Lake County

Lake County

Lake County, CA - Simply Paradise

Welcome to Lake County! Just two hours by car from the San Francisco Bay Area, the Sacramento Valley, and the Pacific Coast, Lake County is known for its spectacular beauty, headliner concerts, unsurpassed recreation, and fine wines. Nestled between three of the most famous wine areas in the United States - Mendocino, Sonoma, and Napa counties - Lake County is fast becoming a destination winetasting region and has been number three in the country for winegrape sales over the past two years.

Lake County keeps a full calendar of events and plentiful activities throughout the year, with distinct seasons to support them all. With its untarnished landscapes, friendly communities, affordability, and Clear Lake - the largest natural freshwater lake in California and possibly the oldest in North America - Lake County is not only a great vacation destination, but also the choice of thousands as a relocation destination.

Visitors looking to spend a couple of nights or longer vacation can choose from ample accommodations ranging from basic camping facilities to cozy bed-and-breakfast inns and full-scale hotels. Several resorts around Clear Lake, on Cobb Mountain, and at Blue Lakes feature self-contained cabins and cottages.

6110 East Highway 20
P.O. Box 1025
Lucerne, CA 95458
Main: 800-LAKESIDE
Email: [email protected]

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Directions: From the Sacramento Area and Upper and Central Valleys...
From Interstate 5 at Williams travel west onto Highway 20 (the Tahoe-Pacific Heritage Corridor). The drive from Sacramento is just over 100 miles and takes about two hours.

From Alameda, Contra Costa, Solano, and Napa Counties...
Take Highway 29 north through Napa Valley and over Mt. St. Helena into Middletown. From there, you may choose to turn onto Highway 175 over Cobb Mountain ending in the Kelseyville area; or continue on Highway 29 to its intersection with Highway 53 in Lower Lake. Highway 53 will take you to the city of Clearlake. Highway 29 continues north to Kelseyville and Lakeport.

From San Francisco, Marin, Sonoma, and Mendocino Counties...
Take Highway 101 north; at Hopland take Highway 175 the 19 miles to Lakeport. You can skip the twists and turns of Highway 175 by continuing north on Highway 101 and take Highway 20 east just north of Ukiah.
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