Folsom Lake State Recreation Area, Granite Bay

Folsom Lake State Recreation Area, Granite Bay - Address

Address: 7755 Folsom-Auburn Road, Folsom, CA 95746, USA

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About Folsom Lake State Recreation Area, Granite Bay

The Folsom Lake State Recreation Area surrounds the Folsom reservoir in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada, and is managed by the California Department of Parks and Recreation. It is located near the city of Folsom, California, about 25 miles (40 km) east of Sacramento.

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Overview of Folsom Lake State Recreation Area

Folsom Lake State Recreation Area lies in the city of Granite Bay in United States. Folsom Lake State Recreation Area is not the prime point of interest of Granite Bay. Although, you can pay a quick visit to it if you are around.

Local travel guides will amplify your fun in the city as they walk you around the major attractions. You can book Granite Bay tours for such assistance.

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Explore Folsom Lake State Recreation Area and other prime spots of the city using Granite Bay trip planner.

You can add cozy hotels in Granite Bay like Comfort Inn & Suites Near Folsom Lake Rancho Cordova, Hawthorn Suites By Wyndham Rancho Cordova/folsom and Hyatt Place Sacramento Roseville.

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  • Really nice variety of campsites. Watch out for the ground squirrels though. Some sites are overrun during most daylight hours. They are cute but it ends THERE; they're unafraid, invasive, smart and BOLD!! They have almost no fear of humans when they want to pilfer your site. They will get to anything they want bad enough by tearing or chewing through it......including tents. I highly recommend storing your food and other items you value in your vehicle anytime you leave your site at night or during the day....squirrels go away at night when the nighttime animals venture out.

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  • First time to this lake for boating. Having the option to launch from one of their many launches makes for awesomeness. Nice greenish clear water with a 5 foot or so visibility. Open, many coves for those that want to anchor. Is fed by the American river, so very clean, almost drinkable water.

  • Nice area park for tents and/or RVs. Hookups or dry camping for rvs. Public restrooms available. Drinking water available. Sr. Discounts. Dump station for a fee. Lake popular for boating and fishing.

  • Google maps could not take us there, they charge $12 to enter the park and there is very limited parking. Nice place though!

  • Beals Point main campground is just off Auburn Folsom Rd and walking distance to Folsom Lake however no direct views of lake from campground however very nice nature area. The primitive off season sites: $28 Reservation fee $8 Extra vehicle $12 per night 2 vehicles are allowed per site Full hook up is $58 Coin operated showers are $1.00 for 10 minutes. Bike trail beside campground Quiet hours from 10pm to 6am Generators may be used 10am and 8pm

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