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Lassen National Forest

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Lassen National Forest, California

Lassen National Forest is considered the Crossroads of California, where the different environments of the mountains, volcanoes, and desert cross in one massive forest. Here, you can explore the 1.2 Read more...
Lassen National Forest is considered the Crossroads of California, where the different environments of the mountains, volcanoes, and desert cross in one massive forest. Here, you can explore the 1.2 million acres by swimming in huge lakes, looking over panoramic mountain views, and skiing under snowy pines. You can sleep under the twinkling stars in the dozens of campsites dispersed throughout the area, or head out into the backcountry of the three wilderness forests: Ishi, Caribou and Thousand Lakes all offer crazy adventures, native culture, and history. Adventure awaits no matter where you end up in Lassen!
Hat Creek Campground
Melissa
Melissa: We camped at a group site a couple of summers ago. Quiet area, clean toilets, clean drinking water. Th...
Merrill Campground
Family fun? Flush toilets? Firewood for sale? Enough with the F’s, this campground deserves an A+!...
Almanor Campground
This campground is welcoming to tenters and RVers alike. The campground is split into Almanor North...
Eagle Campground
Eagle Campground is by the Eagle Lake Marina, where you can rent boats, take hot showers, buy snacks...
Potato Patch Campground
Karolis
Karolis: Great campsite along the windy mountain road and right by the creek. Camped here on a motorcycle trip...
Rocky Campground
Rocky Campground is shaded by pines and sits along Hat Creek. There is great fishing here, and the...
Cave Campground
Cave Campground sits on the shady banks of Hat Creek, famous for its trophy-sized wild trout. If you...
Big Pine Campground
Before hastily trekking out to explore the dense expanse of trees known as the Lassen National Forest,...
Honn Campground
Honn Creek sits on the banks of Honn Creek just a few miles from the Thousand Lakes Wilderness. There...
Bogard Campground
Get ready to camp out close to the geologic wonder of Lassen National Park at Bogard Campground. These...
Dusty Campground
Dusty Campground sits on the banks of beautiful Lake Britton, near the Pit River. Campsites are shaded...
Battle Creek Campground
True to it's name, Battle Creek Campground is nestled beside Battle Creek close to Lassen National...
Christie Campground
Eagle Lake has flush toilets and electricity for all your grooming needs, making Christie Campground a...
Aspen Grove Campground
This tent campground is primarily first-come first-served: campsites #1-10 are walk-up. This shady and...
Goumaz Campground
James
James: Good boondock site. Right next to Susan River. I was there in mid-May, lotsa mosquitos until things co...
Roxie Peconom Campground
Roxie Peconom Campground is one of the lesser-known sites in Lassen National Forest and is surrounded...
Cherry Hill Campground
Before hastily trekking out to explore the dense expanse of trees known as the Lassen National Forest,...
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Forest Camping
Nic
Nic: Wow! I can't say enough about Maple Creek Ranch. The property itself is a nearly 500 acre, working t...
Manzanita Lake Group Campground
Jerry
Jerry: There is an entry fee to get into the park if you don't have an annual pass. Camping is about $24 a...
Juniper Lake Campground
Victoria
Victoria: FYI-- that picture is from Juniper Campground on Mt Diablo, which is nowhere near Juniper Lake. I...
Summit Lake South Campground
Mailisha
Mailisha: $20 per night; pit toilets; potable water avail (in summer only) We ended up finding a spot in Loop E...
Yuba River Cabins
Kelly
Kelly: We would HIGHLY recommend. It's an easy drive from SF and minutes away from Nevada City. There is no...
Manzanita Lake Campground
Kristina
Kristina: Not sure why, but the Manzanita Lake Group Campground comes up as the first search result....
Cohasset Cabin
Jay
Jay: The cabin was a such lovely place to stay. The location was perfect. If you're looking for privacy and...
Upper Falls
Ben
Ben: The road is long and windy, and just when you feel like you're getting lost, you arrive at the most...
Lost Creek Group Campground
Take advantage of the picnic tables, fire grates and nearby parking for a group getaway at Lost Creek!...
Creekside Cabin
Jay
Jay: I had a great stay in Yael's cabin! It's beautifully decorated and makes an excellent cozy getaway....
Earth Castle Retreat
Jay
Jay: I had an awesome stay at ECR! The host, Anna Thea, was incredibly kind and welcoming. I had a great...
Rim Camp
Angela
Angela: Expensive camping but very handy for short trips. Nice trails surround the area.
Lakeshore East Campground
For camping that isn’t really camping, check out the yurts at Lakeshore East Campground. You’ll be...
Roadrunner Farm
Sara
Sara: Roadrunner Farm is the perfect stop over on the way to where ever you are headed. It is located about...
Cottonwood Creek-Old Oak Grove
Andrew
Andrew: This was a great place to pull of for a night near Redding. I was greeted by the host and his puppy...
Butte Lake Campground
Paulina
Paulina: Quiet campground on the other side of Lassen Volcanic National Park, far removed from the main section...
Mt Shasta Rock Painting Campout
Emily
Emily: Camping in Franklin's backyard was a perfect, easy pit stop on our way from SF to Oregon for the total...
Camp Dev ilstirrup cabin unit
Kasim
Kasim: Cabin for $20/day. No maximum nights. No bathroom. Year round creek and pond water. Electricity by...
Camp Dev ilstirrup Tent 1 unit
Keda
Keda: Got stuck on the undeveloped road to get there and even got a flat on the road.. We were unable to sta...