Frequently asked questions
Can I camp near the lake?
Camping will be available in 2023 when the new campground is complete.
Can I make payments online?
Yes! All fees, memberships, and passes can be paid online! Check out our special offers and memberships here!
Will guest passes be available for when my friends and family are visiting?
Guest passes are currently not available, but they will be soon. Sign up for our newletter to be in the know for when guest passes and other offereings become available!
Wait, the lake fishing fee isn't the same as a fishing license?
The $10 lake fishing fee is what pays for the lake to be stocked. The state of California requires all fishers to have a State License to be permitted to fish. You must have both if you want to fish at Lake Gregory.
Why are there fees?
Many of our fees are regulated by the county. In most cases our fees are in line with what the county requires of all regional parks. However, some of our fees are actually lower than those set by the county.
Can I advertise my company or event at the Lake? (Lake Drive Corner)
Yes! But first you will need to fill out an application with your request. Be sure to mention the Lake Drive Corner in your application. Apply here!
Can I bring my inflatable kayak or stand up paddleboard?
Yup! Inflatable kayaks and stand up paddleboards will be permitted with use of a personal floatation device. Launch fees apply and can be paid here. We offer day-use and annual options.
When will the lake be stocked for fishing?
We stock the lake with 1,550 lbs of golden and rainbow trout bi-monthly. Stocking dates can be found here.
Will there be storage available for my personal boat?
No. At this time there is no available storage for personal boats at the lake. Check back after Memorial Day Weekend for possible updates. Sign up for our newletter to receive updates regarding personal boat storage and other offerings.
Do locals get a discount?
No. San Bernardino County does not permit locals discounts. Most of our pricing is regulated by and in line with county pricing for all other regional parks. You can compare county pricing here.
When can I start fishing at the lake?
Fishing is available now. Fishing Fees can be paid here. Your receipt is your pass currently.
Can I park at the lake?
Parking is available now. Fees apply. Receipts are currently accepted as your pass.
How do you treat and maintain lake water quality so it's safe to all people?
The County of San Bernardino solely has the responsibility of testing, treating, and maintaining the water quality of the lake. You can reach out directly to the County of San Bernardino Regional Parks Division with questions or concerns accordingly. parks.sbcounty.gov