San Justo Reservoir


San Justo Dam and Reservoir are features of the San Felipe Project. The reservoir is approximately 3 miles southwest of Hollister, California . Facilities open for use Wednesday through Sunday. Operation hours: sunrise to sunset. Good access roads. The park offers recreation to anglers, boaters, windsurfers, picnickers, and mountain bikers. Boat size restricted to 16 feet. Gas engines prohibited. Ideal for small sailboats and windsurfers in the beginning to intermediate range. Experienced surfers can enjoy a more relaxed sail. The California Department of Fish and Game regularly stocks the lake with trout. San Justo Bait and Tackle periodically stock tagged and trophy-size fish for contests and derbies. Available species include trout, bass, catfish, crappie, and bluegill. Entrance fee, $4.


Nearest main highway, California 156. Nearest community, Hollister.





San Benito County Water District PO Box 899 Hollister, CA 95024-0899


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