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Lake San Antonio closed for the season due to low water levels 

Rain coming to Paso Robles

Photo by Tom Seidel.

Due to extremely low water levels, access to Lake San Antonio has been closed for the 2015 season. The closure will go into affect on July 1.

The Monterey County Water Resources Agency reports that the lake is at five percent capacity as of Wednesday, June 3.

Information as to the permanency of the closure is not yet available. Click here to follow local lake water levels.

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