Kayaking and Canoeing Now Allowed at Lake Cachuma in Santa Barbara County | KCET
Kayaking and Canoeing Now Allowed at Lake Cachuma in Santa Barbara County
If you're heading to a number of freshwater lakes in Southern California--say Casitas, Lopez, Piru or Santa Margarita--you're able to go kayaking or canoeing. But for Lake Cachuma, the only freshwater lake in Santa Barbara County, that has not been the case. At least until now.
On Saturday, after the county changed its rules, kayaking and canoeing on the 3,100-acre body of water (it has 42 miles of coastline) is no longer verboten. Boating was already allowed; swimming, however, is still not--that change basically would take an act of the legislature--but incidental contact, such as accidentally falling into the water, is okay.
Visitors bringing their own kayak or canoe must pay a $5 launch fee, in addition to entry fees, and pass an inspection for Quagga Mussel and other aquatic nuisance species. Rentals are also available, starting at $10 for the first hour.
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