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46 Reviews of 26 Stones Landing, California Campgrounds

t
Reviewed Aug. 8, 2021

Out of the way and peaceful

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…

Month of VisitAugust
A
Reviewed Jul. 9, 2021

Meh

Large concrete lot. Shade hard to come by. Has cell service, WiFi (slow), nice showers, bathrooms and laundry. Best for very large rigs with limited options

Month of VisitAugust
Brandon B.
Reviewed Jul. 7, 2021

Magical Spot

Stayed over 4th of July weekend for a visit to Lassen and it was a stunningly gorgeous campground.

We checked out the Warner Creek campground first before coming here and it was an easy decision to choose Domingo.

There were multiple spots open even on the holiday weekend and by Monday we were…

  • the spring-fed marsh that splits the campground at dusk with the foot bridge
  • picturesque Domingo Spring
  • view from the footbridge
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Month of VisitAugust
Susan R.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jun. 29, 2021

Hidden Gem

This campground is a hidden gem on Butt Lake. There are first come first serve sites and also sites to be reserved. It has a few walk in sites and mostly drive in.

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Month of VisitJuly
Susan R.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jun. 28, 2021

Free Camping, no privacy

This campground is wide open with no defined spots, just tables and fire rings spread out. There is one site with privacy, past the dance ring and over a foot bridge. The water is NOT drinkable at all.

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Month of VisitJuly
JThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jun. 9, 2021

Beautiful Spot

My wife and I stayed here before moving on to Lassen Volcanic NP. We stayed here on a Monday night (it was our honeymoon) so we were the only ones here. There was a really cool, fast flowing creek running through the campsite. Just a gorgeous spot in the forest with toilets if you need them.

  • First time flying the drone
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Month of VisitJune
Alison The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jun. 7, 2021

Close to the Highway

Of all the campgrounds at Eagle Lake this is the least appealing. It sits quite far from the lake on a dry, dusty hill. There is one pit toilet bathroom and there is less shade with less trees. It does have the advantage of being very close to highway 139 and would be a good spot to stop for the…

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Month of VisitJuly
k
Reviewed Jun. 1, 2021

By a creek :)

I’ve been here a handful of times, This is a former Boy Scout campground. No toilet. There’s a creek where the road first meets the campground. Potable water IMO but go ahead and boil it. Fire restrictions based on regional signage. I’ve had campfires fires here no problem. Existing fire rings.…

Month of VisitJune
P
Reviewed May. 20, 2021

Great for passing through

Stopped here on our way to and from Oregon. Easy pull through sites, full hookups. Friendly staff and they make it easy if you come late and leave early as we did.

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Month of VisitJune
Chelsea D.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 13, 2021

Bring a spare tire & call ahead of time!

This is by far one of my favorites, as long as you can hang with the long rocky, bumpy dirt road to get there. Be sure to bring a spare tire & call ahead of time to make sure it's open.

It's a beautiful, quite, well kept secret that if you don't mind adventure & can be a very smart camper…

Siteone near the bathrooms
Month of VisitJune
Chelsea D.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 13, 2021

Bring a spare tire & call ahead of time!

This is by far one of my favorites, as long as you can hang with the long rocky, bumpy dirt road to get there. Be sure to bring a spare tire & call ahead of time to make sure it's open.

It's a beautiful, quite, well kept secret that if you don't mind adventure & can be a very smart camper…

Siteone near the bathrooms
Month of VisitJune
Laura M.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Apr. 17, 2021

Kind of bleak

Just outside of Milford, CA in Plumas National Forest is this tiny campground right off of the Milford Grade. There are about 6 sites but some were so overgrown that they would not be pleasant to stay at. 

There is a vault bathroom but no water or trash. 

During the season is runs…

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Month of VisitMay
T
Reviewed Apr. 1, 2021

No!?

I went because the one review looked great but after hours of driving the destination led me no where. Had to go down the street and pay.

Dee S.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Feb. 18, 2021

Nice Campground Across the Hwy 395 from Honey Lake near Milford CA

I stopped here in late April 2020 heading back north from AZ. It was 113 degrees when I left AZ and I was so happy that my first night at this park with cooler breezes my trailer finally cooled down inside to under 80 degrees.  I planned to stay just overnight but I liked the park so much I stayed…

  • My campsite
  • Looking across Hwy 395 to Honey Lake
  • Deer near the Office. They had a small store inside too.
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Month of VisitMay
Kate A.
Reviewed Feb. 13, 2021

Mosquito Mahem in Summer

There’s a beautiful view here, and a lot of peace and solitude- as long as you’re willing to share the space with mosquitos! The water is shallow and warm, so not great for fishing in the late summer. Lots of algae, so swimming can be eh, too. Paddle board paradise, though.

  • Lots of Lilly pads, not sure about the bass situation here. Might bring a pooper next time through.

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