Wakeboarding in Don Pedro Reservoir, Stanislaus National Forest, California USA

160 mi/257.50 km
Surface elevation:
804 ft/245.06 m
Water surface temperature:
Don Pedro Reservoir is situated across the Tuolumne River, in the Stanislaus National Forest, Tuolumne County, California.

It is an artificial lake that was formed by the construction of the New Don Pedro Dam. Nearby communities are La Grange and Moccasin. The lake’s shoreline is about 160 mi (257.50 km) with 13000 ac (52.61 km²) surface area and 804 ft (245.06 m) surface elevation. Don Pedro Lake is a hot spot for wakeboarding.

It is voted as one of the best recreational lakes with inlets, so you can use speed boats and hundreds of hidden coves. The lake’s length and properties are perfect to create or even improve your skills at wakeboarding. Summer air temperature reaches upper 90’s and lower 100’s, while the surface water temperature is about 80°F/26.6°C .

The lake’s structure is with trees, boulder and rocks. There are nearby schools and shops, in order to take wakeboarding courses or rent equipment.