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Lake Woollomes is located 25 miles north of Bakersfield and 6 miles northwest of Delano at an elevation of 321 feet.
This small 300-acre lake is owned by the Bureau of Reclamation and operated under a lease by the County of Kern.
The primary purpose of Woollomes is that of an equalizing reservoir for irrigation purposes.
Woollomes is open year round from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Boating is permitted; however no motor, gas, or electric are allowed. Rowboats are available for rental as well as sailboats, canoes, kayaks, and paddle boats.
There are 9 acres of grassed picnic areas with BBQ grills, playground equipment, and swimming, no camping available. Concessions are available from March to November with food, drinks, supplies, and bait available.
Despite the size of the lake the some very large fish are consistently caught with catfish and bass in the teens not unusual.
For more information contact the Kern County Parks Department at (661) 868-7000. Permit Office (661) 725-9220. Concession Office (661) 725-1004. Fishing Information (661) 833-8657.
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