Frank G. Bonelli Regional Park
speedboat on the lake
sunset through trees

Frank G. Bonelli Regional Park

120 Via Verde Park Road
San Dimas, CA  91773
(909) 599-8411

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Parks Hours:

March to September: Sunrise to 9:00 p.m. 

October to March:     Sunrise to 7:00 p.m. 

* All Lake Swim Beaches will continue to be closed on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays throughout the year.

Daily Entrance Fees:

Vehicle Entrance Permit 
   Summer Season - March 1 to October 31st (Every Day)
   Winter Season  -  November 1st to February 28th (Weekends & Holidays Only) 

$ 10.00

Daily Motorized Boat Permit (Everyday)


Daily Non-Motorized Boat Permit (Everyday)

 $  7.00

Senior Citizen (65 & over) or Disabled (w/Handicap Placard) Weekdays ONLY, Excludes Holidays

 $  5.00

Limousine Entrance Fee (No Disabled/Senior Citizen Discount)  $16.00
R.V.'s / Trailers (No Disabled/Senior Citizen Discount)


Bus (No Disabled/Senior Citizen Discount)  $30.00


Annual Permits (Only Valid for 1 vehicle/vessel)

Vehicle Annual  $125.00
Sr. Citizen/Disabled Annual (Valid Daily, Excluding Holidays)  $  65.00
Motorized Boat Annual  $135.00
Senior Motorized Boat Annual (Valid Daily, Excluding Holidays)  $  65.00
Non-motorized Boat Annual  $105.00
Senior Non-motorized Boat Annual
(Valid Daily, Excluding Holidays)
 $  50.00



Camping Fees


For camping, please call 909-599-8355

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Frank G. Bonelli Regional Park is a beautiful 1,800 acre facility featuring a 250 acre lake with 14 miles of multi-use trails.  Bonelli Park offers a wide variety of recreational activities, including boating, jet skiing, fishing, swimming, family and group picnicking, nature walks, hiking, jogging, and biking. There are also concessionaires offering RV Camping, Hot Tubs, Wedding Facilities, and Horse Back Riding.  Throughout the year, annual special events are conducted including 
fishing tournaments, concerts, triathlons, water sports and cultural events. You may contact the park office for a calendar of events.

Bonelli Park Junior Lifeguard Program:

The Bonelli Park Junior Lifeguard Program offers a wide-range of activities for children ages 9 to 17 years old.   These activities include swimming, kayaking, and training in lifeguard skills (CPR and first aid).  There are also competitive events and field trips.  Please call the park office for more information.

Volunteer Opportunities:

Be a part of the Bonelli Park Support Foundation or the Bonelli Park Mounted Assistance Unit.   For more information on becoming a volunteer, please contact Park Superintendent Dave Campbell at (909) 599-8411.



Raging Waters (909) 802-2200

East Shore RV Park (909) 599-8355

Puddingstone Hot Tubs (909) 592-2222

Bonelli Equestrian Center Information (909) 599-8411


ALL California Department of Fish & Game laws are strictly enforced.  A valid California Fishing License is required for every person 16 years of age and older.  Fishing is allowed around the lake except off of the sand beaches, boat docks and within 100 feet of any launch ramp.  Catch Limits - Trout: 5 / Catfish: 10 /  / Bass: 5 - must be 12” or longer to keep



The lake is open from sunrise to one half hour before sunset every day. All vessels must be quagga/safety inspected and issued a launch permit prior to launching.  Boats must be a minimum of 8 feet and no longer than 26 feet in length.  The ODD-EVEN SYSTEM splits the use of the speed zone on the lake between power boats (water skiing), and Personal Water Crafts (P.W.C.’s / jet skiing).  P.W.C.’s are allowed the use of the speed zone on ODD calendar days, 
and power boats on EVEN calendar days.  Fishing from a boat is allowed any day.  The ODD -EVEN SYSTEM is in effect from April 1st through September 30th.  Fast boating begins at 10:00 a.m. daily.  It is the boater’s responsibility to obtain a Boating Rules & Regulations flyer at the boat inspection station or park headquarters prior to launching a boat.



All animals must be kept on a leash no longer than six feet in length.  Animals are not allowed in the water and/or on the sand beaches.



The wilderness trails are open to mountain bikers, hikers and horseback riders.  All users must YIELD in the following order:  Biker → Hiker → Rider.  No motorized vehicles are allowed on the trails.




***Fees are subject to change***