Lott’s Lake Week is Aug 10th – Aug 18th
Lotts Lake Chairman Mike Hemmings says “It’s time for the Native Sons to dust off the camping gear and fishing poles and come join us around the campfire at Lotts Lake.”
This year we will be gathering August 13 to the 21. We’ll be working on the central gathering area. This will involve digging some holes and mixing concrete. The second annual fishing derby and the potluck dinner will take place Saturday night.
Looking forward to seeing you at the lake! For information contact
Mike Hemmings at (530) 913-6184 or at email@example.com.
The lake is reached through Oroville or Chico and Paradise by way of an asphalt road marked “Skyway” which leads through Magalia, Sterling City, etc. to the ski stop of Inskip: thence by graded dirt road 18 miles.
For those who choose to take Interstate 5 all the way, there is another access to the dirt road via Butte Meadows, but the Paradise route is more straightforward. Most of the dirt road is easily passable for all types of vehicles: however, there is about a mile at the end of the route which is not recommended for low-clearance vehicles.
The 1/4 mile for the “T” intersection on the map is marked “rough” and can be rutted and muddy, particularly early in the season, and care is advised on this stretch. Vehicles which have negotiated the road include 22-foot motor homes, 24-foot travel trailer, station wagons, and (at least one) MGB sports car.
Lott’s Lake is open to all members in good standing and their families at no charge. Maps, info sheets and advice are available from the Lott’s Lake Committee. Rules of conduct are posted in the main cabin and are available from the committee chairman.
Call Mike Hemmings at (530) 913-6184 for the new combination, information, directions, or just advice.