Boasting a mixture of desert, coastal and mountain habitats, Lake Morena is the most remote lake of the county’s reservoirs. You can explore 3,250 acres of chaparral, oak woods, and grassland. Diverse wildlife calls this place home, including bald eagles, bobcats, and migratory waterfowl. Boating and fishing are popular activities with rainbow trout and largemouth trout as the most desired prizes. The park offers two camping areas nicely surrounded by a shady grove of trees. Both campgrounds are within walking distance to restroom facilities, coin-operated showers, and the ranger station. For more comfort, you can rent wilderness cabins equipped with bed frames (no mattresses), propane heaters, fire rings, and picnic tables.