Plumas-Eureka State Park
Luna F.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jun. 4, 2022

Beautiful and good amenities

We stayed in early June, which had perfect weather -- cool nights and warm days. Our campsite (52) was towards the back, so it felt like we had a good amount of privacy even though there were many other campers. We hiked up to Jamison Lake, which was a good 3 miles each way starting from the campground. There's a museum on site at the check-in area. At the campground, there are flushing toilets, water spigots, showers, and dumpsters. Beautiful site, strongly recommend visiting!

  • Stamp Mill Museum
  • View along the hike up to Jamison Lake
Site52
Month of VisitJuly