Reservoir Levels Weather Hydrology

Calaveras County is located in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California and is known for its history of gold mining and the iconic natural landmark, the Calaveras Big Trees State Park. The hydrology of Calaveras County is primarily driven by the Sierra Nevada snowpack, which serves as a primary water source for the region. Specific surface flow providers include the Mokelumne River and the Calaveras River. The snowpack also provides water for agricultural uses, including vineyards and fruit orchards. Recreational activities in Calaveras County include hiking, camping, fishing, and skiing at Bear Valley ski resort. The county also hosts events such as the Calaveras County Fair and Jumping Frog Jubilee.

June 15, 2024







Storage 24hr Change -0.04%
Percent of Normal 120%
Minimum 53,181 acre-ft
Maximum 98,788 acre-ft
Average 78,198 acre-ft

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Popular Camping Destinations

Camping Area Campsites Reservations Toilets Showers Elevation
Veterans Memorial Park Numerous 375 ft
Monterey County Fairgrounds RV Numerous 72 ft
Monterey Pines RV Military Numerous 134 ft
Manresa State Beach 64 98 ft
Fremont Peak State Park 21 2,768 ft
Sunset State Beach 90 93 ft
Bottchers Gap 11 1,996 ft
Hollister Hills State Veh Rec Area 125 742 ft
White Oaks 7 4,012 ft
Laguna Seca 172 762 ft

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