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Success Lake
Success Lake
Success Lake

Success Lake, California

Formed by the dam of its namesake, Lake Success has a capacity of 82,000 acre-feet of water, making it a great success (Borat voice) for anyone looking for a little recreation. Read more...

Formed by the dam of its namesake, Lake Success has a capacity of 82,000 acre-feet of water, making it a great success (Borat voice) for anyone looking for a little recreation. Visitors enjoy boating, camping, fishing, swimming, horseback riding and wildlife viewing in this scenic park with the Sierra Nevada postured in the background.

Success Marina has got the complete goods with boating supplies, rental and fuels. Hunting is kosher in the 1,400 acre Wildlife Management Area so long as California Hunting Regulations are respected. Popular game species include pheasant and dove.

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