Camping and RV Camping                        


Camping Reservation Information
 

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Summer Camps for Kids

Welcome to the Plumas County camping and RV camping page. Plumas County boasts hundreds of public campsites and privately owned RV campgrounds. Many of them in alpine lake and forested, streamside settings. There are Forest Service campgrounds, PG&E campgrounds, and California State Park campgrounds. The links below will take you directly to campground and RV park listings throughout Plumas County.

To locate a campground in the area of your interest, please click on the choices shown just below.  Link to Plumas County Map
 

 

RV trail campingGenerally, the U.S. Forest Service, Pacific Gas and Electric Co., and state and national parks are open from April to October, depending on weather. Those campgrounds at higher elevations usually open in mid-to-late May. 

Pets are allowed at all campgrounds.

The U.S. Forest Service campground fees run between $19-25 for a single family campsite. PG&E fees average $20-$25 for a family campsite. Lassen Volcanic National Park fees are $10 to $18. Plumas Eureka State Park campsites are $35 and $7 for extra cars. Senior and off-season discounts are available.

Reservations:

Most of the U.S. Forest Service and Lassen Volcanic National Park non-group campsites are on a first-come, first-served basis. However, reservations can be made (fee charged) at 877-444-6777 or online at the following campgrounds: Almanor, Hallsted, Spanish Creek, Red Feather, Running Deer, Horse Camp, Lakes Basin, Chilcoot and all campgrounds located in the Lake Davis, Frenchman Lake and Antelope Lake recreation areas. Concessionaires reserve roughly half the sites at these campgrounds, while the other half remain first-come, first-served. There is a six person limit per campsite and a $2 fee per pet per night is charged.

Plumas-Eureka State Park campsites may be reserved. Click here or call (800) 444-7275.

Some PG&E campsites may now be reserved, others are strictly first-come, first-served. Bucks Lake, Lake Almanor and Butt Lake now all have family campsites available for reservations. Links are provided for the campgrounds that accept reservations. Fees vary from $22 to $25 per night. Fee for pets is $2 per night per pet. There is a limit of 6 persons per campsite. Group camps must be reserved. Click on the link provided or call 916-386-5164 for more group camp information.