Although attempts to use the creek and its watershed as a municipal water source date to the early 20th century, the water it provided was of poor quality and erratic occurrence.
As a result, the creek became neglected throughout the late part of the century, eventually becoming little more than an open wastewater drain.
It has 2 bedrooms (1 queen & 2 twins), 1 bath, a fully appointed kitchen, and a screened porch. It has kitchenette facilities and shares the fireplace wall with Cabin #8. Read More This cabin has 3 bedrooms (2 queens & 2 twins), 2 baths and is in a wooded area downstream from the Lodge.
The living room, featuring a beautiful floor-to-ceiling fireplace, is open to a spacious fully-appointed kitchen, including a dishwasher.
For decades families and friends have come to Lake Creek Lodge to relax, reconnect, and escape.
Each of our cabins are unique, and feature a mix of authentic antiques and new furnishings, mixing modern amenities with the look of yesteryear for a perfect blend of comfort and ambiance. One of the original cabins from the 1920’s, this cabin is situated on the south side of the Main Lodge with a spacious grassy area bordering Lake Creek. Read More This large cabin is original to the 1920’s.
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Join Online Booty Call today by creating a free profile and start finding what you really want.Historically, the creek served as the boundary between the Juaneño (Acjachemem) and Gabrieleño (Tongva) Indians.The creek's watershed then became a major portion of the 1842 Rancho Niguel Mexican Land Grant to Juan Avila, later purchased by two American ranchers.The creek is mostly channelized, and as of 2004, the 30.4-square-mile (78.7 km The creek flows generally south-southwest through a narrow coastal watershed at the southern extreme end of the arid Los Angeles Basin in a fairly straight course.Owing to the submersion of Southern California in the Pacific Ocean as recently as 10 million years ago, the creek flows over marine sedimentary rock that dates from the late Eocene to the Pliocene.The present-day form of the watershed, with its broad sediment-filled valleys and deeply eroded side canyons, was shaped by a climate change during the previous Ice Age that produced Aliso Canyon, the creek's final gorge.