Lake San Antonio Campgrounds
Lake San Antonio is 22 miles north of Paso Robles and only 7 miles from Lake Nacimiento. The campgrounds at the lake are operated by Monterey County Parks. Visitors to the lake enjoy waterskiing, jet skiing, fishing, swimming, mountain biking, hiking, and eagle watching. A nearby marina has boat rentals.
Three standard family campgrounds are located along the Lake San Antonio's South Shore - Harris Creek Campground, Lynch Campground, and Redondo Vista Campground. Most sites are first come, first served, except for the 15 hook-up sites at Redondo Vista which may be reserved ahead of time.
- Harris Creek Campground has 91 campsites for RVs, trailers, and tents close to the lake, but no hook-ups
- Lynch Campground offers 105 sites tucked in a canyon close to the marina. Fifty-four of those campsites have water and electric hook-ups. The other sites can accommodate RVs, trailers, and tents.
- Redondo Vista Campground has more than 259 campsites about a mile from the lake. Eight-six of the sites at Redondo Vista have full hook-ups. The others can accommodate RVs, trailers and tents.
There are also many Group Campsites available on the south shore.
Lake San Antonio South Shore Group Campsites
Four group sites are available on the south shore of Lake San Antonio.
Two of the sites are within the Redondo Vista Campground. E Loop Group Area contains 35 hook-up sites and includes the Oakroom Group Building with rental of 10 or more sites. The area includes outdoor light and horseshoe pits. J Loop Group Area has 13 sites in the middle of the loop.
At Harris Creek the A Loop Group Area, which is actually 2 loops, has 26 sites with electric and water hook-ups. The sites have views of the lake.
Lynch Campground has the H Loop Group Area with 16 regular campsites.
Fees: Monterey County Parks Rates & Reservations
Reservations: available up to one year in advance - (805) 472-2311