Perfect place for private, family and corporate rest in the Cuyamaca Lake region with best nature and lake views. The Living Canvas Julian Vacation Rentals also include an entertainment center and deck with views to the ocean on clear days. Guests can enjoy an outdoor hike and the restaurant on the lake. There is a sitting area, a dining area and a kitchen. A flat-screen TV with Netflix is featured.
You can fish at the lake, and the area is popular for photography and stargazing. The home is located 15-minute walk from the lake. Featuring free WiFi and lake views and lots of sitting area, there are also lot of things to do in Julian center. Our cabins in Julian are all professionally cleaned and maintained.
You can play board games at the rental, and the area is popular for gold mining too. Mt Laguna 17 miles from the Home. The nearest airport is San Diego International Airport, 55 miles from the property.
The house is located at North Peak overlooking Lake Cuyamaca and is the highest peak in Julian and it’s open during all 4 seasons for private, family and corporate rest. On clear days you can see all the way to the ocean including Point Loma!
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California State Route 79 wraps around three shores, and provides access to/from Julian to the north and I−8 to the south.
Cuyamaca Reservoir is 2 miles (3.2 km) north of the Paso Picacho Campground and its trailheads in Cuyamaca Rancho State Park.
Lake Cuyamaca is also a recreation area operated by the Helix Water District and the Lake Cuyamaca Recreation and Park District. It offers boating, fishing, and camping at the reservoir. A campground, store, cafe, and tackle shop are onsite.
The reservoir is stocked with over 38,000 lbs. of trout annually, and is the only San Diego lake that is able to stock trout all year long. Other species of fish include Florida bass, smallmouth bass, channel catfish, crappie, bluegill and sturgeon.
Conical Middle Peak is above the area on the east, and North Peak on the north. Hiking trails reach the summit of Cuyamaca Peak, located to the southwest of Cuyamaca Reservoir and in Cuyamaca Rancho State Park.
History Julian Vacation Rentals in Julian
The dam at Cuyamaca is the second oldest in California still in use, and was completed in 1888. It was built to supply drinking water to the city of San Diego. It was originally piped down to San Diego in wooden flumes. It continues to be part of the municipal water supply system for San Diego.
In the mid 1960s the Lake Cuyamaca Recreation and Park District was formed. Through various projects over time, it has created a more permanent water supply infrastructure and new recreation features at the reservoir.