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Santa Margarita Lake, California

Santa Margarita Lake ain’t a half-bad place to enjoy a margarita, if you ask us. Located in the mountains outside San Luis Obispo, you could kick back by the lake and enjoy an icy cold one while Read more...
Santa Margarita Lake ain’t a half-bad place to enjoy a margarita, if you ask us. Located in the mountains outside San Luis Obispo, you could kick back by the lake and enjoy an icy cold one while contemplating what you’ll do next. You’ll need a while, because the list of things to do here is long. You could tour the outskirts of the lake on horseback, or paddle to the center in a kayak. Or maybe you’d rather take a scenic hike in the foothills. On the other hand, the more adventurous might enjoy cruising one of the many mountain biking paths in the area, while the more relaxed can cast a line in the lake and patiently wait for a bite. Whatever your speed, Santa Margarita Lake is sure to please.
Santa Margarita Lake Recreation Area
Jaymie: The drought really changes this place. The water level is v low so it's not like the lake is the point...
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