Stone Lake (California)

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Stone Lake State Park
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Location Sacramento County, California, United States
Coordinates 38°20′44″N121°29′54″W / 38.34556°N 121.49833°W / 38.34556; -121.49833 Coordinates: 38°20′44″N121°29′54″W / 38.34556°N 121.49833°W / 38.34556; -121.49833
Governing body California Department of Parks and Recreation

Stone Lake is in Stone Lake State Park, a California State Park, located in Sacramento County, California. The open space property protects two rare natural Central Valley lakes and their surrounding riparian habitat and grassland areas.

The County of Sacramento operates Stone Lake.

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