Water shortages are affecting recreational facilities in the Plumas National Forest Feather River Ranger District. Limited water is available at Little Grass Valley Reservoir campgrounds, including Little Beaver, Running Deer, and Red Feather. While camping at these locations you are asked to... Read More.
Lassen Volcanic National Park announces the opening of the Juniper Lake Campground. The area located in the Eastern part of the park was devastated by the Dixie fire along with destroying 7 of the 8 heritage cabins in the area.
The Lassen National Forest has opened the much anticipated Christie Campgrounds at Eagle Lake. The campground remained closed as the recreational area opened for the summer season due to a lack of staffing. The Forest Service following the shakeup of the facilities operations took... Read More.
You can now reserve Butte lake campgrounds. The Lassen National forest has opened the sites following hazardous tree clean-up. Yet when making a reservation the forest service has issued notice that the sites do not have drinking water and the boat ramp is temporarily... Read More.
Lost Creek campgrounds and Volcano Adventure Park of the Lassen National Forest are in desperate need of a water improvement project. The sites experience periodic flushes of volcanic ash debris near the spring-fed origin of Lost Creek which prevents it from being used for... Read More.
Christie campgrounds close at Eagle lake. The forest service announced the closure in response to the change in operations as the Lassen College Foundation has handed over the special use permit to operate the recreational sites. A meeting with the forest service and camp... Read More.
Plumas National Forest sees a few recreation sites open for the summer season while some get delayed. By the month’s end sites at Wyandotte Campground at the Little Grass Valley Recreation Area, and sites in Sly Creek and Strawberry Campgrounds in the Sly Creek... Read More.
Health and Safety Closure of Campgrounds at Antelope Lake QUINCY, Calif. – August 5, 2021 – Campgrounds at Antelope Lake have temporarily closed this week due to health and safety concerns. There has been limited access to Antelope Lake from Quincy for the last several weeks caused by... Read More.