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By Deb Flomberg
Need a quick getaway? Want to get out of the city, away from the busy world of traffic, work, responsibilities and bills? Everyone needs a little break every now and then, and nothing could be more relaxing and more rejuvenating than reconnecting with nature, getting back to basics and enjoying the picturesque scenery of the beautiful state of California. Hesperia Lake Park is the perfect spot for all of it–beautiful views, quiet surroundings, a calm lake, and some good old fashioned fishing.
Bring a tent, some sleeping bags and a small stove and enjoy camping under the stars. Sit around the fire telling scary stories and making s’mores. Some sites even have water and electricity to make “roughing it” not so rough. The next day, head out on the lake and see how many fish you can catch. It is a pay-to-fish, well-stocked lake with a five fish limit for adults, so you should have no trouble reeling in your dinner and enjoying the freshest seafood imaginable.
Or just go and enjoy the lake, have a picnic and enjoy the day with your friends or family. There really is no wrong way to enjoy a quiet getaway like Hesperia Lake Park. There is even a full store on premises with all the bait, tackle, camping supplies, food and drinks you could possibly need for your little vacation.
Of course a trip like this needs a car with plenty of room for all your gear. Try the E350 Luxury Wagon from Mercedes-Benz of Encino. If the purpose of a quiet getaway is to relax, then why not start that relaxation the moment you buckle your seatbelt. The luxury of Mercedes-Benz will help you start your vacation right away, allowing you to relax and enjoy the drive to Hesperia Lake Park.
Deb Flomberg grew up in the mountains, developed a love for the beach and has found happiness on the open road. She is now a freelance writer, theater professional and travel enthusiast happy to be writing about the things she loves most.
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