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Power boats are not allowed on Uvas making it ideal for fishing, sailing and picnicking.

This Park has no designated trails within the park at this time. The reservoir is a 286-acre, non-gas powered boating reservoir.

The reservoir is popular with fishermen and boaters. Visitors can fish for trout, black bass, large mouth bass, catfish and crappie. Non-power boaters may enjoy a the calm waters of the reservoir. Picnic facilities are limited and are located at the boat launch and parking area.

The reservoir may be closed at times due to low water levels.

The park is open year round from 8:00 a.m. until sunset. Boats must be off the lake one half hour before sunset. Lake use fees are collected daily and may be deposited at the self serve box at the boat launch ramp and parking lot.

Location: Uvas Road, off Watsonville Rd, Morgan Hill California

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