Welcome to Lake Jennings! Stay informed with the latest news, updates, and events. You’d be surprised how much is happening in our little community. Please check back often to stay up-to-date.
What’s new at Lake Jennings?
Our next Full Moon Fishing event is on Saturday, March 11th. The lake will remain open for boating and fishing until 10 p.m. A full sized lantern is required after 6 p.m.
Our Annual Spring Carnival is on Saturday, April 8th from 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Children under can catch one fish each from the Kid’s Pond. 2,000 eggs will be hidden in Hermit Cove for the egg hunt! Free paddle boating throughout the day for the whole family. 1,700 lbs. of trout will stocked for this event. Click to view the Spring Carnival flier.
The entire lake will be open for Spring Break from April 7th – 23rd. Come boat, hike, or fish any day! Free boat launch on Tuesdays (April 11th and 18th).
Rental Kayaks now available! Come paddle the day away on one of our new rental kayaks! Our kayaks feature rod holders and water tight compartments for your recreation needs! Kayaks can be rented for $10/hour or $30/4 hours.
See a video of Lake Jennings recreational facilities.
Rent all of Lake Jennings or an internal Venue for your Special Event
Host your fishing derby or family reunion at Lake Jennings. Plan a water’s-edge wedding, or unforgettable Birthday or Anniversary party.
Lake Jennings, one of the most scenic parks in San Diego County, occasionally seeks Campground Park Hosts who can stay a minimum of six months. Live twenty minutes from beaches, Sea World and world famous San Diego Zoo. Minimum 20 hours per week in exchange for space, utilities and serenity.
Check http://hwd.com/job-opportunities/ to see if applications are being accepted.
Additionally, Lake Jennings occasionally seeks assistant recreation rangers and dockhands. When available, position details and application procedures may be found in the human resources section of the Helix Water District website.
Mike Long of Poway caught a 17 lb. 2 oz. Largemouth Bass at Siesta Point. The old lake record was 16 lb. 4 oz.