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Delayed Openings

Haskins – Opening to first come first serve on 5/25, reserved sites will open June 8th

Rocky Point – opening with partial loops on May 23rd

Ponderosa – opening May 23rd (reservations prior to 5/23 will be accommodated)

Marmot Rock – open for first come/first serve 6/1, open for reservations 6/14

Trapper Springs - open for first come/first serve 6/8, open for reservations 6/22




Expect construction work on Highway 89 at Canyon Dam.  Check the Caltrans website http://www.dot.ca.gov/d2/projects/lake-almanor-spillway/ for the latest road conditions near Lake Almanor.


 PG&E's Belden Day Use Area in the Feather River Canyon along Hwy 70 will be closed to public access beginning March 15, 2018 to approximately October 2019 due to a highway project by Caltrans that proposes to reconstruct the Hwy 70 bridge over Yellow Creek.  The PG&E day use facility will be used as a construction staging area by Caltrans for this project and will be closed to public use during the term of the project.  Caltrans will provide alternate recreation parking and portable toilets during the project at a site across the Belden Bridge in Belden.  This temporary day use parking site will be located on PG&E property along Howells Rd and is intended to allow for continued public use of area trails and stream/river reaches during the project.  Caltrans will provide signage in the area directing users to the alternate recreation parking site as well as how to access area trails around the construction closure. For highway project information please contact the Caltrans Public Information Officer at D2PIO@dot.ca.gov.


 Most of our campgrounds are at higher elevations and therefore are not open year-round. Typically, they open in the spring soon after snow melt and they generally close in the fall when temperatures drop and camper use decreases. The actual opening and closing dates for each campground is dependent on the elevation and weather so our estimated dates are subject to change.


 Some of our campgrounds offer reservations in addition to first come first serve camping.  At these campgrounds, since weather and snow melt are so unpredictable, our reservation season is shorter than our camping season.

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