Webber Lake Campground will open to the public August 1st - Welcome! Campsites are filling quickly, so please make your reservation for a night between August 1st through mid-October. In addition to the campground, the Land Trust operates the Lake House, a four bedroom, two-bath house located on the southwest shore of the Lake, which is available for rent by the week. Please contact Eric Isenhart for more information.
There are many activities to keep you busy during your camping trip at this historic Sierra Lake. A three-mile trail leaves from the southwest corner of Webber Lake and ascends gradually through Lower and Upper Lacey Meadows. Wildlife and wildflowers abound in one of the largest mountain meadows in our region.
Webber Lake is open to fishing and anglers have the opportunity to catch some of the Lake's brook, brown, rainbow and Lahontan cutthroat trout. Boats, including boats with motors, can be launched into Webber from the boat ramp. There is a five mile-per-hour speed limit.
Lastly, picnicking and swimming are available along the Lake's north shore, in the shadow of the historic Webber Lake Hotel, an historic stop on the busy Henness Pass stagecoach route that connected Marysville with Virginia City in the nineteenth century.
See you at Webber Lake!