The Lake Nacimiento Resort is a pet-friendly recreational area in California. Just half an hour's drive from the small town of Bradley, this is a fantastic place to get some outdoor rest and relaxation. And you can take your pooch too. As unusual as it may be, they're also not averse to having cats as visitors either.
Pet parents are welcome to take their animals to the Lake Nacimiento Resort, whether canine or feline if they are camping or just dropping in to make the most of the area for the day. There is a small daily fee payable for each pet which is $2. This is on top of the normal day or yearly pass required for vehicles.
An annually valid pass costs $200 and also permits the holder access to the facilities at Lake San Antonio as well as all other Monterey County Parks. Camping fees vary depending on the season. Pet owners, whether using the resort for day use or camping are required to keep their dog's certifications for vaccinations, rabies and licensing on their person.
The Lake Nacimiento Resort encompasses the entire eighteen-mile-long reservoir and much of the surrounding countryside. The lake, backed by mountains, offers some stunning the scenery. No pup will be short of activities to tire them out. Along the lake's one hundred and sixty-five miles of shoreline, there are numerous places where dogs can leap into the water for a swim.
There is also a five-kilometer dog path which starts at the ranger station, winds through the lower hills and around several campsites before ending where it began. When out on the trails, pet parents need to keep an eye out for snakes. Most snakes in the area are harmless. Rattlesnake sightings are rare, but they do happen so being vigilant is a wise move and helps avoid problems.