Loch Lomond is a reservoir in the Santa Cruz Mountains near Lompico, California in Santa Cruz County, California. Loch Lomond has the latitude and longitude (37.10883, -122.06679) and the altitude is 1000 feet and was created by building a dam across the Newell Creek. The Dam is an earth fill barricade, 190 ft (58 m) by 750 ft (230 m). This water provides a portion of the drinking water supply for the city of Santa Cruz, California. Boating, fishing, picnicking and hiking take place at the reservoir. No swimming is allowed. The reservoir has a boat rental and snack shop and is open every day from March 1 to September 15, And Weekends only from September 15 to October 17.
Loch Lomond is a gorgeous recreation area which provides outstanding hiking, low-speed boating (with rentals available), and good fishing for bass, bluegill, and trout. Loch Lomond is one of the best bass lakes in the Bay Area’s nine counties, with good numbers of two and three-pound bass, which are best caught during an early-morning bite in spring for those using white spinner baits and Senkos. There are also some monsters in this lake.
Things To Do:
- Hatchery Trout
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