sorry, campground is currently closed due to Camp Fire damage. We will reopen as soon as repairs can be made. We are not sure of the time frame. Thank you to all visitors who love this place. Stay tuned for progress reports. We apolgize for not beibg able to host at this time. We hope to see you again real soon. Visit, fish, or camp in a rare jewel forest, hidden in theContinue reading...
sorry, campground is currently closed due to Camp Fire damage. We will reopen as soon as repairs can be made. We are not sure of the time frame. Thank you to all visitors who love this place. Stay tuned for progress reports. We apolgize for not beibg able to host at this time. We hope to see you again real soon. Visit, fish, or camp in a rare jewel forest, hidden in the Sierra/Cascade foothills, less than an hour's drive to Chico, Oroville, or Paradise. Tall, mature cedars, pines, oaks, and madrones provide shady camping, fishing along the lake shore, or picnicing along the banks of the creek that runs through a recreation Maidu-style Creekside Village. Stargaze or fly kites in our Great Meadow or admire copious wildflowers and other native plants on over 80 acres of wilderness. We provide a variety of wilderness areas near water faucets, pit toilets and an RV dump station. Our site features mature forests, grassy meadows, a year-round creek, and a fire recovery zone. The site also features lakefront shoreline access for bank fishing, a central fire pit, and a large two-sided stage. Fires are permitted in the central pit when weather allows. Stage use is by permission only. The Lake Concow/Konkow Campground is a wilderness sanctuary and houses many variety of rare and endangered plants, animals, and insects. Please be aware of and give respectful space to all of the residents of the park. The list of year round residents may include poison oak, thorny berry vines, mosquitoes, ticks, spiders, deer, eagles, osprey, owls, squirrels, skunks, foxes, bears, mountain lions, snakes, bats, and more. Please be responsible for personal camp supplies and trash. The Campground is a Pack In/Pack Out location and garbage cans are supplied near the office house near the entrance. Good hiking shoes, protective clothing, and hats are recommended. All Campground faucets supply delicious, potable water.
*The modern listings spell the name Concow, Ancestors spelled it Konkow. Both are correct, though may give different search results.
- Check in: After 10AM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
The campground hosts many different shore fishing locations along the lake edge, from tule and reed beds, to shallow sandy bott...Read more
The campground hosts 60 acres of wildlands, from open meadows, to tall open forests, to riparian areas along the creek, and als...Read more
The campground has 40 acres of accessable wildland areas for horseback riding, including mature pine and cedar forests, meadow ...Read more
Bring your binoculars and camersas to witness and document the wide variety of creatures large and small, who fly or crawl, amo...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Lake Concow Campground (CLOSED) in California.
The lake shore is a great beach to view the sunset or drop in a fishing line. Also, there are many sandy beaches along the cree...Read more
The campground features mature pine, cedar, and oak forest mixed with areas of willow, elder, manzanita, ceonothus, and flowers...Read more
Lake Concow is cold and fresh, calm and quiet, and waiting for you to enjoy its cool breezes and warm shores. Bring your picnic...Read more
Rare jewel redwoods may be found scattered throughout the campground property. You are in luck if you find one!
River, stream or creek
Clear Creek runs through the campground property, cutting out wading and swimming holes. We like to think of it as a small rive...Read more
The winter flows of Clear Creek suprise us every year with a new variety of wading and swimming holes along its course. Bring y...Read more
Places to see near Lake Concow Campground
The vibe at Lake Concow Campground (CLOSED)
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It`s a beautiful lake! The facilities are very dirty, I don't mind using a pit toilet but when everything around the toilet is covered in human feces, it becomes an issue. A general cleanup of the campsite is also necessary, theres a lot of garbage laying around!
Besides the above mentioned issues, it`s still a very beautiful and relaxing spot.
Lake Concow is nestled in the hills in Northern California. As soon as we arrived we enjoyed the lush green trees all over the property. The property is quite large and there are plenty of campsites.After you drive past the front house, through the gate there were some RV's parked nearby, keep going down the road and you'll find plenty of camp sites near the water. We found a spot right next to the reservoir which made for a nice scenic site. There were picnic tables, but we were not allowed to have fires at our campsite. Instead, there was a central fire pit in the middle of all campsites which could be great for large groups. The site had pit toilets, RV dump stations, water fill stations, and everything you could need for a great night. Lake Oroville is not too far away, so you could camp here and drive out to spend time at the lake. We had our bikes and rode them around the property checking out all of the wildlife. Its a nice serene place to stay.
Our stay at Concow was a brief one night stay. Overall, the lake was quite and peaceful. When initially booking the amenities were the major advantage, but showers and restrooms were poorly maintained. Please advise with camphost to get full description on amenities.
Beautiful campground perfect for large group camping. I would definitely camp here again. As a matter of fact I’m making my reservation for next year now. Thank you Andy for being a pleasant host.
15 bucks a day if you don't book online and just book at the gate. Pretty lake, no swimming or boating. Somewhat primative campsites (But with picnic tables at potable water), but that's what camping is supposed to be. No internet or cell phone access! Quiet mid=week, can get crowded when they have festivals out there.
The property was very beautiful and peaceful. We picked a spot closer to the lake to pitch our tent and enjoyed the wonderful chorus of birds, bugs and frogs throughout our stay.
There was plenty of space, even with many other parties camping on the property. Having a water spigot near the campsites made life easy. There is a geodesic dome market / gas station about 10 minutes from camp if you need to restock on any provisions.
We would come back to this campsite again.
It was a really nice place to stay at.. the weather was nice.. we walked around the campsite and the Native Village was pretty cool.. only this is you can't swim in the lake.
We enjoyed the campgrounds a lot. It was actually one of the most relaxed and chill areas i've ever been in. The camping area we stayed in was massive. Wayyy better than some of the other places i've stayed where you feel like you're on top of people. Perfect for group camping. The area near the water mid day is gorgeous and provided a nice place to sit down and relax until sundown where we went to the campfire area. We all liked the idea of a central community campfire which makes it easier to meet other people on the grounds. All in all, we would definitely return.