Amazing. Such magnificent views driving through the forest to get to Eagle Lake. We planned to stayed 3 days here as we camp in our RV trailer and part of the camp had full hook-ups. Upon arrival there was only one site left #24 which was considered full sun. (Minus trees) It was hot! Most sites had majestic trees and paved. The rest rooms well cleaned with soap. No towels just bring your own. Many campers had their kayak or fishing boats. We travel with electric bikes and dog carrier in tow. There is a total of 6 miles of paved bike path. We loved it! We rode to the other dry camp grounds all very big and spacious with the tall trees. Well whether you dry camp or partial hook-ups across from Merrill entrance is the RV dump station with full cleaning hoses at a reasonable price. We will be RV camping with reservations in the future as we selected some sites. It’s quite and peaceful unless you supply your own satellite, music, or videos. Highly recommended.
Lake cove is always a good choice. Clean bathrooms and laundry facility on site. There are tent sites, even sites with and without hookups, cabins, and a trailer to rent. They also have a volleyball court, horse shoes, and arcade available.
This campground is situated on the north shore of Lake Britton, CA. directly across the lake from the McArthur-Burney Falls campground. It offers 30 campsites, many with a view of the lake, and has coin-operated showers and vault toilets available in the campground. A camp supervisor/host is on site. All camp sites have fire rings and picnic tables but no food lockers. For boaters there is lake access and room for anchoring at the shore. The fishing here is a short walk to the shore and there is a small swimming area as well. There are no RV hookups present.
Nice little no fee campground run by the U.S. Forest Service. Sites are fairly well spread out so you are not on top of your neighbor. We stayed for 3 nights and the campground was never full and most people were just staying 1 night. All the sites are along the creek and deer came through our camp. The only draw back is the toilets are not well maintained, make sure you bring your own toilet paper.
This campground is super popular, so you will most likely need a reservation in advance. But it’s so worth it! The waterfalls are breathtaking, the lake is refreshing and the campground itself is relaxing and peaceful. The sites aren’t super cramped, there is a general store, clean facilities, and even cool cabins if that’s your thing. We’ve been in July and late fall and both times were spectacular.
Stayed here with out two dogs, they had a blast running around camp. In the middle of summer, there were only a handful of other campers here. Very quiet and peaceful. Gale the campground host is very kind. Bathrooms well stocked and cleanly. Highly recommend. Sites come with table and fire ring. No bear boxes but no bear problems.
This was a basic dry campground with nothing but clean vault toilets but we had a great time. The sites are pretty private and most overlook the creek. We were the only people on our loop. Our site had a trail down to the water for hiking and fishing. We listened to the sounds of the creek all night long. We would definitely return here!
This is a campground that is right on Lake Almanor. It's fun to be able to camp right next to the lake, the views are amazing! The staff is friendly and the campground is well taken care of.
1/4 mile walk to the actual campsite from the parking lot so you can’t car camp. Very secluded cause no one ever wants to haul all their camping stuff tent, clothes, stove, cooler, etc. on the narrow up and down path but if you can get past that it’s pretty sweet. The waters right there good for fishing. 2 vaulted toilets in the campsites 1 in the parking lot. All have fire pits and a picnic table. Would be nice if there were bear bins. One camping trip we had to go to town to replenish our food. The next trip we strapped the cooler closed and put it in the next campsite over under the picnic table lol it was fine though!
Bucks lake is our family’s favorite. Lake is big enough for boating and fishing and never seems to be overcrowded. This camp specifically can get busy and is a first come first serve basis so sometimes is tough to find spots. If you can get one right on the lake it’s awesome.
Site has access to a few hiking trails nearby.
Forest Service campground in Plumas NF I’ve stayed at several times when exploring the area. About 9 miles from Quincy and 2-3 off highway. Free. Fire rings (need annual campfire permit, free at park offices) and bear boxes. Outhouses. No water apart from lake (generally overgrown). Large clear sites with plenty of space between them. Forested area, dirt roads. Equestrian sites available.
We found this campground just about 20 miles outside of Susanville—-the road is winding, but paved all of the way. The campground is set in deep pines that reach the sky alongside a wide Eagle Lake. There was decent distance between campsites, and lots of fishermen and firefighters were using the campground. We had a full hookup site, even though we could have gone off the grid with our little solar panel. There was a nice biking/hiking trails long the south part of the lake, a it ran by a nearby well-outfitted store. The only reason this campground didn’t get 5 stars is that there are no local showers.
