 CST by iljiana

Horse Camping & Trails 17801 Lake Perris Drive
Perris, California 92571
Latitude/Longitude: 33.8375 /-117.1400
Elevation: 1588 feet


The white sand of Perris Beach stretches off in both directions and the expanse of blue water glitters in the sunlight, lonely and calm it makes a great place to just sit and relax at this time of year. The mountains on the other side of the lake are heavy with winter fog this early morning, and there is barely a breeze to disturb the trees. To the east end, Allesandro Island looms like some great beast rising out of the still water.
The hundred bird silence is only briefly disturbed by the soft hum of a passing vehicle. Squirrels, pudgy for the winter, are rolling in the dust and dancing between the bushes, and small birds skipping along the grass between the golden leaves of autumn and fallen pine cones. The silhouette of a lone fisherman on the bow of his boat and the wake left by a low flying egret’s wing tips barely brushing the water, these are the things that we come to find. This is Lake Perris. A quiet calm in the middle of the hectic city, a little piece of nature to escape to when all you want to hear is the sound of the wind.
Horse Camping

The primitive Horse Camp is separate from the regular family camping. With corrals, water troughs, picnic tables, campfire rings, drinking water and chemical toilets each of the 7 units will accommodate a maximum of 8 people and a maximum of three licensed vehicles with horse trailers. Each site is allowed a maximum of two horses per site. Each Camp site covers one (1) vehicle free and one legally towed vehicle. Extra vehicles (up to the maximum) are $8.00 per day, each. If you would like to reserve in advance there is a $6.75 non refundable reservation fee.

Horse Camp Site:
$21.00 per unit.
No Alcohol Use.
Lake Perris does not rent horses.

Reservations can be made at the Lake Perris State Recreation Area Campground. The campground accepts Cash, Cashier's Check and Money Order for large group reservations. The park is unable to process ATM, Debit or Credit Cards.

The recreation area is located 11 miles south of Riverside via Highway 60 or I 215.

From the 60 freeway east, exit Moreno Beach Dr. Go right (R) to Via Del Lago and make a left (L). Via Del Lago will come straight into the park at the Moreno Valley Entrance.

From the 215 south, exit Ramona Expressway and go left (L), to Lake Perris Drive (do not confuse with Perris Blvd), make another left (L). This brings you straight to the Perris Entrance.

If you are coming from south of the Recreation Area then you will need to come up the 215 north, exit the Ramona Expressway and make a right (R) to Lake Perris Drive (do not confuse with Perris Blvd) and make a left (L). This brings you to the Perris Entrance.

For more information:
http://www.parks.ca.gov/default.asp?page_id=651




 
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