Description

Solar powered campers, harken here! This little campground is a prime place to face your panels to the south and soak in the sun’s energy. With little vegetation in a wide open area, Boyington Mill Campground will keep you powered up for as long as you stay. But hey, if you don’t care about solar then how about a nice tan? And you can practically step right outside your trailer Continue reading...
Solar powered campers, harken here! This little campground is a prime place to face your panels to the south and soak in the sun’s energy. With little vegetation in a wide open area, Boyington Mill Campground will keep you powered up for as long as you stay. But hey, if you don’t care about solar then how about a nice tan? And you can practically step right outside your trailer or tent and cast a line into the Little Truckee River. This is livin’ off the land at its finest.
Campsite area
Bring your own tents, vans, trailers, rv & moto...
No. of sites
11
RV details
Not specified
RV hookups
None
Access
Park at listing
Group sizes
Up to 6 people per site
Fires allowed
Toilet available
Pets allowed
Picnic table available

Activities

Offered near the campground.

Biking

Bikers will find tahoe to be a mountain biking paradise, with rough roads and unforgettable views. the downieville ranger distr...Read more

Boating

There are hundreds of lakes and many reservoirs within this forest, making motorized and non-motorized boating a go-to acti...Read more

Fishing

There are huge reservoirs, alpine lakes, rushing rivers, small pools, and everything in between, making this an excellent place...Read more

Hiking

Hikers searching for incredible views won’t leave disappointed: there are over 500 miles of trails, including the pct. you can ...Read more

Horseback riding

If you have a horse, bring that fella over to these trails , and if you don’t, there are many local outfitters who can set you...Read more

Paddling

Kayakers and canoers have plenty of opportunities to row their little boats in the lakes, reservoirs, and streams of this nat...Read more

Wind sports

Nothing beats that fresh mountain air blowing through your hair! boca reservoir, jackson meadow reservoir, stampede reservoir, ...Read more

OHV

Looking to take a spin in your off highway vehicle? the little truckee summit trail has gentle slopes and prosser hill is an ea...Read more

Climbing

There isn’t much information about climbing, but donner summer has traditional and sport climbing areas to challenge all skill ...Read more

Snow sports

What better way to enjoy the wintertime than to go to tahoe? tahoe national forest offers backcountry wilderness for you to exp...Read more

Swimming

There’s no shortage of swimming here: you’re welcome to splash in lakes, reservoirs, streams, rivers, and swimming holes under ...Read more

Whitewater paddling

If motor boats aren’t your thing, step up your game with a whitewater trip. the yuba river and the american river offer amazing...Read more

Wildlife watching

Wildlife watchers won’t be disappointed with tahoe national forest. the wetland areas are great places for birding, especially ...Read more

Terrain

Natural features you'll find at Boyington Mill Campground.

Beach
Forest
Lake
Redwoods
River, stream or ...
Swimming hole
Waterfall
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August 14th, 2016

Nothing wrong with this campground...certainly beats paying summer rates at Tahoe hotels. It's about 30 minutes to Kings Beach!

The campsite is sandwiched between the road and the river, neither of which are too loud. Fellow campers were respectful of one-another, despite very few distinctions between sites. Flat tentsites, but most people had RVs. Accessible by any car (our MINI did fine).

This is definitely a site geared more towards RVs and people wanting to explore the nearby OHV trails on 4wheelers and dirtbikes. I'm sure it could get rowdy, but our time there was pleasant.

Suggestion: If you drive up the road 1/2 mile and park at the trailhead, you can get a nice spot along the river all to yourself after a 5 minute hike.

Pardon the mess. Site 9 had a decent tent site.Nice little spot up the road half a mile, worth checking out for seclusion.
Park
Tahoe National Forest
State
California
Phone Number
(530) 994-3401
Directions
View on Google Maps
Official Website
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Coordinates
39.438° N, 120.091° W
Unknown price
Tent / RV / Trailer: 11 Sites
(Up to 6 people per site)