The night skies above Finnon Lake will reveal stars unseen in most parts of California. Enjoy searching for bull frogs, and watch the flock of Canadian Geese fly in right at sunset as the horizon blends into the watercolor sky. Our lovely lake offers serenity in a beautiful unique setting, nestled deep into the forest. Enjoy the scenic and exhilarating drive to our hidden g
The night skies above Finnon Lake will reveal stars unseen in most parts of California. Enjoy searching for bull frogs, and watch the flock of Canadian Geese fly in right at sunset as the horizon blends into the watercolor sky. Our lovely lake offers serenity in a beautiful unique setting, nestled deep into the forest. Enjoy the scenic and exhilarating drive to our hidden gem along the South Fork of the American River- this is all for you to discover.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Rock Creek Trails an OHV designated public space is near the campgrounds, otherwise use of OHV on the camp property is prohibited.
Natural features you'll find at Lakeside at Finnon Point - A1 in California.
The vibe at Lakeside at Finnon Point - A1
Places to see near Finnon Lake Recreation Area
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Great place for tent/small rv
First of all, the lake and campsites were nice and the facilities were clean. The camp hosts, when I called early Saturday morning was nice, but she had bad news: the site I had reserved, which the website says accommodates a 45’ motor home, would likely not accommodate my 32’ motor home. We made it work, but we were taking up some of our neighbor’s site and sticking out in the road just a bit.
Even if the site accommodated a 45’ motor home, neither of the two roads into the sit would accommodate a vehicle of that length! The camp host needs to be more clear in their directions that one route (the route GPS takes you on from almost any direction) will NOT accommodate vehicles longer than 25’, wider than 8’, or heavier than 5 tons. Also trailers on this road are prohibited for good reason!
The only other route in will accommodate a Class A motor home, but you’re going to spend 45 minutes or more on a 9-mile single-lane road with 2-way traffic and multiple tight and blind corners, in addition to the several miles on route 193 which has some tight corners and several miles of steep (11%) up and down grades.
I would LOVE to return to this site, but when I do, it’ll be in a tent instead of a motorhome!