SILVERWOOD LAKE, Calif. (VVNG.com) Water quality levels at Silverwood Lake are back to normal and restrictions have been lifted as of Friday morning.
On July 14th swimming at Cleghorn swim beaches and Saw Pit was prohibited due to toxic algae that posed serious health risks to humans and even death to animals. Restrictions on Saw Pit were changed to back to normal on August 5th.
As of Friday morning, “all water quality restrictions have been lifted by the Department of Water Resources”. The announcement was made via the lake’s official Facebook page on August 18th.
“Looking forward to seeing everyone this weekend and many more this summer,” stated the post.
If you have any questions regarding the water quality at Silverwood Lake SRA, please contact the Department of Water Resources or Silverwood Lake SRA 760-389-2282.
Silverwood Lake is located via Highway 138, 11 miles east of I-15; or 20 miles north of San Bernardino via Highways 18 & 138.
For hours, camping rates, reservations visit them on the California Department of Parks and Recreation website.
You can also find them on Facebook at Silverwood Lake State Rec Area