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FINNON

FINNON

LAKE

LAKE

 Notice: www.finnonlake.com is not associated with the lake’s owning entity.  Click Me!

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AREA ACTIVITIES

& RESTORATION

AREA ACTIVITIES

& RESTORATION

The slide show, below, hosts photos of Finnon Lake and campgrounds prior to dam reconstruction. Current photos are on the History & Restoring pages.

Top of Page WEATHER

Weather at Finnon


For weather information click the forecaster.

Wlidlife Awareness


Your awareness of your surroundings in the forest is all too important. Be vigilant!

Finnon Lake campground is open -   The spillway bridge has been replaced and is large enough to support motor homes.  Fishing is allowed but is catch and release, no live bait, lures only; click HERE for the campsite map, an on-line reservation form, and contact information.  


Take advantage of the increased water depths while it lasts before the dry summer months. Water increase thanks to the latest series of storms during the winter of 2016 - 2017.  

CAMPING INFORMATION

CAMPFIRE TIPS

Click on the Cal Fire Insignia for the tips, and remember SAFETY is always the first priority.

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BELOW ARE PHOTOS OF SOME OF THE ANIMALS THAT CAN BE FOUND IN THE AREA, REMEMBER THIS IS THEIR HOME!

GRAY FOX                

Click on a photo to hear a sampling sound for that animal.  A small window will open with a control bar for volume, replaying, etc.  Please note that these are not the only sounds that these animals can make.  These are just samplings to give an idea of what sounds you may encounter when visiting this area of the Sierra Foothills.  There are many types of animals to be found here.  Eagles, vultures, hawks, frogs, toads, lizards, rabbits, ground squirrels, tree squirrels, deer, skunk, owls, crested jays, clown woodpeckers, king snakes, garter snakes, tarantulas and more. Please enjoy nature’s gifts to us and look but don’t touch!  Remember - you leave them alone and they’ll leave you alone!

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While you’re visiting this website please check out our other pages of information. Check out the Maps & Activities pages for an array of things to do in the area and go to the History & Restoring pages for information on Finnon Lake including links to archived restoration information.

There are several additional campgrounds in the neighboring Eldorado National Forest which are quite nice, scenic, with boating and fishing available, and can accommodate everything from backpackers to tents to very large RVs - Some are open year-round, some have cabins for rent, for a listing of these great campgrounds please click  HERE.

(Please note it may take a few moments for the linked page to appear)

PLEASE!   WHEN VISITING FINNON PLEASE BE SAFE WITH FIRE, MATCHES, BBQ’S, CIGARETTES, CAMPFIRES, or ANYTHING THAT CAN START or FUEL A FIRE.  

FIRE SAFETY IS 365 DAYS A YEAR!

CANADIAN GOOSE

BATS

COYOTE

RATTLESNAKE

BLACK BEAR

COUGAR

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