Camping Plumas National Forest

Plumas NF opens more campgrounds June 26 – Gold Lake / Hallsted / Grizzly Creek / Golden Trout Crossing

Written by sierrarecmagazine

Quincy, Calif. ā€“ Additional developed recreation sites in the Lakes Basin Recreation Area are now

open including Gold, Goose, and Haven Lake Campgrounds, Gold Lake Car Top Boat Launch &
Picnic Site and Grassy Lake Trailhead. Other Plumas National Forest campgrounds recently opened
include Hallsted (Feather River Canyon), Grizzly Creek (Bucks Lake area) and Golden Trout
Crossing (south Fork of the Feather River).
Reservation options for these campgrounds may be found at https://www.recreation.gov . See
www.outdoorsinplumas.com for other information including fees and site amenities for many of the
facilities.
Campfires are allowed at open Forest Service developed campgrounds but are not allowed outside
developed sites (some exceptions apply). Portable propane campfire pits with shutoff valves are a handy substitute, with a valid CA campfire permit (http://www.preventwildfireca.org/Campfire-
Permit/).

Forest visitors are asked to follow Center for Disease Control and Plumas County guidelines for
recreating safely.
For a more complete list of fire restrictions and other forest recreation information, please visit
https://www.fs.usda.gov/plumas . Check out Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/usfsplumas .

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