2020 SEASON NOTICES
In compliance with Covid-19 opening governance, PG&E is opening campgrounds on a first-come, first-served basis. With Covid-19 cases again on the rise PG&E has made the decision to not be accepting or taking reservations in 2020. For the most current information regarding campground openings, click the Opening & Closing Dates link at the top of this page.
All group facilities will remain closed for the 2020 season.
Trout Creek Campground is open (as of July 24, 2020).
NOTICE: It is essential that appropriate measures be taken to best protect the health and welfare of our guests and staff, this includes closing the showers at Northshore Campground for the 2020 recreation season due to Coronavirus (COVID-19).
- BLUE LAKES CAMPING in ALPINE COUNTY
Lower Blue Lake Campground is open to first come, first served camping.
The following campgrounds will be CLOSED FOR THE 2020 SEASON: Upper Blue Lake, Upper Blue Dam Site, Upper Blue Dam Site Expansion and Middle Creek Campgrounds.
- LAKE SPAULDING AND BOAT LAUNCH CLOSED FOR THE 2020 SEASON
Lake Spaulding Campground and Boat Launch will be closed through the 2020 recreation season due to a maintenance project at the dam. Normal camping schedule is expected to resume in 2021.
Lodgepole Campground will be closed for the entire 2020 season in support of a dam repair project.  Normal camping schedule is expected to resume in 2021.
- GRACE LAKE and NORA LAKE
in eastern Shasta County are closed to the public through Sept. 2020, while Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) repairs and improves the reservoirs' dams protecting against muskrat burrowing.  The parking lots and picnic areas at Grace and Nora lakes will not be accessible at this time to ensure public safety during construction activity.
- GRIZZLY FOREBAY RECREATION AREA
(parking lot and car-top launch) will be closed through most of the 2020 recreation season due to a maintenance project at the dam through November 2020. Public vehicles will not be allowed down Grizzly Forebay Road (road closure). Visitors may still reach (walk-in only access) the reservoir from Grizzly Powerhouse Access Road (east end of reservoir). Visitors should use caution and obey any Plumas National Forest Closure Notices.
- HIGHWAY 70 CLOSURE
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 through approximately December 31, 2020 due to a highway project by Caltrans that proposes to reconstruct the Hwy 70 bridge over Yellow Creek. For highway project information please contact the Caltrans Public Information Officer at D2PIO@dot.ca.gov