Last Updated: 9/30/21
Lake Spaulding's boat launch is closed for the remainder of the season as of 9/16/2021 due to low water level in the lake.
The USDA Forestry Order No.21-07 that closed campgrounds and day use areas expired on 9/15/2021 at 11:59pm.  PG&E has reopened campgrounds and day use areas that are usually still open at this time of the season.
The follow campgrounds are closed due to mandatory evacuations or conditions created by nearby fires for the remaining 2021 season:
* Upper and Lower Blue Lakes Campgrounds
* Middle Creek & Middle Creek Expansion Campgrounds
* Upper Blue Lake Dam Site & Dam Site    Expansion Campgrounds
* Haskins Valley Campground
* Cool Springs Campground
* Philbrook Campground
* Ponderosa Flat Campground
* Rocky Point Campground
* Last Chance Campground
Due to complications with staffing constraints caused by the recent Forest Service closure, and the continued high fire danger, we are forced to close the following campgrounds for the remainder of the 2021 season:
*Lily Pad Campground
*Trapper Springs Campground
*Marmot Rock Campground
*Coolidge Meadow Fishing Access
*Spillway Fishing Access
*Wishon Dam Fishing Access
*Short Hair Creek Fishing Access
*Upper Kings River Fishing Access
*Wishon Boat Launch
*Helms Picnic Area & Interpretive Site
*Courtright Boat Launch
*WeeMeeKute Fishing Access
*Courtright Geological Display
*LeConte Divide Scenic Overlook
* Lyons Reservoir DUA
Refunds will be automatically issued for all reservations that have to be canceled due to campground closures to the credit card that was used to book the reservation.  Refunds will be issued as quickly as possible and we will reach out by e-mail with updated confirmations.
Fire Evacuated first come first serve (FCFS) guests who want a refund for cash or check payments should send an email with their info on where they stayed, dates, and amount of refund requested to Claudia@americanll.com. For questions, please contact American Land and Leisure (AL&L) Headquarters at 801-226-3564 (Ext 0010) and ask for Kim.
Attention Campers: Due to unprecedented fire danger in California, numerous uncontrolled wildfires burning in the State, and for consistency with similar Public and Private fire restrictions and land closures, PG&E has implemented a seasonal campfire and charcoal fire restriction within its manned and unmanned recreation facilities still in operation as of 9/7/2021. This ban is effective immediately and will be in place for the reminder of the 2021 season. Use of liquified or compressed gas appliances with shut-off valves such as camp stoves, gas grills, and lanterns as allowed appropriate. Many of the national forests in California have also implemented addition restrictions.  Please check online if addition restrictions are in place.