Lake Skinner County Park2 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: 37701 Warren Rd, Winchester, CA 92596, USA, United States
- Timings: 01:00 pm - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-9519261541
- Tags: Park, Family And Kids
Skinner Reservoir is a famous reservoir which was established in 1973. The reservoir is managed by Riverside County Regional Park and Open-Space District (RivCo Parks). It houses a recreational site which gives access to the visitors. It offers its visitors to enjoy a variety of water activities like swimming, fishing and sailing. The park offers you the chance to hike and horse ride here in the natural trails. You can accommodate in among one of the 330 campsites or 158 RV sites. The Solar Cup competition, Wine Festival and Temecula Valley Balloon are hosted in the open ground of Skinner Reservoir every year.
How to Reach Lake Skinner County Park
- Rented car/taxi
Lake Skinner County Park Reviews & Ratings
We actually visited the Splash Pad area and had a very fun time. Although we were bummed that this place was closed down last season, this season makes it worth the wait. The improvements made to the Splash Pad were a nice surprise, and have helped to make it an even better experience. The cost to get in is negligible when you consider all the fun you can have there. We are planning another day there soon, and hope to bring many more friends.
Great family spot, a little extra with the park and splash pad. Fishing isn't as eventful here but it's a great set up, especially with younger children. Tons of families that are friendly also come out which adds to the environment. Always have a good time.
I work here. It's just so Serene and peaceful. A beautiful Lake. You can go camping and fishing I highly recommend it
Beautiful lake views. A lot of areas to spend a relaxing day. They also have an area with a playground and a splash pad for the kids. They charge $6 per person to get in. There is also a campground and RV spaces for overnight stays.
My 10yo grandson and I had a very nice afternoon wandering around the lake. We took cameras, a picnic lunch and our dogs. Next time I will also take fishing equipment.