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Plumas National Forest opens Antelope Lake Boat Dock

Plumas National Forest opens Antelope Lake Boat Dock

Antelope Lake – Lost Cove boat dock ready for use

Quincy, CA – April 3, 2015 – The dock at the Lost Cove Boat Launch at Antelope Lake is in

Antelope Lake - Plumas National Forest

Antelope Lake – Plumas National Forest

the water and ready for use. There will be no fees until mid-May as the launch facility does not have trash & restroom services. Visitors should be prepared to pack out their trash and waste.

Royal Elk Park Management (REPM) will begin maintaining the facility in mid-May through the end of September. Single use fees are $7 during that period; regular visitors can obtain annual passes for $35 from REPM.

For more information about Antelope Lake, nearby recreation opportunities or special needs, please contact the Mt. Hough Ranger District office at (530) 283-0555 or visit the forest website at: .


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