Lake Gregory is an artificial lake in the San Bernardino National Forest of the San Bernardino Mountains in San Bernardino County, California. The lake and the surrounding area make up the Lake Gregory Regional Park adjacent to Crestline, California.  Park amenities include a swimming area with grills, picnic tables, picnic shelters, sand volleyball courts, water slides at the west end of the lake and a scenic walking trail encircling the entire lake with state-of-the-art fitness stations along the path. The south shore of the lake is a popular fishing destination; the regional park is the site of Crestline's Independence Day celebration.

The southeast shore is the site of the private beach and Tyrolean-styled clubhouse of the San Moritz Lodge, once known as Club San Moritz. The original club was built in the Valley of the Moon in 1926 along the shore of now-drained Moon Lake, today the site of the Arrowhead Community Church. A fire of suspicious origin destroyed the building in 1950 and the lake was drained in the early 1960s over increasing problems with mosquitoes. The new club, built along Lake Gregory in 1950, was intended to be a members-only resort and club for property owners in the area. Today, the only buildings which remain are the restaurant building used as the site of special events such as weddings and a bathhouse now used as a senior center.

Private vessels and power boats are not allowed on Lake Gregory, although rowboats, paddle boards, pedal-powered "water trikes" and pedalos are available for rental. The rowboats may be affixed with the renter's own electric trolling motor.

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