Camping, fishing, hiking, kayaking and boating, paddle boarding, running, mountain biking, swimming and doing nothing all make it very easy to spend a week at Webber Lake.
Camping: Webber Lake Campground’s 45 sites are open June through mid-October. Most sites can accommodate tents and RVs up to 50’. The sites are spacious, well shaded and come with a table, fire pit and bear box. Sorry, hook-ups and a dump station are not available. We love dogs but they must be leashed in the campground. Reservations are strongly suggested, although not required. Reserve your campsite!
Boating: Watercraft of all kind are welcome, but there is a 5-mph speed limit. Due to concern about aquatic invasive species (AIS) your craft is likely to be inspected. A boat ramp and trailer parking are available. Sierra Country requires an AIS form be completed before launching that you download here
Fishing: Webber Lake is legendary for anglers and arguably the birthplace of sport fishing in the Sierra when Dr. Webber first stocked the lake in 1860. Conventional gear fishing and fly fishing are permitted. Fishing is regulated by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Sierra District General regulations.
Hiking: The Lacey Valley Trail, about six miles roundtrip, offers an easy and memorable hike. The meadows offer spectacular wildflowers in spring and summer and are host to over one hundred species of birds, including rare and endangered species. The trail begins at trailhead at the west end of the lake. (Signs will direct you.) No bridge across Lacey Creek.