Green Valley Lake is located in the beautiful San Bernadino Mountains near the city of Running Springs. From I-10 take the 215 North to Hwy. 18 N. Then take 30 East to 330 North into the mountains to Running Springs. Then take 18 East to Green Valley Lake Rd. Go North about 3 miles. General Info: The lake sets at an elevation of 7,200 feet, nestled amongst the pine trees of the San Bernardino mountains. It is a small lake of 20 surface acres and 1 mile of shoreline at full capacity. Max. depth is 45-50 feet. It is privately operated primarily as a fishing lake, but does have a picnic area with barbeques and several hiking and mountain bike trails. There is also a beach area / playground for the kids. As long as the lake is not frozen, it is open year-round, sunrise to sunset. Freezing usually occurs from Dec. - Feb., at this time the lake is closed. Camping is available at nearby Green Valley Campground run by US Forestry. (909) 867-2009, camping: (877) 444-6777. 20 Other lakes and rivers in the area: Big Bear Lake Jenks Lake Arrowbear Lake Santa Ana River Boating Info: There are no private boats or float-tubes allowed on the lake. There are rowboats, paddleboats, and kayaks available for rent at the boat house (open 6am-8pm) Price is $15/3hrs. Fishing Info: Fishing is $15.00 for adults, an extra $1 for another pole (two is max). $8 for children 4-15. Trout are the main action here. They are stocked regularly by the DFG and private hatcheries. There are also Bass, Catfish, and Crappie in the lake. The lake usually freezes in the winter. No ice fishing is allowed. Be sure to visit the CDFW web site for complete regulations before heading out. The lake record rainbow trout is 13 pounds, 3 ounces.
- Listing type: Jetties, Marinas, Piers and Spits
- Country: United States
- Business Phone: (877) 444-6777
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