Apollo Lake

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view_1_-934x625Exit Highway 14 at Avenue G. Go west on Avenue G for 3 miles (if you stay in the left lane you will hear a musical road- don’t go out of your way to hear this but if you’re driving it anyway you may as well) and then turn right on William J. Barnes Ave. It will take you past an airfield. After a mile you’ll be in the parking lot for Apollo Lake. Parking is free.

Apollo Lake is a peaceful spot. Families gather to fish here. Ducks waddle along. Couples read the paper while relaxing on the dock. There are plenty of trees and the water in the lake is clean and blue. When driving to the lake, it’s an odd feeling. It doesn’t seem possible there could be a lake amongst such extreme desert. But all of a sudden, there you are! There are trees and there’s
water!

The playground has two shade covers, tunnel slides, and plenty of ladders. There are swings of all sorts and telephones to talk into. I definitely recommend you come here to get your fill of nature and greenery if you’re in Lancaster!

After, grab a meal at The Boulevard, the main strip of downtown that has a nice atmosphere. It’s a 15 minute drive from the lake.
4555 W Avenue G.
Lancaster, CA 93536

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Apollo Park is located in the city of Lancaster. From Los Angeles, take I-5 North to Hwy. 14 North. Exit on Avenue H. Turn West and drive 2.5 miles to 50th Street West. Turn Right and continue 1.1 miles to the park.

The park has 3 inter-connected lakes totaling 26 acres. It is open daily from 6 a.m.- sunset. (661) 940-7701
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