Saddlebag Lake Reservoir
June 9 2023
None% of Normal • Very Low
Water levels at Saddlebag Lake Reservoir are currently None , about None% of normal. The average for this time of year is approximately None.
Saddlebag Lake Reservoir is located in Mono County, California, and was constructed in 1921 to provide hydroelectric power for the city of Los Angeles. The reservoir is fed by several small streams and snowmelt from the surrounding mountains, which are part of the Sierra Nevada range. The snowpack in the Sierras provides the majority of the water supply for the reservoir. Water from the reservoir is primarily used for hydroelectric power generation, but it also supports some agricultural and recreational activities in the area. The surface flow and snowpack providers for the reservoir include streams such as Lee Vining Creek and creeks that flow from the Sawtooth Ridge. Recreational activities in the area include fishing, camping, and hiking, and the reservoir is accessible via hiking trails and a ferry service.
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|Juncal Dam (Jameson Lake)|
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