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Located within the gates of Lake Wildwood, a private 300-acre man-made lake is available to Members and their guests. Nestled within the lush Sierra foothill terrain and surrounded by oak and pine trees, Lake Wildwood sits at an elevation of 1,200 feet. Although fed by alpine streams, it is a comfortable and useable temperature throughout the most of the year. 

Members enjoy swimming and boating experiences with access to five beautiful parks that frame the perimeter of the Lake, four of which include a beach, assuring ample Lake access for the entire Community. Members are encouraged to bring a picnic and come to just relax, or play the many sports offered including tennis, pickleball, volleyball, bocce ball, baseball, disc golf, basketball, and soccer. 

Boating opportunities for Members abound, include sailing, water skiing, wakeboarding, pontoon boating, kayaking, and fishing. Lake Wildwood is considered one of the best bass fishing lakes in California. 

A day on the water is always a great experience and is frequently capped off with a sunset or cocktail cruise. 

 

Boating
Sailboats, powerboats, kayaks, canoes, water skiing, and wakeboarding! All of these boating opportunities abound on beautiful Lake Wildwood. A day on the water is always a great experience and is frequently capped off with a sunset or cocktail cruise. Launch from Meadow Park, or cruise out of the Marina, or from one of the many private homes that surround the Lake. Lake Wildwood Property Owners in good standing enjoy the opportunity to use their boats on the Lake or store them in our Marina or boat storage facilities.

Lake Wildwood's Governing Documents define the size of vessels allowed on the Lake: R-9.20.15 2C - Boat Rules  "No boat exceeding eight feet six inches in width shall be permitted on the lake. No boat exceeding 3,700 pounds dry weight or 21 feet in length shall be permitted with the exception of pontoon boats with a maximum of 24 feet. Deck boats are not considered pontoon boats and are subject to the 21 foot restriction."
Fishing
Lake Wildwood Members enjoy the benefits of having their own beautiful, private lake to fish in. There is also a well established Fishing Club that hosts its Annual Bass Tournament, monthly Fishing Derbies, and local community events for members who live here. All fishing in Lake Wildwood is catch and release. Located nearby are several other popular fishing attractions such as Lake Englebright, Collins Lake, Bullards Bar, Rollins Lake, and many more!
Kayaking & Canoeing
Members can take their kayak or canoe out on beautiful Lake Wildwood. Many residents enjoy this quiet, peaceful way of exploring the Lake. Kayak storage is available for a nominal yearly fee.
Swimming
Swimmers have a choice of four beaches on beautiful Lake Wildwood, or our Community Pool with new locker rooms and showers, as well as a children's water play feature. Beaches include picnic tables, barbeques and umbrellas. Two of the beaches have large picnic pavilions which may be reserved in advance.
Water Skiing or Wakeboarding
Water Ski or Wakeboard on the Lake to your heart's content. Our Water Ski Club members work together to have fun and promote water sports and safety on beautiful Lake Wildwood. The Club maintains a regulation six ball slalom course. Beginners to expert, all skiers are encouraged to hit the water and give it a try! Lake Wildwood hosts an annual 4th of July Water Ski Show as part of our holiday festivities.