Clear Lake State Park is on the shores of the second largest freshwater lake in California. Popular for all kinds of water recreation and upgraded for accessibility, the park entrance is located off Highway 29 on Soda Bay Road, about 3 miles east of Kelseyville. Phone (707) 279-4293 or (707) 279-2267.
Cole Creek Campground and Kelsey Creek Campground have a total of 7 accessible campsites dispersed between the 2 campgrounds. Accessible restrooms with showers are available at each campground.
A picnic area at the Swim Beach has several accessibly designed tables under shade structures. An accessible restroom and outdoor rinsing shower are also available. More accessible picnic sites are available at the Boat Launch area, and the Day Use Picnic Area.
The Kelsey Creek Trail is a 0.70 mile long trail located in the vicinity of the Kelsey Creek Campground. The trail contains over 1,500 feet of boardwalk paralleling Kelsey Slough and offers numerous fishing opportunities. The trail can be accessed from the group picnic area, Kelsey Creek Campground or the park swimming area. Accessible restrooms are provided at the group picnic area, Kelsey Creek Campground and park swimming area.
The Dorn Nature Trail is a 0.80 mile trail through the oak woodland hills adjacent to Clear Lake. The trail originates near site #116 of the Upper Bayview Campground. This trail provides 3 designated overlooks with views of the surrounding hills and Lake.
The Boat Launch Area has accessible auto and van parking spaces available. Restrooms are also accessible, including paths of travel to and from parking and the boat launch area.
The Swim Beach picnic tables, restrooms, and outdooor rinsing showers are accessibly designed and located.
The Visitor Center exhibit designs are generally accessible. The audiovisual room is accessible. The ramp and stairs to the center are accessible. Restrooms are generally accessible and are located on an accessible path from the parking area. Two van and 2 auto-accessible parking spaces are available in the day use lot.