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Lake Skinner Recreation Area

Nestled in the rolling hills of Winchester, CA, beautiful Lake Skinner Recreation Area offers visitors expansive natural vistas and invigorating recreational opportunities, including camping, picnicking, splash pad, hiking, horseback riding, sailing, and fishing. All boating activities must be non-body contact (no swimming, skiing, etc.)

For day trips, Lake Skinner offers two shade shelters, picnic benches and barbecues throughout the park for picnics and other gatherings. Camping sites offers picnic benches and fire rings. Most away-from-home needs can be met with a visit to the well-stocked camp store.


Day Use Hours

6 a.m. to sunset  |  Sunday-Thursday

6 a.m. to 10 p.m. |   Friday-Saturday & Night before Holiday

Splash Pad Hours - currently closed

click above or call

1-800-234-park (7275)


Download this brochure of Lake Skinner Recreation Area.


37701 Warren Road, Winchester, CA 92596

(951) 926-1541


     Camping:   $20-45 per night

       Day use:   $6 per adult | $3 per child (12 and younger)

        Fishing:   $10 per adult  – per day

                         $8 per child (12 and younger) – per day

Boat Launch: $7

               Pets:  $2 each, per day

Sewage Dump Fee:   (non-camper): $20

Current license, registration, and insurance is required when camping. For more information, please contact Guest ServicesObserved park holidays can be found here.


  • 199 Full Hook Up Sites (Water, Sewer, and Electricity)

  • 18 Developed Sites (Water and Electricity)

  • 40 Developed Sites (Water Only)

  • Fishing

  • Camp Store

  • Boating

  • Boat Rentals

  • Hiking

  • Biking

  • Running Trails

  • Laundry Facilities

  • Splash Pad

  • Horseshoe Pits

  • Showers and Restrooms/Toilettes

  • Amphitheatre


  • Bicycle riders must wear helmet

  • Build fires only in provided BBQ & Fire Ring

  • No ground fires allowed

  • Drones are not permitted in the park.

  • No more than 6 occupants and 2 vehicles per site

  • Maximum stay of 14 days within a 28-day period

  • No fireworks

  • No firearms

  • Do not remove, deface, or disturb any part of the park features or wildlife

  • Do not gather firewood in the park

  • Do not attach anything to trees

  • Pets must be kept on controlled leashes (Maximum leash length – 6 feet)

  • Do not leave pet(s) unattended

  • Clean up promptly after pet(s)

  • 16 and older must have valid State fishing permit

  • For a full detailed list of our rules please visit this link.

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Riverside County Regional Park and Open-Space District

4600 Crestmore Road, Jurupa Valley, CA 92509

1-800-234-park (7275)

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