Laguna Niguel Lake, formerly known as Sulphur Creek Reservoir, is an artificial fishing and recreational lake in Laguna Niguel, California. It is created by the Sulphur Creek Dam, which was completed in 1966. It is located at and is above sea level. It is fed from two sources, one of which is Sulphur Creek itself and the other, a storm drain. It is accessed from La Paz Road, which runs along its east shore. Surrounding the reservoir is the Laguna Niguel Regional Park. In addition, within the lake on the large island is a protected bird sanctuary. There is a fee to access the park and lake which costs $3 on weekdays, $5 on weekends, and $7 on holidays.
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Laguna Niguel Lake
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