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Sugar Pine Reservoir Professional Review and Guide
"A beautiful, forested mountain reservoir 17 miles northeast of Foresthill, with campgrounds for the entire family. Scattered around this lake are two family campgrounds, two group campgrounds, hiking trails, sandy shorelines, and a boat-launching ramp. They are usually open from late April to mid October. The 10-m.p.h. boating speed limit attracts canoes. The Fish Sniffer reports good fishing for trout and black bass. In 1981 the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation completed Sugar Pine Reservoir as a local water supply for the Foresthill Divide. Tahoe National Forest manages this concession-operated fee area."
--Charlie Pike, Paddling Northern California (Falcon Guides).
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