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Millerton Lake State Recreation Area

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Millerton Lake
Millerton Lake
Millerton Lake
Millerton Lake

Millerton Lake State Recreation Area, California

Ahh, have you ever found yourself in the San Joaquin Valley just craving some awesome high-quality recreational activities? Of course you have, and we have your answer--Millerton Lake State Recreation Read more...
Ahh, have you ever found yourself in the San Joaquin Valley just craving some awesome high-quality recreational activities? Of course you have, and we have your answer--Millerton Lake State Recreation Area! With an abundance of water-oriented exploits as well as some great Central California hiking, Millerton Lake SRA is great for the family or anyone with a sense of adventure. Located just 20 miles northeast of Fresno, everyone can enjoy the reservoir and beautiful area. Also if you get lucky (or just take one of the tours), you’ll see one of the most majestic animals in all the land--our very own bald eagle!
Millerton Lake Campground
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