Agua Hedionda Lagoon (Carlsbad): Salt water, need city permit ($13/day Non-city Resident)
Barrett Reservoir (Barrett Lake): Wed/Sat/Sun by reservation with escort, $80?
Batiquitos Lagoon: Salt water, Not allowed
Dixon Reservoir (Escondido): Not allowed
El Capitan Reservoir (Alpine): Thu-Mon, $8 + $0 for single kayak
Lake Cuyamaca (Julian): 110 acre, Mem Day – Nov 1, $6 parking + $5 wash + $5 launch
Lake Henshaw (Santa Ysabel): Not allowed
Lake Hodges (Escondido): 15 miles shoreline, Wed/Sat/Sun only, $4 + $2, inspection required
Lake Jennings (El Cajon): Kayaks not allowed
Lake Morena (Campo): 9 miles shoreline, $6 + $3
Lake Murray (La Mesa): Wed/Sat/Sun $2
Loveland Reservoir (Alpine): Not allowed
Lake Poway (Poway): No private kayaks, can rent
Lake Wohlford (Escondido): Not allowed
Otay Reservoirs (El Cajon): Upper: Not allowed. Lower:  Wed/Sat/Sun $2
Miramar Lake (Scripps Ranch): 5 miles shoreline, $2
Santee Lakes (Santee): Not allowed
San Vicente Reservoir (Lakeside): Not allowed until ~2014
Sutherland Reservoir (Ramona): 5 miles shoreline, $2
Sweetwater Reservoir (Bonita): Not allowed
San Diego Area Kayaking
Of the 18 fresh water bodies listed below, only 9 can be used for kayaking. Every body of water has specific
rules regarding access. Some have been off-limits to boating for years due to water contact concerns, but
more are now trying to stop the expansion of Zebra and Quagga mussels by no longer allowing boats.

Costs and conditions listed are for 2010, but can be expected to change easily due to current economic
conditions.
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