Lake Piru’s Condor Point picnic area will be closed to the public until after Thanksgiving as we begin construction improvements to the area. We appreciate your patience and can’t wait to show off the new and improved Condor Point picnic area…stay tuned!
Lake Piru Recreation Area will be closed for maintenance all day on Monday, November 7, and will reopen (regular hours) on Tuesday, November 8.
Picturesque Lake Piru offers endless recreation opportunities just 50 miles north of Los Angeles. The lake and recreation area are owned and operated by United Water Conservation District and are a hub for fishing, camping, watersports and picnicking.
LAKE PIRU RECREATION AREA IS OPEN FOR OVERNIGHT CAMPING
Reservations are available online via the exciting new ExploreLakePiru.com website
We’ve been making a number of improvements to the Lake Piru Recreation Area during the past few months and are excited to welcome guests back to enjoy overnight camping, as well as boating, sailing, kayaking, paddle boarding, fishing, waterskiing, hiking and more family fun activities outdoors and on shore including picnicking, basketball courts, volleyball nets, horseshoe pits and a 9-hole disc golf course!
While social distancing, masks and other COVID-19 public health protocols are still being practiced at the lake, our Rangers and staff will be taking every precaution to ensure a safe, fun family experience for all our guests.
Visit the new ExploreLakePiru.com website and try out our new and improved online reservation system where you can view all available campsites, select your camping dates and specific site, include additional guests, vehicles, pets and order amenities like firewood or ice from the Lake Piru store, and charge it all to your credit or debit card.
If you need help with your reservation or have a specific special request, please contact our Lake Piru Rangers at (805) 521-1500.