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  1. Lake Temescal is a small reservoir in the Oakland hills, in northeastern Oakland, California. It is the centerpiece of Temescal Regional Recreation Area, also known as Temescal Regional Park (and originally, Lake Temescal Regional Park). It is a part of the East Bay Regional Park District . Contents 1 History 2 Present-day function 3 See also

    Lake Temescal - Wikipedia

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  3. Lake Temescal Swimming | East Bay Parks

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    Lake Temescal Beach is tested for bacterial levels weekly from April to October. The map below indicates the sample sites on the beach. The East Bay Regional Park District works with the Alameda County Environmental Health Department in accordance with California Department of Public Health's Guidance for Fresh Water Beaches to determine water quality at Lake Temescal Beach.

  4. Originally constructed as a storage lake for drinking water, Temescal opened to the public in 1936 as one of the District's first three parks. The handsome stone building overlooking its lake was constructed in 1940 by Works Progress Administration crews.

  5. Lake Temescal - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lake_Temescal

    Lake Temescal is a small reservoir in the Oakland hills, in northeastern Oakland, California. It is the centerpiece of Temescal Regional Recreation Area, also known as Temescal Regional Park (and originally, Lake Temescal Regional Park). It is a part of the East Bay Regional Park District . Contents 1 History 2 Present-day function 3 See also

  6. LAKE TEMESCAL - 539 Photos & 153 Reviews - Yelp

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    Lake Temescal, overseen by the East Bay Regional Park District, is extremely clean with great views of the natural landscape, water, and overlooks the entire East Bay/Oakland Hills area once you hike up the hill-y trail. It's a good 2-3 mile hike that loops around one full circle.

  7. Lake Temescal Dam, East Shore and Oak Bay Loop

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    Lake Temescal is truly an oasis, though located just next to a busy metropolis. When walking along the water’s edge, watch for birds like ducks, Canadian geese, cormorants, and kingfishers. In the spring, wild onions, lilies, and other flowers bloom along the west edge of the lake. On the Oak Bay Trail, you’ll climb a bit above the lake through some shaded woodland, with a bench at the halfway point that looks out at the hills.

  8. Temescal Beach House | East Bay Parks

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    Beach House at Temescal Regional Recreation Area Hours Office Hours (at the Brazilian Room): Monday - Friday, 10am-3pm Reservable Hours: Monday - Friday, 8am-12midnight Saturday & Sunday, 9am-12midnight Address 6500 Broadway Oakland, CA 94618 Phone (510) 544-3164 Download Map Lake Temescal Water Quality Conditions

  9. Temescal Creek Watershed | Alameda County Flood Control District

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    Overview The 6.7-square-mile Temescal Creek Watershed spans the northernmost section of the Oakland hills and includes several regionally significant parks managed by the East Bay Regional Park District (EBRPD). South of Highway 24, two of the watershed’s four creeks drain the Montclair residential district and flow into Lake Temescal.

  10. Temescal Picnic Areas - Oakland | East Bay Parks

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    Temescal Regional Recreation Area 1-888-327-2757, option 3, extension 4561 Download Map Venue Activities Picnicking Lake Temescal Water Quality Conditions Fishing is OPEN at Temescal (Last Updated 1/25/23) Swimming is CLOSED for the season. A Caution Advisory for blue-green algae is posted. See Blue-Green Algae Information for additional details.