Lake Perris

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FAMILY & GROUP CAMPING AND PICNICKING (CONTINUED) • Maximum length of stay: 15 days between June I and November 30; 30 days between December 1 and May 31. • Campfires are permitted only in fire rings and grills. Open ground fires are not permitted. • Campsites should be left clean and free of vandalism. All litter must be deposited in a trash receptacle. • Drains in RV loops are for gray water (sink water) only, not sewage. Sanitation stations are available near the Nature Corner, north of the campground office. BOATING AND WATERCRAFT • Vessel and watercraft operators must be 16 years of age or older. • Direction of travel is counterclockwise in the 35 mph zone (except for vessels under sail). • All persons except water-skiers must be in the passenger compartment while vessel is underway. NO BOW RIDING! No swimming from boats! • At all times an observer at least 12 years old in the towing vessel must be in a position to watch the skier. An orange flag must be displayed when a skier or equipment is in the water. • Only wake boards, water skis, and aquaplanes may be towed with a ski rope. • NO WAKE! Use idle speed from shore to buoys. Entire east end of the lake is 5 mph only. • Maximum speed on lake is 35 mph. Speed before sunrise is limited to 5 mph; running lights are required. Vessels must be off the lake by sunset. • During restricted visibility (fog, etc.) the speed limit is 5 mph, and running lights are required. • Vessels are not allowed within 50 ft. of posted swim areas. • Current boat registration, tags, and CF# must be affixed to the vessel. A U.S. Coast Guard (USCG)approved fire extinguisher must be on board. Each person on board must have a USCGapproved Type 1, 2, or 3 personal flotation device (PFD) available on board the vessel. • • • • • All children 11 and under must wear PFDs at all times. Boats must have a whistle or other sound-producing device on board. Jet skis, wave runners, and two-stroke engines are allowed. Kite surfing is not allowed due to the defined direction of travel in the lake. If you are unsure of any laws pertaining to watercraft use, ask a lifeguard or ranger. Federal Inland Navigation Rules apply on the lake. SWIMMING • Never swim alone. • All children under 14 must be supervised by an adult. • Please swim near lifeguard stations in designated swim areas only. • Coast guard-approved lifejackets are recommended for non-swimmers and children. • No glass, dogs, or children in diapers are allowed on the swim beaches. PETS • Pets must be leashed (6’ or less), caged, or in a tent, motor home, or vehicle at all times. They must not be left unattended. Please clean up after your pets. • Pets are allowed on watercraft, but may not have any body contact with the water at any time. Pets are NOT allowed on Alessandro Island or on beaches. • If you see a loose pet, inform a park employee so that the animal can be taken to the animal shelter. REGIONAL INDIAN MUSEUM & PARK EVENTS • The museum is open Fridays 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. • Lake Perris SRA offers many programs for youth: Junior Lifeguards, Junior Rangers, Aquatic Adventure Camp, nature walks, campfire programs, and more. • Call (951) 940-5657 or (951) 940-5600 for more information. WE HOPE YOU ENJOY YOUR VISIT TO LAKE PERRIS AND WILL RETURN SOON. Lake Perris State Recreation Area 17801 Lake Perris Drive, Perris, CA (951) 940-5600 Nestled between Moreno Valley and Perris, Lake Perris SRA provides a place to escape the bustle of city life and the heat in the summer. Many recreational activities are enjoyed at Lake Perris SRA such as: hiking, biking, water-skiing, boating, jet skiing, fishing, swimming, horseback riding, camping, and picnicking. PARK REGULATIONS • If you have an emergency, call 911. If you observe any violation of these rules, please tell a uniformed employee at an entry kiosk or at the campground kiosk (please provide the location of the problem). • Speed Limits: Please obey all posted speed limits. The speed limit in the campground is 15 mph. • Possession and consumption of alcoholic beverages is prohibited in all day-use areas. • Motorized vehicles driven in the park (e.g., cars, motorbikes, children’s miniature motorcycles, and golf carts) must be registered with the DMV and have a street-legal license plate. • Your campground or day-use receipt must be displayed in the lower left corner of your windshield (driver’s side). • Parking is allowed in designated spaces only. No double parking is allowed and vehicles may not park in pull-through spaces at the launch ramps unless pulling a trailer. Please keep vehicles on the pavement at all times. Driving off-road is prohibited except for the launching of sail and hand-powered watercraft. • Vehicles must display disabled plates/placards when parking in disabled spaces. Vehicles displaying disabled plates/placards may park on the beach at Sail Cove. • All park wildlife and plants are protected. Please do not feed, harass, or injure wildlife. Do not cut trees or other plants, or collect downed wood. other electrical device that emits sound must be turned off. Please be considerate of other campers and keep any noise contained within your campsite. Your cooperation is appreciated. • Campsites are site-specific. Call (800)444-7275 for reservations. Campsite changes are not allowed. • Campsite fees include one vehicle. Any vehicles, up to the maximum of three, will be charged an extra vehicle fee for each day they are in the park. • Each child under 18 years old wanting to camp at Lake Perris without adult supervision must provide the campground staff with a permission slip. It must be signed by a parent or guardian, and show two working telephone numbers. A parent/guardian must be available for contact by Lake Perris staff. (CONTINUED ON BACK PAGE) FAMILY & GROUP CAMPING AND PICNICKING • Quiet hours are from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. During quiet hours all radios, televisions, generators, and any CAMPING RESERVATIONS: You may make camping reservations by calling (800) 444-7275 (TTY 800-274-7275). To make online reservations, visit our website at www.parks.ca.gov. ALTERNATE FORMAT: If you need this publication in an alternate format, contact interp@parks.ca.gov. 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