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Ponderosa Trailer Park - Shaver Lake, CA - RV Parks



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Welcome to Ponderosa Trailer Park
If your looking for the perfect location to bring your R.V. or Travel Trailer and enjoy the great outdoors then call us today! Short Term, Long Term, for the weekend along your road trip or for a summer vacation getaway or to just get away from it all, we offer competitive rates with full hook-ups and great locations. We are open seasonally from May 1st to October 31. Shaver Lake is located along Highway 168 in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, California, about one hour from Fresno.
The community of Shaver Lake is named for the lake found at 5,500 feet inside the Sierra National Forest. This mountain lake and recreational area offers wonderful fishing and boating; water skiing and lots of other water related activities. There is also camping, hiking, mountain biking and back packing and horse pack trips available in the Shaver Lake area.
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Within Facility
Onsite Bathrooms
Onsite Showers
Free Boat Storage
Pets Allowed
Full Hook-Ups

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Shaver Lake is an artificial lake on Stevenson Creek, in the Sierra National Forest of Fresno County, California. At elevation 5,500 ft (1,700 m), several smaller streams also flow into the lake and receives water from the underground tunnels of Southern California Edison's Big Creek hydroelectric project.[1] The town Shaver Lake is located on its south-west shore.
The lake was formed with the construction of Shaver Lake Dam, which was built by Southern California Edison and completed in 1927. The dam was built in 50-foot (15-m) blocks, with a keyway to hold it in place and a 75-centimeter (30-inch) copper sheet to make it watertight. Its capacity is 135,283 acre·ft (166,869 dam³). Some water from the lake is discharged into Stevenson Creek for fish and other wildlife, but the rest is diverted to Big Creek, where it powers several hydroelectric plants in succession.
The area now covered by the lake was extensively logged before the dam was built, and an extensive log flume system several miles long was constructed to bring logs down the mountain. The town to this day maintains a nostalgic logging theme. Several buildings in town are in fact old, converted sawmills.
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