Miramar and Murray reservoirs open as of May 15, Lower Otay Reservoir open as of May 16. All other reservoirs remain closed until further notice.
Reservoirs and Lakes
Open daily - sunrise to sunset
OPEN - Memorial Day, Independence Day and Labor Day
CLOSED - Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Day
Water Activities, including:
Gas barbecues allowed in designated areas
No Stand Up Paddleboards
No Dogs Allowed on Boats
No Ground Fires
No Glass Containers
No Fish Cleaning Stations
What you'll find here...
A valid California Fishing License is required for anglers 16 years of age or older. California Department of Fish and Wildlife Freshwater Sport Regulations and City Regulations are strictly enforced.
CASH OR CHECK ONLY
|Adults||$8 per person|
|Youth (ages 8 to 15)
Children 7 and under are free.
|$2.50 per person|
|Seniors (age 65 and older)||$4 per person|
Private Boating and Watercraft, including:
|$7 per boat/craft|
Concession facilitates may or may not be available. See Rocky Mountain Concession's website for their operating schedule.
Miramar Reservoir is owned, operated and maintained by the City of San Diego. Located in the Scripps Ranch community, the dam and reservoir were completed in 1960 as part of the second San Diego Aqueduct project. Water flowing south to the reservoir originates from both the Colorado River Aqueduct and the California Aqueduct. The reservoir is adjacent to the City's Miramar Water Treatment Plant, which serves the northern part of the City. When full, the reservoir has 162 surface acres, a maximum water depth of 114 feet and four shoreline miles. Miramar Reservoir has a water storage capacity of 6,682.4-acre feet. Water levels are monitored weekly.
Photo courtesy of SDFish.com