Love this place. All the sites are close to the lake. It can get crowded though.
Deer creek river is easily accessible from all the camp spots. Nice condition with fire pits and tables. No spots are directly on the river so theres no intrusion through other camp spots with people in them. Fills up fast on weekends. The pit toilets near the entrance is really low which is great for smaller children.
Crater lake campground, not to be mistaken by Crater lake NP, this campground has a a small amount of small spaces only available on a first come first serve basis. We had no knowledge that all the spaces would be on an incline or so teenie that one car would fit in the spot. We did find a spot way away from the lake that when I got out of the car was swarmed by pterodactyl mosquitos, I'm not talking 2 or 3 I'm talking a SWARM people, 30-50 blood suckers around us. That's when we decided this campground sucks. The lake is pretty but we've seen better. It's an 8 mile Forest service road that's well maintained so that was no issue but it's a long way out of the way to maybe get a spot that's semi flat that could fit a tent and a car… I didn't have enough time to take photos because I was busy fighting to keep my blood to myself… we visited in June and the temp was about 77 during the day and 42 at night. Perfect camping weather 😎
We spent a full week here and enjoyed it immensely. Our tent site was large and spacious and even when full, the campground was quiet and peaceful. The hosts were very attentive to the needs of everyone staying there. We had one night during which a nearby, private property had some dogs that barked all night. We reported this concern the next morning, after which the hosts contacted the neighboring individuals and the dogs were quite for the remainder of our stay. The bathrooms and showers were always clean and well maintained. We will definitely stay there again.
Found the camp and sites easily right off the highway across from the Subway Cave. Visited for the night with my oldest son’s Boy Scout troop, troop 16. Tent sites were flat and free of major debris and rocks. Fire ring was put to good use. The Camp Host, Gary was very friendly and introduced himself and offered to help in any way he could. We also enjoyed a very entertaining magic show by one of the camps frequent guest, Clancy. Flush toilets were clean and well stocked, minus hand soap or sanitizer. It was an easy walk from the site to the subway cave lava tube, which was the destination for the quick trip, is not to be missed. We neglected to bring fishing poles by observed many anglers returning with trout for their camp fires. Park Rangers we’re friendly and inviting.
Will return again!
A simple little spot. There are tables there and shady spots for the tents. It’s quiet and if it just rained there is the sound of waterfalls around there. If the spots are filled up, there is another flat area to camp without a table.
It had been over 20 years since the last time we camped here so I was pleased to see that updates had been made and the park is well maintained. Two loops: Rim Camp and Pioneer camp. Pioneer has over 20 cabins plus over 20 camping sites. We stayed in the Rim Camp; on a Monday the week before Memorial Day, we had our pick of sites as the park was nearly empty but the website warns that on weekends and during the summer, this park does fill up. No hookups so the $35 per night ($33 for seniors) price is a little pricey. Some sites have paved pads and some are dirt; since it rained hard as soon as we set up, we appreciated the pavement. Bathrooms have been updated since the last time we were here in the mid-1990s and they are individual rooms with toilet and sink and (powdered) soap but no trash receptacle. Didn’t check the condition of the showers. The two draws are Burney Falls and Lake Britton. We didn’t go to the lake because it was cold and rainy but there are boat and kayak rentals available, which we would take advantage of during nicer weather. Absolutely no cell service!
We absolutely Love this place!!!! Very family friendly and Gorgeous landscapes!!
To get to Black Rock Campground in Joshua Tree, you have to take a separate road into it from Yucca Valley. So if you are planning on spending a lot of time in the park and don't want to drive back and forth, this probably isn't a good choice for you. There's running water and flushing toilets in the bathroom. Views overlook the valley below, which is nice at night. Not a lot of shade. After all, this is a desert campground, with desert plants. Picnic tables and a fire pit. Flat places to lay a tent. Some trails go off from the campground. We chose to drive into the park. This was a good place to introduce my friend to his first camping experience. We ended up going into town (pretty close) for dinner. (Cheaters, I know!) The other plus about this campground is it's one of few that take reservations in Joshua Tree. So if you don't like knowing whether you have a site or not, you can be certain you'll have one when you arrive here if you make a reservation.