Lake Perris SRA Luiseño Campground

Lake Perris SRA Luiseño Campground

Location: 17801 Lake Perris Drive, Perris, California, 92571
Lat/Long: 33.871594 / -117.178196
Phone No: 800-444-7275
Website : http://www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=651
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Amenities Onsite: Water | Electric | Grey water sewer | Camp store | Dump station | Fire rings | Wood$ | Ice$ | Picnic tables | Restrooms | Showers | Paved roads | Paved pads | Marina | Boat slips | Launch ramps |
Amenities Nearby : Farmers Fairground | Fuel | Restaurants | Grocery stores | Hardware | Closest services are in the City of Parris |
Recreation Onsite: Boating | Fishing | Regional Indian Museum | Hiking | Swimming | Bike rentals | Mountain bike trails | Horse trails |
Recreation Nearby: March Field Air Museum(5mi) | Farmers Fairgrounds(1mi) |

Description

California, Lake Perris State Recreation Area (SRA) Luiseño Campground.  Phone 800-444-7275

Directions:

Lake Perris SRA is located 11 miles south of Riverside.
From Highway 60: take Moreno Beach Drive for 3 miles to entrance.
 
From I-215: Exit the I-215 South bound at the Ramona Expressway and turn left towards the east on the expressway.  In about 2 miles turn left onto Lake Perris Rd.  Proceed about a mile and the road will enter the park.  While on Lake Perris Road the Dam can be seen on the right side. 

Comment

The campground and lake are open year round.
Latitude/Longitude: 33.8375 /-117.1400
Elevation:  1560 feet
Tenting and RV camp sites are available.  Cabins are not available.
Maximum RV length is 31 feet.
There are 432 campgrounds at this location.
Group campsites are available.
 
The Lake Perris Luiseño Campground has both RV hook-up sites and non-hook up tent/trailer sites.  Select campsites have Grey Water Connections.  There are no Black Water Connections.  This is different from most campgrounds in that you can only dump your gray water at the camp site.  Black water must be taken to the parks dump station.  If you dump the black water at the camp site it WILL clog the system and overflow.
 
Every site has a picnic table and a fire ring with a grill. There are shade trees, however it can get very hot in the summer and extra shade canopies are highly recommended. Water and restrooms with free hot showers are nearby and accommodate wheelchairs.  Campers who visit during the off-season (December 1st- February 28th) will be treated to an uncrowded park, beautiful weather, and reduced camping rates.

Reservations can be made at Reserve America.  http://www.reserveamerica.com/ or by clicking the RED "Book Now" button above.  Boat reservations can also be made with the same RED button.

Lake Perris has 7 primitive equestrian campsites and corrals.

Fire wood and ice are available in the park.

The lake is within walking distance from all camp spots however, spots 110 through 159 are the closest walking distance.  There are no camp spots on the lake.

If you are touring the local area, make sure you visit the March Field Air Museum.  There is an amazing selection of aircraft including a SR-71.

If you are a mountain bike rider, take advantage of the trail that completely circles the lake.

Lake Parris is a small fishing and boating lake.  The maximum boat speed on the lake is 35 MPH.  There are boating limitations including no float toy towing.  Make sure you find out what those regulations are before you enter the lake.

Click the PHOTOS tab to see campground and lake pictures.  A picture is worth a thousand words.  Tapping the right or left side of the photo will move to the next picture.


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