Coronavirus Update: Lake Jennings
Friday, February 19, 2021
The campground will be re-opening immediately. Reservations will be permitted on a first-come first serve basis.
Only people from the same household may occupy the same campsite with a maximum of 6 campers.
Only registered campers permitted in the campground – no visitor or day use access at this time.
All campers must comply with current County of San Diego health orders including mask wearing and social distancing when applicable.
Campers who have their own restroom facilities are encouraged to use them instead of the communal restrooms.
All restrooms will be cleaned throughout the day with an EPA approved sanitizer effective against COVID-19.
All campground check in is done over the phone prior to camper arrival and all items (firewood, ice, etc.) will be delivered without contact to campsites.
The lake loop trail is open to registered campers only from Sentry Point to Eagle Point.
The playground, pavilion, play area and drinking fountains are closed.
Fishing from the campground shoreline between Sentry Point and Eagle Point will be open to registered campers only who have purchased their fishing permits between 7:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
The recreation side of the lake is open every Friday, 3:00 p.m. to midnight and Saturday and Sunday from 6:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
All anglers and day use customers must comply with current San Diego County Health Order including mask wearing and social distancing when applicable.
Masks are required in line and inside the Bait and Tackle Shop.
Only one customer or family unit are permitted in the Bait and Tackle Shop at a time. Please respect social distancing while in line outside.
Fishing and Day Use permits must be purchased at the Bait and Tackle Shop. Payment with card will be encouraged.
There is no access to the Campground side of the property or past Eagle Point for non-registered campers at this time.
Shore fishing is permitted from Cloister Cove to Eagle Point only.
Boat Rentals are available during lake open hours on a first come, first served basis but only members of a shared household are permitted in a boat rental.
When private launching is available, launch permits must be purchased at the Bait and Tackle Shop. All boaters must comply with the current San Diego County Health Order regarding recreational boating.
We really appreciate your continued understanding and compliance in this difficult time while we work to provide you with a safe recreation destination.
Lake Jennings Staff