The Lakeport Theatre opened in 1949, and was designed by San Francisco theater architect Vincent G. Raney for owner Leo Reese, who had operated Lakeport’s Orpheum Theatre for twenty years.
Lakeport’s Carnegie Library Building, built in 1918, is surrounded by palm trees on the edge of California’s largest natural lake and is one of the Lake County’s most iconic landmarks.
Lakeport is full of historical buildings just waiting to be discovered. Follow the map below to find out more about our town!
Did you know that Lakeport has a Downtown Walking Path? This map is located in Library Park at the corner of 1st Street and Park Street. It includes ADA Compliance
The “Mural Trail”, with Lake County inspired murals (from themes on natural resources, culture, history etc.), include several within the City of Lakeport. The murals in Lakeport are a joint project
Rich in history dating back over a hundred years, the City of Lakeport lies on the shore of Clear Lake, one of the largest and oldest natural lakes in California