Rocky Point Campground is located on the north shore of Eagle Lake outside of Susanville, CA. This is a small undeveloped campground on the east shore of Rocky Point. The site is best suited for self-contained camping. There is no potable water or trash removal available but a vault toilet is provided. There is no fee for the use of the campground but a donation is requested to assist with the routine maintenance costs. The surface in the campground is packed earth, gravel or sand. It is possible to launch small boats along the shoreline in the campground area.
.Click the links below for more information on the BLM and Forest Service Eagle Lake and nearby campgrounds at Eagle Lake.
North Eagle Lake Campground
Rocky Point West Campground
The Lassen National Forest, Eagle Lake Ranger District manages southwestern end of the lake which includes the Christi, Merrill, Aspen and Eagle campgrounds located off of Eagle Lake County Road. The Eagle Lake Marina includes a small store, restrooms, showers, and fish cleaning station. Gallatin Beach is a popular place to swim by the shore. Visitors can contact the Eagle Lake Ranger District Monday-Friday at 530-257-4188. For information visit:
Lassen National Forest Campgrounds
Eagle Lake Campgrounds & Marina
This place was amazing! There were so many spots to select from. Stayed 4 nights and only saw 4 other campers. The vault toilet I was near was by far the cleanest vault toilet I’ve ever used. It was checked at least once in the 4 days I was there. The spot is free but has a donation box at entrance. Saw several people have small boats to fish on the lake. Had 3 bars of 4G service so enough to work remotely but it was an struggle. No water or trash services so please pack out. No fires at this time either. Stargazing here is to die for!!
We liked how secluded it was and even had a very nice and clean vault toilet near the camp sites. Great spot to kayak or enjoy camping by water. Also there is a legit donation box but you can camp for free.