There is also a north campground called northshore on Lake Britton. This is a review of the very small but great Dusty Campground. on the south eastern side of the lake. I am a tent camper so reviewed from that perspective. Not sure trailers could get down there.
It is very small - less than 10 sites, but each is right on the lake. Lake Britton is great - seldom crowded during the week. You can fish, boat, kayak etc. But be aware that for "swimming" late in the summer and early fall it "mucks" up with algae so is really not for swimming then.
These sites are on the lake under oaks and pines. The campground is run by PG & E. The water comes from their Pit River complex and is regulated. There is a large dam at one end of the lake.
There are vault toilets. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring. There is no water.
You are real close to McArther Burney Falls State Park.
If you are into fall colors this is the place.
Be aware - no rservations - first come first served.
I love the Dusty Campground which has sites on lake Britton. Super clean lake! GREAT FISHING! Unfortunately only 9 campsites available at Dusty so its very hard to get one. Go midweek and pack your fishing gear.