Water testing here at Lake Gregory recently found trace amounts of blue-green algae, but the exact location is still unknown and it is not affecting our entire body of water. In response, and out of an abundance of caution for our guests and their animals, we are making everyone aware that we are currently at a “Caution Recommended” status.
This means that people can continue swimming in Lake Gregory and enjoying the waterpark, and that fish caught here can still be safely eaten (other than shellfish). This is simply a warning that your pets should not drink from the water, and that you should refrain from touching any algae if you see any in the creeks or along the shoreline. Guest safety is our primary concern always so we will update you immediately if anything changes.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the State Water Board at 1 (800) 442-2283.
Bloom Last Observed: 7/13/2019 First Date Observed: 7/13/2019
Signs Posted: Caution – Recommended Bloom Determined by: Observation
34.2423690 Longitude: -117.270390
County: San Bernardino Regional Water Board: Region 6 – Lahontan
Type of Waterbody:
Waterbody Manager:Land Manager:
Incident Description: 7/13/19: Community scientist reported lake wide cyanobacteria bloom at Lake Gregory. Regional Water Board staff have collected water samples for testing, lab results are pending.
The exact location, extent and toxicity of the reported bloom may not be accurate and may not be affecting the entire waterbody.