Be sure to wish the fathers in your life a very happy day on Sunday, June 16th!
Movies & More by the Lake
Beginning Friday, June 21, bring your blankets or low-profile beach chairs and get ready for some great movies under the stars at Lake 5!
Food, crafts, activities, and fun all start at 6PM and movie begins at sundown. We have two family friendly movies this summer!
June 21 Ralph Breaks the Internet & July 12 Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
Night Fishing is here!
Bring your lanterns for a night of fishing!
June 13 & 27
July 11 & 25
August 8 & 22
2019 Concert At The Lakes
“A whole lotta rock and a little bit o’ country”
Saturday, July 27th
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For all of our events, check out our Facebook events page for up to the minute details!
Say Hello to Grant Low!
Grant joins the team as a Park & Recreation Aide in the General Store. Grant was born and raised in Santee. He is currently attending Grossmont College where he is majoring in Nursing.
In his free time, Grant enjoys watching baseball, playing basketball, and spending time with his dog, Gigi.
Construction is underway!
Thanks to you, it’s happening! Our General Store/Administration Building/Teen Center renovation project is underway! Though parking is limited, the General Store is open and boat rentals are available. Did you know that Santee Lakes is a self-sufficient park and campground? This means that we do not receive any water rate-payer or tax-payer funds, and we rely on guest user fees to operate. This project would not be possible without our visitors and campers! We will keep you posted on this project. Stay tuned!
Community kids need backpacks and school supplies!
We are partnering with the Santee Mobilehome Owners Action Committee, Inc. (SMOAC) through the month of June to provide backpacks to children in need! Bring a 🎒 to support our community’s children, and get a 1/2 price pedal boat Monday-Friday! You can drop off the new backpack any day of the week in the General Store from 9AM to 5PM.
Did you know?
Santee Lakes Recreation Preserve is owned and operated by Padre Dam Municipal Water District and is self‐sustaining, receiving no funds from water/sewer ratepayers or taxpayer subsidies. The Park operates from guest user fees, grants and awards, collaborations with community groups, and sponsorships.