Clearlake is a city in Lake County, California. Clearlake is 4.5 miles north-northwest of Lower Lake, at an elevation of 1417 feet. The Clearlake post office opened in 1923, "Knocti" then Clearlake Highlands until incorporation in 1981 when the official name became City of Clearlake. The first inhabitants of Clearlake were the Pomo Indians who gave the name to many of the areas features including Mount Konocti.
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The community of Clearlake Oaks, which was formerly named Stubbs, is situated in a broad canyon mouth, and the original town site is about 4 blocks long and 3 deep, triangular in shape, with a plaza site in its center. Today the plaza is paved and used for parking by the church located along the west side. Most of the homes in the village remain true to their "fishing cottage" roots.
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Loch Lomond is a small mountain resort with a population of 420 and was called "Little Italy" many years ago. Private resorts such as Italian Village and Biggi's Family Club still thrive with summer activities. Visitors will find lodging, a private campground, plus a grocery store with deli, mailing services, Roadhouse restaurant and bar as well as Giovanni's coffee shop nearby. The village also has a community swimming pool which is the oldest continually operating Olympic sized pool in California.
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Siting just 20 miles north of Calistoga, Hidden Valley Lake is a gated community that features many amenities such as a private lake with beaches, an 18 hole golf course, tennis courts, parks & playgrounds, clubhouse with pool, equestrian center, campgrounds and 24 hour security.
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Steeped in history, but changing fast with attractive lake view real estate along-side weathered rustic barns, Kelseyville boasts sunny hillside wineries with vibrant sauvignon blanc and complex cabernet. In the spring, lush purple lupine and white pear blossoms drape the slopes of Mt. Konocti as it rises above the rippling openwaters of Clear Lake. Visit the resorts, restaurants, concert venue and charming shops of Kelseyville, a friendly country town with relaxed style.
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Welcome to the City of Lakeport! Located on the west shore of Clearlake, Lakeport is the oldest incorporated (1888) community in Lake County and is the Lake County seat.
There are several commercial areas located throughout the City, including the historic downtown area, which has been designated a California Main Street City.
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Lower Lake is a census-designated place in the southern Clearlake region of Lake County, in northern California. Lower Lake is also an Indian rancheria of the Koi Nation people. Lower Lake was founded by E. Mitchell in 1858 as Grantville. He built the first house there. The settlement's first post office was opened in 1858.
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Welcome to Lucerne, located in Lake County. Lucerne sits on Clearlake which is known as the "Bass Capital Of The West!" Clearlake is a popular hotspot for spectacular water recreation sports including fishing, water skiing, boating, and swimming. There are several fishing guides in the area as well as boat, kayak, and ski rental outfits to help make your stay an exciting adventure.
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Middletown is a census-designated place in Lake County, California. Middletown was given its name because it is halfway between Lower Lake and Calistoga which is 17 miles to the south. Middletown is currently populated primarily by commuters and retirees, enjoying a modest tourist trade based primarily on Harbin Hot Springs and the Twin Pine Casino located on the local Rancheria south of the town.
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Riviera West, overlooking the western shores of Clear Lake (California’s largest natural lake) from a 2000 foot elevation on Mount Konocti, is a 500-parcel community of unique homes and open space, unparalleled in location, beauty, serenity, clean air and destination-resort ambiance. Riviera West is located well within 3 hours of most of the major attractions of the San Francisco Bay Area and Northern California Wine Country.
Riviera West offers its members the amenities of a heated Swimming Pool (open near Memorial Day and closed after Labor Day); an expansive and accommodating Clubhouse, with magnificent views and comfortable, well-maintained grounds; a waterside park, with grass-covered play and picnic areas; a docked-in Marina beach for family swimming and tie-ups; and a private launch ramp for community boaters.