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    Tuttletown Recreation Area New Melones Lake

    Sonora, California

    Tuttletown Recreation Area New Melones Lake

    Tuttletown Recreation Area (New Melones Lake) Professional Guide

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    "Finding the campground: From Sonora, drive about 8 miles northwest on CA 49 to Tuttletown. Turn left (west) onto Reynolds Ferry Road and drive 2 miles. About the campground: This large reservoir, the fifth-largest lake in California, has a surface area of more than 12,000 acres and almost 100 miles of shoreline.

    Rainbow trout, bass, bluegill, and catfish are the catches here, and the lake is heavily stocked annually with rainbow trout. Nearby is Natural Bridges, accessible from Parrott’s Ferry Road, with a hiking trail and a creek that flows through a marble cave. The Table Mountain Trail climbs to the top of an extensive lava flow that occurred over 9 million years ago. Elevation 1,100 feet. Stay limit 14 days. Open all year."

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    Sonora
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    Camping Northern California

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    Kid-friendly
    Accessibility
    164
    Campsites
    Year-round
    Season
    Boat Launch/Ramp, Swimming, Boating, Fishing, Mountain Biking, Biking
    Additional Use
    US Bureau of Reclamation, (209) 536-9094.
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    $0-$20+
    Fees per Night
    Tables, grills, drinking water, showers, flush toilets, dump station, playground, boat ramp.
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