Calero County Park - Hiking Trails Near

Calero County Park - Hiking Trails Near

4117 KM of you

Calero Reservoir is an artificial lake in the Santa Teresa Hills south of San Jose, California in the United States. The lake is formed by Calero Dam, built in 1935 across Arroyo Calero which is also known as Calero Creek. Its waters reach the San Francisco Bay by way of Los Alamitos Creek and the Guadalupe River. A 4,455-acre (1,803 ha) county park surrounds the reservoir, and provides fishing ("catch-and-release"), picnicking, and hiking activities. Boating, water-skiing and jet-skiing are permitted in the reservoir.

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