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The best camper van rentals near San Luis Creek Reservoir, CA

San Luis Creek Reservoir is a quiet and serene place in the hills with three lakes that offer great angling opportunities. Nestled near historic Pacheco Pass, it's a great place to get away with a camper van rental.

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The state owned land has three different water bodies: East Lake (largest), South Slough Creek Marsh area, and West Santa Margarita Canyon Shoreline which stretches along Highway 152 past Auberry Hot Springs Village and Warming House.

North and South Beach are two of the most popular areas in this state park, which has about 200 picnic sites with shade ramadas as well. If you're looking for some peace during your family day at the beach then be sure to visit.

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Evergreen: Ram ProMaster

Ram ProMasterHigh Top in Morgan Hill
$175/ night

San Luis Reservoir Fun Facts

 San Luis Reservoir is the fifth largest in California.

The San Luis Reservoir stores water taken from the California aqueduct to be pumped uphill into an artificial lake called O'Neill Forebay. The forebay feeds other river projects like farm irrigation and power generation for use in various areas downstream, but only when needed.

The San Luis Reservoir is a crucial part of California's water supply. It stores and distributes the state’s excess, which can be used when necessary to power downstream projects or help irrigate farms in more sparsely populated areas that depend on runoff from these natural resources for sustenance.

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