**Avocado Lake Park Closed Due to Storm Conditions**
FRESNO, CA, Thursday, March 9, 2023 - Effective Thursday, March 9th, until further notice, the following County of Fresno Parks will be closed due to storm conditions and potential flooding: Avocado Lake Park, Choinumni Park (day use and campgrounds), Lost Lake Park (day use and campgrounds), Winton Park, Laton-Kingston Park, and Skaggs Bridge Park. For additional information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (559) 600-3004.
Avocado Lake Park is a 210 acre day use park providing recreation that includes swimming, fishing and picnicking. The park has picnic tables, a group picnic area, BBQs, Earth Boat launching ramp and a playground.
Summer Hours: April 1st - September 30th from 7 AM to 10 PM
Winter Hours: October 1st - March 31st from 7 AM to 7 PM
Vehicle Entrance Fees
Entrance fees at all developed Parks is $5 per vehicle.
Annual passes are available for $40 per year and can be purchased at Fresno County Resources Division: 2220 Tulare Street, 6th Floor, Fresno, CA 93721. Telephone (559) 600-3004
Reservations and Rates
Reservations can be made for the Ernest Lawrence Pavilion. Picnic tables and BBQs are also available on a first come, first serve basis. Please call Parks at (559) 600-3004 for more information.
Rules, Regulations and Permits
Information on bounce houses and pets. For more information...
Directions: Avocado Lake Park is located 23 miles east of Fresno via Highway 180 and Piedra Road. From downtown Fresno drive east on Highway 180 (Ventura Street) 17.5 miles and turn left of Piedra Road. Drive another 5.1 miles on Piedra Road to the entrance of Avocado Lake which is on the left.
Address: 3625 N. Piedra Rd. Piedra, CA 93649
Avocado Lake Park was established in 1957 when Fresno County signed a lease with the Wildlife Conservation Board.
County of Fresno Resources Division
2220 Tulare Street, 6th Floor
Fresno, CA 93721
Tel: (559) 600-3004
FAX: (559) 600-4552