Clear Lake in California is home to largemouth bass and a variety of birds and land animals.
Clear Lake was inhabited by Native Americans for thousands of years, but European settlers later exploited and enslaved them.
Clear Lake is the oldest lake in the United States, around 480,000 years old, with a large surface area and varying water temperatures.
Clear Lake experiences extreme temperature fluctuations, ranging from freezing winters to hot summers, with occasional thunderstorms and rainfall.
American Discovery Trail: Hiking, biking, horseback riding. Notable records include longest continuous hike, equestrian journey on horseback.
Clear Lake is home to a diverse range of wildlife, including birds, reptiles, and endangered species.