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Nice and quite! There wasn’t many people at this site. It was very relaxing. And the views are nice. Rangers were friendly as well!
Bathrooms were top notch clean!
Careful for poison ivy nearby.
Sweltering hot and the campsites are just too close together. Probably delightful in the fall or spring.
Small park with RV sites. Many with trees, some without and those get warm during summer months. Manager and park hosts are very friendly.
We were at Red Feather campground at the end of July. The campground itself was nice, quiet, clean. But the drive into the campground is nerve wracking. We are from northern california so we are usually fine but bumpy roads. But towing a trailer I was surprised to find the drive in was partially on…
The campground has several campsites for tents and trailers. Each time we stayed at this campground, I became more and more disappointed. The campground is much too close to Hwy 36. You can see the highway from most campsites, the creek runs close to the busy highway as well. There also seems to be…
If you're up for driving down a bumpy gravel road for 5-6 miles, this campground is a hidden gem within Lassen. Facilities are clean, sites are decent sized and there's a beautiful lake (Butte Lake) and a couple of great hikes that you can do directly out of the campground. We did the Cinder Cone…
Had a great time at this site! The individual sites are distanced enough so it still feels private, bathrooms and water was available. Hiked the pioneer trail and then went swimming in the lake nearby. Plenty to explore around here, ill definitely be coming back.
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This campground is just south of Lassen Volcanic National Park. It has two main sections, one for RVs and the other for tents. There are a small number of RV sites with full hookups and then a larger number of tent sites. The RV sites are fairly small, but felt separated enough to have some…
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Grew up camping here as a child and have so many great memories of Eagle Lake. Unfortunately things have changed quite a bit due to the shift in climate in the area. The water was very low and air a bit smoky upon arrival in early September. Sites are great, with lots of shelter the further inland…
Grew up camping here as a child and have so many great memories of Eagle Lake. Unfortunately things have changed quite a bit due to the shift in climate in the area. The water was very low and air a bit smoky upon arrival in mid September. Sites are great, with lots of shelter the further inland,…
Nice campsite with good space between sites. Bathrooms have no light or ventilation so they got hot. Lots of folks showed up after dark and were quiet and respectful.
Aside from the smoke and the heat these campsites are very spacious and wide open. Bear boxes are a must if you don’t want the big guys in your camp. We never had an issue but many other campers did. Lake level is definitely low but that was to be expected with the lack of rain this year.
Creek runs right by the campground. This campground is about 4 miles off highway 36. Horseshoe pits are right across from camp host. Was very quiet
This little campground is best gotten to by Highway 44. A fire went through here a year or so ago, so it’s slowly coming back. A lot of local teens use this as a party camping spot, so be prepared.
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We had a lovely night here at Jamison Creek Campground in Plumas-Eureka SP! We are from the Midwest & some local friends recommended this spot. Our site (36) was spacious, had great trees to sling up the hammock, and backed up to the creek which provided a lovely soundtrack. The moonlight that…