Attractions, Statistics and Facts about Lake County
There are many attractions and points of interest such as Clearlake, Mendocino National Forest, Lakeport, Robert Louis Stevenson State Park, Boggs Mountain Demonstration State Park, Mount Saint Helena, Mount Konocti, Black Chasm Cavern, Indian Grinding Rock State Historic Park, and Anderson Marsh State Historic Park. Lake County has major events including the Independence Day Festivities, the Lake County Wine Adventure, the Kelseyville County Wine Adventure and the Holiday Parades and Festivals. Major Industries in Lake County are agriculture, tourism, and the Geothermal Power Industry.
Lake County is in the Northern Central Valley of California and has a population of 64,632. There are 32,488 male residents living in Lake County and 32,144 female residents. The total number of households is 28,161 with 2.26 people per household on average. Total household expenditures in Lake County are below the national average.
The median age of the current population is 44.24 with 21,563 people being married and 24,618 being single.
The employment numbers show that there are 65% white collar employees and 35% blue collar employees in Lake County.
Crime rate in Lake County is below the national average. The most frequent crime is Burglary Risk while the least frequent is Robbery Risk.
Lake County weather recorded temperatures between a high point in July of 91.60° F and a low point of 31.80° F in January. The air pollution index is of 83.00. The county seat of Lake County is Lakeport.