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PHOTOS: Lake Elsinore's $8 Million La Laguna Resort Opens

Saturday saw the official grand opening of La Laguna Resort in Lake Elsinore.

City officials and other dignitaries were on hand Saturday for one of Lake Elsinore's most celebrated grand openings since The Diamond Stadium.

for more information about La Laguna Resort, which is now officially open for boaters, anglers and beachgoers.

Diana July 02, 2012 at 09:25 PM
Martha, Oh here we go, can we not discuss one thing on the Patch without you feeding us your negative insight and having to protect your precious Obama...really! Stick to your town Wildomar and stay out of Lake Elsinore please.
GoKings951 July 02, 2012 at 09:38 PM
i just bought my first home here in Lake Elsinore and really like the potential that it has. I've lived in Santa Ana, Los Angeles, Newark, NJ, so i i really don't think Elsinore is all that "ghetto", i've seen and lived in much worse. I felt bad on the grand opening of this launch. I went there around 2pm (i think the festivities started at 1pm) and there was literally like 20 people there. It looked as if they expected this big turn out and it was a complete dud. Although i don't think they marketed it all that well. I work in Temecula and whenever i talk about the lake down there they talk about how nasty it is...green water...dead fish...etc. I wish there was something they could do to make the water a tad more blue? Nonetheless, i'm trying to get a boat and make the best of it while living here.
Diana July 02, 2012 at 10:05 PM
Well you are so right comparing it to Santa Ana and Los Angeles I guess we would look like a resort town, have you ever driven through the area above Main St, or drove through the bird tract? You might experience a bit of them old feelings from places you have lived before, just sayin. As for the turn out for the launch, this is how we roll in LE pretty much everything that goes on here is a secret and you either find out about it after it's taken place or by word of mouth.
Dont Drink the Green Water July 02, 2012 at 10:38 PM
I was warned when I moved to Elsinore to stay away from any street named after birds or presidents, and they were 100% right. I have now moved on to safer and cleaner, but still have to deal with the dirty city governments. Some things you just cant get rid of.
KJ July 04, 2012 at 11:25 PM
I wish, Elizabeth! At first glance Mayor Tisdale does resemble President Obama. Little tidbit: did you know Lake Elsinore holds the honor of electing the first Black city mayor in all of California when Tom Yarborough was elected in 1966.

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