Pyramid Lake Boating (CALIFORNIA)
Pyramid Lake Boat Rentals has amazing wakeboard boat rentals and chartered lake tours using MasterCraft boats. Popular at Pyramid Lake is boating, fishing, jet skiing rentals, kneeboarding, air chair lessons, wakeboard lessons, waverunner rentals, personal watercraft rentals, and picnic areas (including 5 unique sites that are accessible only by boat), and courtesy docks. Pyramid Lake is an artificial lake formed by Pyramid Dam on Piru Creek, near Castaic, California. The 180,000 acre reservoir lies on the border between the Angeles National Forest and the Los Padres National Forest in the northwestern portion of Los Angeles County.
Pyramid and Castaic act as the upper and lower reservoirs for a 1,495 megawatt pumped storage hydroelectric plant. It is the deepest lake in the California Water Project system. Its name comes from the Pyramid Rock, created when a ridge was cut through in 1932 by the Ridge Route Alternate (US 99). Pyramid Rock still exists directly in front of the dam.