PG&E Watershed Lands
Spanning 22 counties and totaling nearly 1,000 parcels, these 140,000 acres of watershed lands provide numerous public benefits: clean water, fish and wildlife habitat, scenic open space, and opportunities for fishing, hunting, boating, hiking, and other recreation.
Examples of well-known areas in the watershed lands include:
- The outstanding fishing on beautiful Hat Creek in the Pit River watershed
- The lakes in the scenic Grouse Lakes area of the Yuba River watershed, Tahoe National Forest
- forest, wetland, and meadows in the Middle Fork Stanislaus River canyon above Lyons Reservoir.
Protected from development, and with their public values safeguarded, the watershed lands will be a valuable legacy for future generations.
For information on the location and breadth of the watershed lands, download the Watershed Lands maps.
For descriptions of land units and photos, click on the locations below:
- Cow-Battle Creek
- Feather River/Butte Creek
- Potter Valley
- Upper Mokelumne
- Willow Creek/Kings River