This is a huge 190-acre park and recreation area with a marina, lake, campground, playground and trails in the heart…More of Santee.
The seven lakes were originally built in 1961 and the entire complex has seen significant reenovations over the last five to 10 years.
Lakes Six and Seven are devoted to camping and were voted "The Best Campground in San Diego County" in San Diego's "Best 2007" poll. All campsites have access to WiFi, and RV sites have hook-ups for utilities, phone and cable.
Billed as "one of the best fishing spots in Southern California," twice yearly the lakes are stocked with catfish and trout and also feature bluegill, carp and bass. No Santee fishing license is needed; simply a daily permit for under $10.
The Santee Teen Center is a safe place for teens aged 12 to 17 or grades 6 to 12 to go after school. It is situated…More right next to Lake 5 of the Santee Lakes.
The center offers a game room, computer center, kitchen and lots of outdoor space for different activities. There is street parking and a pathway opening into the Santee Lakes recreation area, so you don't have to pay the entrance fee. Annual membership is $20 for Santee residents and $30 for non-residents, or $3 per day.
Lake's Market Liquor & Deli 9292 Carlton Hills Blvd, Santee, CA92071 Lake's Market Liquor & Deli is the centerpiece of the Lakes Plaza Shopping Center, which is located at the…More cross streets of Carlton Hills Boulevard and Carlton Oaks Drive. Lee and Ray are the owners of this friendly and sporty liquor store and deli. Grab your favorite refreshment, try your luck at the California lottery or sample one of their 20+ menu items at the fresh deli. Call-ahead ordering is available, as are party-sized trays and giant subs.