Established Camping

Rocky Point West


Bureau of Land Management

Rocky Point West is located at Eagle Lake outside of Susanville, Ca. This is a small undeveloped campground on the west 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 East Campground Eagle Lake 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

Suggest an Edit

The Dyrt Alerts

Get reservations at sold-out campgrounds.

Learn More


Have you camped here? Help us improve this campground page.

Add Access Type

Stay Connected

  • WiFi
  • Verizon
  • AT&T
  • T-Mobile

Site Types

  • Tent Sites


Have you camped here? Help us improve this campground page.

Add a Feature

Rent an RV near Susanville, California

Find RVs Nearby


Add Review

There are no reviews of Rocky Point West

The Dyrt Explorer Badge

Earn an Explorer Badge!

Be the first person to review this campground!


Rocky Point West is located in California

Detail location of campground


Take highway 139 to A1 to access Rocky Point West. From Susanville travel north on Highway 139 for 30 miles. Turn west (left) on County Road A-1 and travel about 10 miles. Turn south (left) at the bottom of a mile long downgrade. The town of Spalding should be visible across the bay as you come down the grade. As you leave the highway the pavement ends. A kiosk should be visible when the dirt road begins.


40.68842076 N
120.7604004 W

Open in Google Maps