Between Annadel State Park and Howarth Park, City of Santa Rosa
This 320 acre park features camping, fishing, picnic areas with barbecues, and four group picnic areas . Trails are available for walking, hiking, bicycling and horseback riding. The park includes a 3 acre swimming lagoon and a 72-acre lake. Don't forget to visit the Visitors Center at Spring Lake for a wonderful all-age educational experience.
Enjoy the 3 acre swimming lagoon with sandy beach and concession stand. The swimming lagoon is staffed by lifeguards and is open from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day.
Note: dogs are not allowed around the swimming lagoon area, except on the lake side of the multi-use path.
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The 72-acre lake is open year-round and is a wonderful place to windsurf, canoe or paddle boat. Boats are available for rent from May through September from the Concession stand, located near the swimming lagoon. The boat ramp is open year-round and can accommodate watercraft up to 16 feet in length.
Fishing at the lake is very popular. Large mouth bass, sunfish and catfish can be caught year-round. A California fishing license is required for ages 16 and over.
The campground is open daily from May 1st through September 30th. From October 1st through April 30th, the campground is open on weekends and holidays. The group campground is open year round by reservation. Detailed camping information .
There are 200 picnic tables with barbecues located throughout the park, plus 4 group picnic areas that may be reserved. Call (707) 565-2041 for reservations.
Spring Lake is a paradise for hikers, joggers and strollers. Trails connect to neighboring parks, Howarth City Park and Annadel State Park, creating an outstanding 8-mile recreational facility. There are miles of easy trails and paths, plus the more rugged trails of Annadel State Park.
Equestrian trails follow the perimeter of the lake and connect with trails in Annadel State Park. You must bring your own mounts. For the bicycle enthusiasts, there are 2.3 miles of paved bicycle trails and many more miles of dirt trails. The maximum speed limit is 15 mph.