Water & Drought

February 15, 2014 12:29 PM

Drought means lower lake levels, more crowded shores

Though some lakes in San Luis Obispo and southern Monterey counties have been hard hit, residents can still find places to camp, fish, hike and launch a boat, with a few exceptions.

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