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Lower Stoney Creek Reservoir

 
  If you enjoy whitewater, there is the Hunter Liggett to Turtle Creek portion, a type I-III whitewater part on Nacimiento River, 15 miles in distance. The Hunter Liggett to Turtle Creek portion of Nacimiento River is suited for whitewater paddlers who have been whitewater kayaking and rafting for some time but who are not yet ready for the truly risky rapids. The Above and down to Mission San Antonio de Padua portion, a whitewater part on San Antonio is 10.7 miles
    long. This close by part of whitewater is a category II. This part of San Antonio is an easy part for whitewater boating. Don't go whitewater boating before first checking restrictions; it's dangerous matter.
 


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OUTDOORS_GUIDE
These outdoors activities are available near Lower Stoney Creek Reservoir.
 Public Lands Near Lower Stoney Creek Reservoir:
Limekiln State Park, California, 18 miles away
San Simeon State Park, California, 22 miles away
Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park, California, 30 miles away
Pinnacles National Monument, Paicines - CA, 38 miles away
 Campgrounds Near Lower Stoney Creek Reservoir:
Fort Hunter Liggett Primitive Camp Ground, Lockwood, 6 miles away
Lottie Potrero Campground, Monterey County, 7 miles away
Three Peaks Campground, Monterey County, 7 miles away
Lions Den Campground, Monterey County, 7 miles away
 Hotels Near Lower Stoney Creek Reservoir:
Quality Inn Near Fort Hunter Liggett, King City, 17 miles away
Super 8 King City, King City, 17 miles away
Days Inn King City, King City, 17 miles away
Keefers Inn, King City, 17 miles away
Cavalier Oceanfront Resort, San Simeon, 21 miles away
 Hiking Trails Near Lower Stoney Creek Reservoir:
Girard Trail, Monterey County, 15 miles away
      5.1 hiking miles, 3407 feet elevation difference
Arroyo Seco Trail, Monterey County, 17 miles away
       7.6 hiking miles, 2631 feet elevation difference
Gamboa Trail, Monterey County, 18 miles away
       6.6 hiking miles, 1759 feet elevation difference
 Whitewater Near Lower Stoney Creek Reservoir:
Nacimiento River, Monterey County, 6 miles away
      Class I-III - 15 miles long (Hunter Liggett to Turtle Creek)
San Antonio, Monterey County, 9 miles away
      Class II - 10.7 miles long (Above and down to Mission San Antonio de Padua)

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