Lori T.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Apr. 6, 2021

Five stars for Springtime Visit!

Hardly anyone here at the moment. We pulled in on Easter Sunday to a near empty campground. The campground is quiet and the scenery is amazing this time of year. There are easily accessible hiking trails that were a great help in wearing out the pups. We loved site 106 in the Big Oak campground, but found others that were even better view wise. 116 and 117 had great views of a larger part of the lake. Water level is down considerably. $22 per night plus online reservation fee. Our total for 2 nights was $52. No hookups.

Update: We liked this campground enough to come back a second time in two weeks. The campground was a little busier than last visit, but surprisingly empty during the week. The mosquitoes have definitely increased! Site #142 has great afternoon shade, a nice view, and is very level. It’s also a handicapped accessible site so I’m not sure what availability will be like in busier months. Took the pups for a walk on the Carson Creek Trail. It’s listed as a ‘moderate’ trail as is the Gold Rush Trail. Don’t be dissuaded by that. Both trails are really easy and offer great views.

  • #106
  • #106
  • view from #106
  • Gold Rush Trail
  • Gold Rush Trail
  • Carson Creek Trail
Site#106 and #142

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