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Huntington Lake is a popular summer and winter recreation area. This beautiful high sierra lake provides wonderful opportunities for camping, hiking, picnicking, sailing, windsurfing, swimming, fishing, horseback riding and scenic driving.
Beautiful scenery, soaring granite peaks, and backcountry lakes makes this an excellent place for hiking. Nearby several trails provide access into the scenic Kaiser Wilderness. Permits are required for overnight stay. Several day hikes are available to explore areas around the lake.
Huntington Lake is located on the west side of Huntington Lake Road, three miles from Eastwood SNO-Park.
In winter, Hwy 168 is open to Huntington Lake for a variety of snow play activities.
Recommended Activities: Cross-country skiing, dog sledding, and snowmobiling.
The SNO-Park program provides winter recreation at locations along the Sierra Nevada. Distinctive brown highway signs located along highways identify the SNO-Parks.
Each SNO-Park provides visitors access to snow-cleared parking lots and sanitation facilities. Snow conditions determine accessibility and opportunities available at each site.
SNO-Parks are open seasonally between November 1st and May 30th. Visitors are required to purchase and display a parking permit for each vehicle parked at a SNO-Park. Fees are $15 per day or $40 for the season.
Take Hwy. 168 east from Clovis to Shaver Lake. Continue on Hwy. 168 through Shaver Lake to Huntington Lake. Travel time from Clovis is 1 1/2 hours.